Now two weeks into Major League Baseball 2K12's $1,000,000 Perfect Game Challenge, nearly 275 verified perfect games have been thrown, out of more than 400,000 attempted, according to 2K Sports. Which means, potentially, hundreds of thousands of controllers, discs and maybe even consoles have been hurled, too.
In a little more than two days since the contest began, three dozen perfect games already have been verified in the MLB 2K12 $1,000,000 Challenge, the game's social media manager said about three hours ago. There's a leaderboard up showing who the early contenders are to make an eight-man tournament where the grand…
Before setting off to claim a million-dollar bounty offered by MLB 2K11, Brian Kingrey did an analysis. He pored over batting averages, compared pitcher strengths and tendencies, examined the probable starters for the contest's opening day and the batting orders they faced, to determine what hurler had the best chance…
Yesterday someone uploaded a YouTube video purporting to show him completing 2K Sports' Million Dollar Perfect Game Challenge in MLB 2K11. While it's confirmation of nothing, it may signal another early end to the game's sweepstakes promotion. [Warning: The audio gets very loud and NSFW after the final out.]
Barely two days after release and MLB 2K10 players are boasting they've pitched perfect games - worth a $1 million bounty to the first to do so, verifiably. But cool your jets, we won't know for sure for a while.
MLB 2K10 releases tomorrow, and the first person to chuck a perfect game on it - under certain conditions - gets a million bucks. 2K Sports has posted those conditions, and they read like a Charlie Sheen restraining order.
2K Sports is offering a $1 million prize to the first player to throw a perfect game in MLB 2K10, laying down the bounty as a statement of confidence in the authenticity of their game's revamped pitching controls.