Summary: I ordered this game for my son's 8th birthday! He loves it!!! It is easy enough for him to play and yet gives him enough of a challege that it doesn't seem like what he would call a "baby game.
Katherine Clinton "Clarinetist/BM Boston Cons..., Amazon
18 December 2010
Summary: My 13 year old son enjoys this game, however not as much as the "war-type" games. I'm sure that athletes appreciate this much more than non-athletes. Quality of product is good and delivery time was prompt.
Summary: While no where near as insane as MLB Slugfest, this game still adds that extra flavor that makes this more fun to play. This game, while it does have a little realism, like player names and statistics, has a very exaggerated outlook on baseball. Two serperate bars a the top of the screen are the most important part of the game. The higher these bars, the more your ability to make outragous defensive plays and make every hit into a double or triple.
Summary: My son and I have had fun playing this game against each other but this game stinks for real time play. This game is very cartoonish and if you are looking for real baseball play, stay away from this one. If you are looking for over dramatic hitting, fielding and running, this one is for you. I personally prefer the old MVP baseball games and I would rather play "The Show" instead. These game have more real play action without the cartoon theatrics.
Summary: This game is really fun and challenging at the same time..I enjoy most baseball games and this one is at the top of my list because it is very entertaining and u wont be very bored playing it because its always something for you to do..
Summary: Before buying this game, I saw other people had called it an arcade game. I was hesitant, but it's a baseball game, what could it really mean that would tarnish my gaming experience? Now that I've had it for a couple of weeks and played it quite a bit, arcade has come to mean for me that: 1. The game is less realistic than usual. (E.G. points you earn for throwing strikes, taking balls, getting hits or making diving catches). 2.
Summary: The BIGS for Xbox 360 is a very fun, well-put-together game from 2K Sports. It's fast, arcadey, and slightly silly. It's very enjoyable, but has a few flaws- it has only a few modes, the AI is either too forgiving or too ridiculously good, and the concepts get old, as have the rosters in the 18 months since release. It's available for <20 bucks now, so it's worth picking up.