MLB2K10, which came out for most platforms earlier this month, is sporting a $1M cash prize for being the first to pitch a perfect game. Not sure if I'll jump franchises--I'm more of a MLB: The Show fan--but some reviews are indeed saying MLB 2K10 is a lot better this year, albeit not as good as MLB10: The Show. I suppose I've just gotten used to the interface, as well as the dulcet tones of Matt Vasgersian's voice.
Make sure to catch the "Opus Trailer" here, and stick around to the end, when the soundtrack goes "Engine, Engine, Number 9....". Great shots of our own Manny Ramirez, including a very cool albeit unbelievable one of Ramirez running over some catcher (is that the Rockies?) at the plate. (It's also not lost on me how there's a quick shot of Russell Martin and the soundtrack is saying "pick it up, pick it up!" How fitting.)
On the MLB10: The Show site, I was a little surprised that the first video trailer is all about the enhanced pickoff moves. Yawn. Comments seem to indicate that online play is slow, and the game isn't that much advanced from MLB 09 (which was supposed to be excellent). Maybe I'll just slum with the PSP version for now.