Summary: I am still learning all about the game. It is pretty entertaining. It is a little tough to learn to hit, I'm still using the beginner level and at times find it hard to score runs, it could be the team I'm using isn't the best in real life. I haven't tried to use it with the move controller, but it is fine using the regular controls.
Summary: All-Star first baseman Adrian Gonzalez is the cover of the 2012 game. Players are able to take the same big league baseball experience on the road with them, anytime, anywhere. the major improvements was the all new skeletal system for the players, along with improved light. Some tweaks to the stadiums, and over 1,000 new animations. The biggest changes are those that were made to the core of the game itself. A new mode was added called Diamond Dynasty.
Summary: MLB 12: The Show is an absolutely phenomenal gaming experience. This game really improves its quality since last year's edition, and it has a new, black color themed menu for game parts like Road to the Show, making it look much sleeker and eye catching. I would give it a 4 out of 5, but game movements are still a little choppy, like if your tagged out you don't turn to the dugout and walk, you just stop in place for a second, turn, then walk there.
Summary: I love baseball, which is why I bought this game. It is very hard to get used to, as the computer has thrown a couple of perfect games against me, even on beginner. This game is NOT for casual gamers. If you're looking for a casual baseball game, pick up 2k12.
Summary: It is a good game, but there are things in this game that would make you angry. The graphics are always good and the gameplay is always good as it is tweak every year. There are problems that are head scratchers though. Fielding is a huge concern on this game. Players make more errors than any of the older games. A routine play would have the thrower make an errand throw or have the ball bounced before reaching to the base.