gamers (64%) found this review helpful
It almost goes without saying, but the differences between MLB 2k6 and MLB 2k7 are night and day. The only thing they share is the MLB 2k name and the company that made them. Ok, some things are the same, such as the A's alternate uniform (Im an A's fan) being a little off (no white stripes and a green helmet with a gold logo on the real jersey, stripes and the black helmet on the game) However the main difference is u can actually get through a game, that's right NO FREEZING!!! And the game is very well made. I admit I have only played 2 games, but they were tough, even on pro. Check this game out if u are skeptical, and I wouldn't blame u after last year, but this is the REAL DEAL!!!
posted by idman1981 (ESSEX JUNCTION, VT) Jun 8, 2007
Member since Jan 2007
gamers (67%) found this review helpful
This is by far the best Baseball game I have ever played with stunning visuals, great gameplay, and just fun! Messing with the sliders helps to get it to a level of play that is right for you, and once you got those settings.. simply amazing... this is nothing like 2k's last attempt... which we all know sucked... bad! HIghly recommend!
Xbox 360 VS. PS3... OK... the graphics are great, the game play is good.. and 360 its alot better than PS3's version... hands down... u can see that from the fuzzy graphics on ps3 to more smoother grapics on 360. the players are skinny on ps3 where they are full and very detailed on 360.... game play is same for both, but a few better options on 360 to play from... batting it a lil hard, got to play with it to learn it... but stadium and over all grapics are the same, but 360 is a lil more clear and crisp.... I pick the Xbox 360 over PS3 for my purchase choice... rent before u buy... both systems if u can.... you will see the big difference...