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Jikkyou Powerful Major League 2 Wii


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Release Dates

10/03/07 2K Sports
10/04/07 Konami
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Community Stats

Owners: 44
Favorite: 3
Tracked: 0
Wishlist: 0
Now Playing: 0

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Introducing MLB® Power Pros, Japan's top-selling MLB® series available for the first time in the U.S. MLB® Power Pros delivers a unique flair to America's favorite pastime with an original visual style, pick-up-and-play gameplay mechanics and deep gameplay modes. Available for the PlayStation®2 computer entertainment system and Wii™ this fall, MLB® Power Pros is sure to be a hit with gamers of all ages.


  • An original "Power Pros" visual style in which cartoon-like version of MLB players are brought to life with player-specific facial details and expressions.
  • Stunning MLB ballparks are brought to life with famous landmarks, bringing authenticity to every game.
  • Amazing animations with incredible double plays, diving catches, and even home-run-robbing wall catches.
  • Easy pick-up-and-play mechanics in both pitching and batting, allowing both novices and gamers a game of instant fun.

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Sales History

Total Sales
1 6,491 4,085 n/a 834 11,410
2 5,559 2,850 n/a 592 9,001
3 3,882 2,144 n/a 442 6,468
4 2,704 2,008 n/a 405 5,117
5 2,282 2,261 n/a 448 4,991
6 1,856 2,880 n/a 560 5,296
7 1,564 3,575 n/a 689 5,828
8 1,526 8,763 n/a 1,664 11,953
9 1,350 5,488 n/a 1,046 7,884
10 1,487 7,818 n/a 1,487 10,792

Opinion (9)

Soma posted 04/07/2009, 01:48
This is the only baseball game I ever played (not counting Wii sports baseball) and I love it. Addictive and brilliant game.
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drinkvault posted 01/02/2009, 01:15
Wow, thought this would have sold more.
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facher83 posted 06/08/2008, 07:07
I love this game. I play it 4 days a week. The classic RPG-building aspects are sick when you consider having 20-40 people to train.

Lots of fun.
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ethan24 posted 24/06/2008, 05:29
The best simulation I've ever played. Brilliant Game. Fielding is a little tough with the nunchuk when moving towards homeplate. Otherwise, Great Game!
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Dryden posted 18/06/2008, 02:07
Disappointing sales and poor reception for the US/MLB debut of Japans popular Power Pro series. Developed by Konami, Published (in the US) by 2K Sports. This was thrown out for the Wii and PS2 midway through the 2007 season (with 2006 MLB rosters) with little fanfare or advertising.

It's a shame, because this is simply the best baseball game ever made.

The Chibi Character animations are likely the first thing to turn hardcore sports fans away from this particular title, but the swing animations and facial expressions are brilliant, and many of MLB's great current players are immediately recognizable in their Chibi counterparts.

The game offers information overload at every menu, which is a treat for stat geeks and long time baseball fans, and there are several play-mode options right from the outset, whether you want to play one exhibition style game, or manage/gm your favorite franchise through multiple seasons.

The game records every swing and every pitch throughout a campaign, and offers the data up with an overwhelming assortment of graphs and charts that allow you to scout upcoming hitters and pitchers or self-scout your own team for weaknesses. Game play itself is really intuitive and rather fast paced, with quick animations and little in the way of gratuitous fluff, meaning you can pickup and play a full 9 inning game in around 20-25 minutes.

This game has it all! It is ironic that despite the cartoon presentation, this is easily the most realistic baseball simulator ever offered in the US with a full MLB license. Finally, a true, spiritual successor to the classic RBI series and Culture Brains Baseball Simulator franchise from the NES/SNES era.
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Monteblanco posted 14/04/2008, 03:44
Excellent game, despite the lack of motion controls for most part of the experience.
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