MLB 2K8 for 360 is amazing. Jay Bruce and Drew Stubbs are in it as well. They don't have the correct names, but they aren't hard to fine if you use the Top 100 prospects. Jay is #3 and is "John Bale" and Stubbs is in the top and I don't remember what his name is.
I wish I could bring myself to pay for a 360 or a ps3. Too much money for only enjoying console sports games
Ok. I have had the game for a couple of days and have concentrated mostly on RTTS. You don't get as many points for training as you did before, but it costs less points to train. There was a glitch in the previous version where you could exit out without saving, and you would be at the point where you last saved. That glitch is now gone, and it seems it auto-saves after the game.
Road To The Show is really getting me angry. I do fine with the goals at first then halfway through the season I don't do so hot so I have to sit the bench and it's even harder to finish the goals then.
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With the new Gran Turismo and GTA coming out, the PS3 has some really great games coming out. But neither of these games are out yet, and I'm having trouble justifying dropping four hundred buck on a game console that has only one game I want to play right now.
Is The Show so good that I need to run out and buy a PS3 sooner than later? Honest opinions requested.
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So far on 2k8 I've managed to find Bruce, Stubbs, Cueto, Yanish, and Gutierrez. There are probably a few more but I only looked briefly. Basically guys are in the correct position and with the correct height/weight, they just have different names with the same initials....i.e. Jay Bruce is John Bales. So just go through the roster and look at guys positions and initials and compare them to whats in the Reds minor league system.
What are Bruce's ratings?
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I don't know. I'm not sure if I could go back to playing video games that aren't in HD.You can just as easily play it on the PS2 for a lot less money. MLB: The Show is the best baseball game out there, and you need to buy it in some form. The PS3 version has better graphics and some improved features, but I expect there is no real hurry to buy the PS 3 version. I have played both the PS2 and PS3 versions, so I expect I can speak with some knowledge on this subject.