Reviews and Problems with Major League Baseball 2K12
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MLB 2K12 Review
15 April 2012
Excerpt: In baseball, as in all team sports, there are players who possess a particular skill useful in very specific situations. These players don’t have the ability to fill a team’s everyday needs, being used only when the occasion calls for them. These “specialists” are known as role players.
Pros: Great broadcaster commentary, Brilliant use of player statistics, Solid pitcher-batter play
Conclusion: It almost feels like a patched version of 2K11 . With another challenger looming in the wings for next year's baseball crown it's likely that 2K will have to step their game up. Note to devs: please fix the shoes next year, too. I beg of you.
Excerpt: Since it's been a while for me, I wasn't used to the pitching mechanics of the 2K series. I think they are pretty clever. It works like this: pick your pitch, choose your placement with the left analog stick, then make a prescribed, two-part motion with the right stick.
Excerpt: Power pitchers are sexy again. Three years into its revamped look -- the dramatic reduction of offense, thanks to the elimination of steroid-fueled muscle men lugging bats to home plate -- a dominating hurler is more important than ever in Major League Baseball.
Pros: Great pitching mechanics, Impactful stats galore, Best sports game commentary
Cons: Choppy framerate at times, Dated, ordinary visuals, Feels phoned in
Excerpt: It's always a good idea to bring together a classic cast of video game characters in any game, regardless of the format or genre. When it comes to SNK Playmore, they've got several well-known franchises to draw from, and they did just that by selecting characters from the likes of
Major League Baseball 2K12 Test: PS3 Reviews zum US-Sportspiel
27 June 2012
Summary: Wenn man hierzulande an Sportspiele von 2K denkt dann kommt einem wohl am ehesten die NBA 2K-Reihe in den Sinn, schließlich ist Basketball dank Spielern wie Michael Jordon in Deutschland noch am ehesten bekanntesten, wenn es um US-Sport geht.