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MLB 2K10
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EAN 0710425347412
REGISTERED: 09/02/18
UPDATED: 10/22/18
MLB 2K10
MLB 2K10


Specifications
  • MLB 2K10 available on November 05 2014 from Amazon for 16.50
  • UPC bar code 710425347412 ξ1 registered September 22 2014
  • UPC bar code 710425347412 ξ2 registered November 05 2014
  • Product category is Software Game
  • Manufacturered by 2K Games
  • 34741

  • Product weight is 0.23 lbs.
  • Fight for bragging rights in Tournament Mode where you and your friends can stage your own tournament to settle who is the best. * Total Control Hitting uses the Wii Remote to let you control your swings to hit for power, make contact or swing defensively. * Total Control Pitching uses both the Wii Remote and Nunchuk to let you feel every pitch and put the ball exactly where you want it. * Franchise mode lets you play multiple seasons as your favorite team and try to turn them into a dynasty. * Outslug baseball?s most feared power hitters in Home Run Derby. 2K Sports' Major League Baseball 2K10 brings baseball's most exciting match-up to life: Pitchers vs. Hitters. Get ready to battle. Work the count, Total Control Hitting uses the Wii Remote to let you control your swings to hit for power, make contact or swing defensively. Work the corners, Total Control Pitching uses both the Wii Remote and Nunchuk to let you feel every pitch and put the ball exactly where you want it. Win over and over and over again, Franchise mode lets you play multiple seasons as your favorite team and try to turn them into a dynasty. Home Run Derby, outslug baseball's most feared power hitters. Fight for bragging rights, Tournament mode lets you and your friends stage your own tournament to settle who is the best.
    The eighth game in the MLB 2K series, MLB 2K10 celebrates the immortal battle on the baseball diamond between pitcher and batter. Featuring a combination of offensive and defensive options with its Total Control Hitting and Pitching functionality, and a dugout full of classic game modes, MLB 2K10 is a baseball gaming experience not to be missed by Wii players. Game modes include: Franchise mode, Home Run Derby and Tournament mode.
    MLB 2K10 game logo
    Classic Modes for Classic Play Celebrating the milestone 10th anniversary of 2K Sports Major League Baseball, this 2K10 edition of the game features Evan Longoria of the Tampa Bay Rays, a 2009 American League Gold Glove and Silver Slugger Award recipient, as the cover athlete. Players can work the count and the corners with Total Control Hitting and Total Control Pitching designed to make use of the Wii controller. In addition, Franchise mode lets you play multiple seasons as your favorite team and challenges you to turn them into a dynasty, Home Run Derby challenges you to outslug baseball’s most feared power hitters and Tournament mode lets you stage the ultimate tournament with a friend. Key Game Features Work the Count - Total Control Hitting uses the Wii Remote to let you control your swings to hit for power, make contact or swing defensively. Work the Corners - Total Control Pitching uses both the Wii Remote and Nunchuk to let you feel every pitch and put the ball exactly where you want it. Win Over and Over and Over Again - Franchise mode lets you play multiple seasons as your favorite team and try to turn them into a dynasty. Home Run Derby - Outslug baseball’s most feared power hitters. Fight for Bragging Rights - Tournament mode lets you and your friends stage your own tournament to settle who is the best.
    Screenshots:
    Total Control Pitching in MLB 2K10 Work the corners. View larger.
    Total Control Hitting MLB 2K10 As well as the count. View larger.
    Tournament Mode in MLB 2K10 Play the ultimate tournament. View larger.
    Home Run Derby in MLB 2K10 Swing for the fences. View larger.

References
    ^ Major League Baseball 2K10 (Nintendo Wii, 2010) (revised May 2018)
    ^ (2010). MLB 2K10, 2k Games. Amazon. (revised Nov 2014)

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