Summary: Wasn't sure what to expect when I bought this, but I am very pleased with the buy! Sure, the graphics could be better, but the gameplay is great! You have extra control in pitching (which makes it a lot more fun) and the controls are easy to get used to.
Summary: So far this is a great experience. The learning curve has strung me along. I reduced the ai pitch speed and it became playable. I just couldnt catch a rythm. Graphics are smooth, shadows are moderate, and presentation is interesting. Not sure what the terrible reviews are about.
Enjoying the game, appreciate the download ability
Kristopher Ames, Amazon
30 April 2012
Summary: I like that I could download the game instead of having to buy a DVD or 2 and then inserting it every time I want to play. Here, I can just hit the icon and start playing. With my computer it is quite easy to pause, hit ctl TAB and do other things on the computer before getting back to the game.
Summary: I have played almost every single year since the MLB the show and 2K series came out and always.....I mean always, the Show came out on top! This year is the year I give it to MLB2K12 as the top dog. It plays so smooth and the graphics are so much better compared to any other 2k baseball game.
Summary: I am usually a fan of The Show (on PS2-- my only console) , but I bought this a week ago online. The graphics are great , the gameplay is fun , and the animations (for the most part) are top notch. I use classic settings (buttons) for pitching , and total control (sticks) for the batting.
Summary: Graphics on the PC version look great (almost High-Definition like) and players look realistic. Pitching controls take a little getting used to but I don't believe they are much different than prior versions. Happy with purchase so far and happy to see sports games still being made for the PC.
Summary: This game isn't perfect by any stretch of the imagination. But it has made big strides in the right direction. I don't think it will ever be where nba2k is, but I think its because of the sport, not the game.