Whether you want to play single games against friends, compete in online leagues, or sit back and binge a season by yourself offline, Super Mega Baseball 2 delivers in spades. This is a Triple Crown-winning batter, a multiple Cy Young-winning pitcher, and a first-ballot Hall of Famer all wrapped into one. This is the greatest baseball game I have ever played.
It has what is needed from a baseball video game. It does not try to be hyperrealistic, mechanics are pretty smooth and the learning curve is pretty good. Also, with higher difficulty ego levels, it turns vert challenging.
Edit team and edit players could be improved, imitating what was previously done on Baseball Stars.
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.
Swinging for the fences, Super Mega Baseball 2 captures the fun of America’s pastime. Those looking for a highly customisable baseball experience will find plenty to sate their creativity. While Super Mega Baseball 2 isn’t as deep as MLB The Show, does it really matter when you can drop players like a sack of spuds with a beanball?
If you’re a Nintendo Switch owner and a baseball devotee then the deep mechanical options and customisation levels of Super Mega Baseball 2: Ultimate Edition mean that it's the ideal tonic to ward off the lack of MLB The Show on the platform and the perpetual disappointment that is RBI Baseball series. With support for all manner of local and online setups for co-op and competitive multiplayer – and lots of extra DLC content bundled in – this is a rewarding yet potentially intimidating simulator that’s only really diminished by a lack of official licensing and a proper training mode.
Super Mega Baseball 2 is a title that will delight fans of this sport on Nintendo Switch. It is a perfect arcade game for baseball fans, with a good amount of modes and options that greatly extend its content.
This is the best option for a baseball game on the Nintendo Switch. It’s easy to learn how to play, but it can still be challenging thanks to the difficulty level that can be changed even during a game. You can customize and create your own teams and players. The only drawback is that it doesn’t have any real baseball teams. Recommended for all Switch owners looking for a fun and complete baseball game.
SummaryAccessible 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 every...