First try at this from renting to playing-dissatisfied completely-game is outdated playerwise and too time consuming to set-up as a rental. Is GameFly-more keyed to a higher performing system. Any suggestions welcome! I have a Wii system-how do I utilize via lap top PC
posted by kingsboro2008 (STOCKBRIDGE, MI) Dec 28, 2011
Member since Dec 2011
This being my first Wii baseball game outside of Wii Sports I thought the game was great. I loved the pitching, with the ability to judge your pitches and dance around the strike zone. I liked the hitting, even though I really sucked but it was as true to form as a video game could be. I also enjoyed being able to choose some really old stadiums to play in off the bat.
The one thing I did not like was the lack of the ability to save a game. I am a late 30-year old father of four. Its takes some luck for me to get to sit and play a game. I would of loved to play some and come back to finish the game. Overall good game
posted by trex6504 (HAZLE TOWNSHIP, PA) Dec 8, 2011
Member since Jan 2011
I had recently played this game and was disappointed by the controls for this game. I dont like that you need to use the WII remote and nunchuk for the pitching. The nunchuk just gets in the way and serves no other purpose other then selecting a pitch. The hitting works well with the b button and the swinging of the wii remote. The graphics on this game are not great but they are not bad. The stadiums look like there real life counterparts but the players have very little animation which makes them look a little blocky. I also dont like the fact that you have to play nine innings instead of being able to select three to six inninings. The pitchers wear down very quickly if you continue to throw fastballs. I would recommend this game as rental for baseball fans and sports gaming fans alike. 2K Sports needs to add more features to next years game as well as make the players look more life like.