Every week we get hundreds of cheat submissions from our readers to add to CheatPlanet. Only a few of these actually survive the brutal, razor-sharp scrutiny and testing we put them through, and emerge as the fine cheat flavored paste that we put onto CheatPlanet. Most of the leftovers we just throw away, flush them down the internet tube never to be seen again. However, there are a few exceptionally stinky cheats that we feel
It takes a lot of guts to open up the engine of a game that's likely no one's top priority, fix its biggest issues, and ensure that everything works great from top to bottom. Yet that's exactly what the fellas at 2K Sports did with MLB 2K8 on the PS2. Considering where it was last season, it's a significant improvement in most ways - except graphically, where it still lags behind The Show and remains firmly stuck in 2003. Even so, it's a solid
While The Bigs and Power Pros have done their part to cure the baseball jones of Wii owners, until now 2K Sports' acclaimed sim franchise had been MIA from Nintendo's powerhouse console. To be frank, we were more than a little concerned with what awaited us in MLB 2K8. However, despite some rough edges, the result is a surprisingly enjoyable trip to the ballpark. MLB 2K8 had us wondering for months - will we be hurling pitches and swinging for
We may be mixing our sports metaphors, but there’s no doubt that 2K Sports has launched a full-court press on MLB-licensed games the last couple of years. Between the The Bigs, Power Pros, and its 2K(insert number here) sim, they’ve taken their third-party exclusive-license ball and run with it. With so many games and platforms, there are bound to be winners and losers across the spectrum. Unfortunately for PSP owners, MLB 2K8 is
It takes a lot of guts to open up the engine of a great annual sports game, rebuild its core mechanics, and toss a pile of new features on top of it all. It takes even more cojones to do so when you’re the only game in town on the Xbox 360.
It takes a lot of guts to open up the engine of a great annual sports game, rebuild its core mechanics, and toss a pile of new features on top of it all. Yet that’s exactly what the fellas at 2K Sports did with MLB 2K8. The result has all the makings of a classic baseball champion - but unfortunately makes a key error that has us all scratching our heads. This spring, it’s a case of one step forward, two steps back. On the
Now that football season has ended, it’s about damn time America’s got it’s priorities straight and focused on hot dogs, apple pies and shagging foul balls. 2K Sports hasn’t forgotten what the ol’ red, white and blue is about and has worked tirelessly on adjusting the finer points of new baseball sim, Major League Baseball 2K8 (aka MLB 2K8). Set for release on March 4 - just in time for spring training - 2K has