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Major League Baseball 2K7 - PlayStation 3

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PlayStation 3
 Everyone

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  • Platform:   PlayStation 3
  • ESRB Rating: Everyone Everyone
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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PlayStation 3 ~ Major League Baseball 2k7

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Amazon.com: 3.6 out of 5 stars  23 reviews
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Game March 2 2007
By Rainman208 - Published on Amazon.com
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
I've only had my PS3 for about a month now so I'm still amazed every time I turn the thing on. I still remember my Atari 2600. That said MLB 2K6 was my favorite on the PS2 so I had to give 2K7 a shot. I'm very impressed with what I see so far. The graphics are amazing, game play is solid, and the announcers are great.

I'm an old school gamer so I don't care much for franchise modes and managing what flavor sodas the concession stands will serve. I just want to pick a team and play ball. This game is great for that, not too simple and not too complicated.

Once you get used to the controls you'll have a lot of fun. I was half way through my first game before I realized it was set to sixaxis instead of classic batting. Once I got through feeling stupid the game was really fun. I will be spending a lot of time on this game. Unless you're a complete game snob who's impossible to please I don't see any reason why you wouldn't like this game. Individual batting stances, trips around the mound, game highlights, (most) faces look more like the real players, this game is very impressive. My only gripe is the multiple batting camera angles are gone, other than that so far so good.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars VERY RENTABL.E April 5 2007
By Eric C. Munch - Published on Amazon.com
Fun: 3.0 out of 5 stars   
First off, I am a huge fan of baseball games. I was one of those people who's heart was broken when the mvp series was discontinued so then the decision had to be made...2k series or the Show. After last year there was no question that the show was better. I recently picked up a PS3 and since the Show is not out yet for it, I decided that I would RENT MLB 2k7. Bottom line is that the graphics are brilliant. But that goes the same way for every game that has been released for PS3 at this point. These graphics, however, are ruined by gameplay that was unchanged from last year on the PS2 which was the biggest reason why i went with the Show. For example if you have anyone at the plate that has any power at all...you will have an 85% chance of hitting a home run if you make contact and are pressing up. (Chipper Jones hit 4 home runs the first game I played). The computer will rob an average of 1-2 homeruns per game as well.

A projection that I have for the Show for PS3 is this. If it looks anywhere near as good as 2k7 and plays like the Show plays, then It will be the best baseball game ever made. Keep your money in your wallet until the Show comes out April 31.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Liked it at first, but getting sick of same old stuff May 16 2007
By Amazon Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Fun: 3.0 out of 5 stars   
I love baseball games, so when I saw that the Show wasn't going to be released until May, I figured I would just get MLB 2k7 instead since it was already out. Initially I really liked this game, until I started a season and played about 20 games. The graphics are great but, this game is so phoney as far as stats go. I have played 28 games and Alfonso Soriano has 27 home runs. I have the batter power turned almost down to zero and my guys are still hitting everything out. If you play in a stadium where the fences are short enough to climb, you will be robbed of homeruns at least 1-2 times a game. It is a rarity to score a run without hitting a home run. During a season teams get hot when they go on a winning streak. You might as well skip these games because it is impossible to win them. Cincinatti hit 12 home runs in one game against me and won 2 games 16-5 and 18-2. Everything was going out of the park. I thought I was buying a realistic baseball game not some pumped up steroid fantasy where Ozzie Smith could make a run at Hank Aarons record.
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Probably gonna be better than The Show this year.. Feb. 28 2007
By Brian Adelstein - Published on Amazon.com
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
Word is one of the lead designers of MLB 06 the Show jumped ship to the 2K team. Another issue- the Show was pushed back to April. Makes you wonder whats going on over at SCEA. Maybe they got a hold of 2K7 and freaked because they realized their game looked lastgen. NBA 07 Stunk for the PS3 and they probably dont want to repeat that fate, especially with the acclaim the PS2 versions have gotten in past years.

As for MLB2K7, the graphics are amazing- especially the windups by the pitcher. Some have complained of "slowdown" but I havent noticed that- I think the stadium "shakes" a bit on occasion with multiple players on base, but thats more realistic of the atmosphere and how the pitcher would feel anyway.

It may take you a bit of time to get a hang of the controls, but when you do, I dare say you'll be in love. The fielding in particular takes a bit of time to getting used to.

In any event, I believe its better to get the PS3 version and really "swing" with your sixaxis than the old school way of doing things on the XBOX360 (although I am told the graphics may be a *tad* more polished on the XBOX version, despite the fact the console has less power).
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Good game, worth it over a Mid May release date of The Show March 26 2007
By DD - Published on Amazon.com
Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
First, IGNORE all reviews that bash this game, they either haven't played it or want a game that you can dominate the first time you play it. The game takes a little time to get used to, but once you do it is great. The first two times I played I sucked, I was bad at fielding and could not hit anything. But I got used to the fielding and usually go error-free now. Batting with the motion sensor actually is a little fun when you get used to it (do a few homerun durby's to get the hang of it, like 20 of them). Pitching is the best I have ever seen in a game, graphics are great, I have seen no frame problems. Stealing is way too hard, not a simple tell the runner to go, you have to do it yourself. Baserunning takes a while to get used to. Computer makes too many great plays, like 6 a game instead of 1 or 2. Options are great, although I don't see the difference between GM mode and Franchise mode. Can customize anything you want and I mean anything, down to if the player wears 1 or 2 earrings. I played NBA 2K7 and NBA 07 the show and NBA 2K7 was a lot better, so I am thinking the same with their baseball games, plus with MLB the show not coming out until mid May now, BUY MLB 2K7. Still need create a team in baseball games and improved in basketball, nothing beats creating a team with your own logos like Madden for the PC (even though they won't put next gen. graphics in that version).

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