There are plenty of baseball games online, but only a few allow players to play a full 3 or nine-innings tournament game. Others test your batting or pitching skills. Here are some of the top games that allow players to test their batting skills or play against the computer in a tournament mode.
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Because of the Wii’s unique controls and the console’s special ability to put players into the game, especially with sports game, MLB 2K10 on this platform had somewhat high expectations. The controls still have potential but otherwise this is an underwhelming baseball experience to say the least.
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If baseball’s your game, MLB Dugout Heroes might be calling your names from the stands. This free to play game lets you play a season against other players online, and even do a single player pennant race.
There have been several PS2 Baseball Games titles, but few have touched realism. MLB 2009: The Show is one such game that has bought real baseball elements to life. With its unparalleled gameplay and attention to detail, MLB: The Show is THE most realistic baseball game ever to grace the PS2 console
The Bigs 2 makes a very successful second appearance on the Wii. The controls are smooth, gameplay is well-polished an there are a great deal of modes and mini games - including the pinball mode which was absent from the original. This game is a must for casual and hardcore baseball fans alike.
The Bigs 2 by 2KSports for the PS3 takes a traditional baseball simulator and turns it on its head with the addition of arcade action that turns the action surreal. The combination of the arcade with the traditional sets it apart from more staid competitors and provides a game worth trying out.
Little League World Series Baseball 2009 improves the series from last year with a few additions that add to the entertainment, without detracting from the experience you remember. The controls have been improved, the graphics are still bright and crisp, and they have added nice visible effects.