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One of Konami's longest running sports franchises makes its U.S. debut in MLB Power Pros. Adopting the same "super-deformed" look that endears the series to Japanese audiences, the American version of Power Pros features MLB licensing for authentic players, teams, and stadiums. The game is otherwise an arcade-style take on the sport, with simplified controls and whimsical animations, from climbing catches and dramatic dives to funny facial expressions. The 162-game season is one of 12 different game types, with "Success Mode" being the most distinctive. Success Mode injects role-playing elements into America's pastime, as players guide a college athlete in his attempt to reach "the bigs." In addition to competing on the field, players must address such real-world issues as earning money, maintaining good grades, and dealing with social pressures.
MLB Power Pros (Nintendo Wii, 2007)
pros: Great Gameplay, great use of the Wii's innovative features
cons: Life mode can become a bit lackluster, no way to update rosters or edit players
Great Game for the Wii, Must have for any baseball fan
When not playing baseball or working in the office, I enjoy video games. The Nintendo Wii has... See Full Review
pros: deep gameplay mechanics, great stat tracking, fantastic and logical options
cons: lack of logical features, bad play by play, no online mode
MLB Power Pros: A new standard in sports videogames has been set!
MLB Power Pros is not a new baseball series. It has thrived for many years in Japan under the Pro Ya... See Full Review
|Game Special Features||<li>Features 12 different play modes<br/><br/><li>General Manager functions include making trades, purchasing new equipment, training players, and more<br/><br/><li>Guide a college athlete on the field and off in the Success Mode<br/><br/>|
|Number of Players||1-2|
|Game Series||MLB Power Pros Series|
|Rating||E - Everyone|
|Game||MLB Power Pros|