Super Mega Baseball 2: Ultimate Edition
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Developer: Metalhead Software Inc.
Content Rating: Everyone
Accessible mechanics. Deep skill curve. Visceral pacing. Light-hearted vibe. Serious simulation. The Ultimate Edition on the Nintendo Switch™ includes the complete set of Super Mega Baseball 2 content, fully featured online play, and runs at 60 fps in both docked and handheld modes. Rookie or baseball purist, SMB2 packs a mode for everyone. Compete in ranked matchmaking (1v1), dominate friends in arranged matches (1v1, 2v1, 2v2), take on the AI (solo, local co-op, online co-op), and make it your own with deep team and league customization - all kept fair by Ego, the genre's most flexible difficulty system.
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Overall, Super Mega Baseball 2 is a great package–there is a ton of depth, plenty of customization options for players, teams, and leagues, and online multiplayer. If you can get around the art-style, the poor soundtrack and umpire sound effects, the game is really a ton of fun. If you’re a baseball fan, it’s definitely worth checking out and being able to play on-the-go makes this the definitive version of the game.
What's lost in MLB licensing is recovered tenfold in deep customization across the board, intuitive play on the field that rewards a high baseball IQ, and a lighthearted aesthetic which belies the game's as-serious-as-you-want-it design. Admitting it's an overused cliche, it also feels unavoidable; Super Mega Baseball 2 is a grand slam.
Super Mega Baseball 2 is a masterpiece. I’ve been playing baseball games since I was a kid and I’ve never fallen as hard for one as I have with this game. The gameplay is nuanced and engrossing for the hardcore baseball game players, while still remaining approachable for newcomers or casual players. The only knock I can dream up is that it doesn’t have the MLB license, which I don’t even really think is that big of an issue because of the bizarrely endearing and large cast as well as the immense customization options.