Summary: I bought this game for very cheap. I don't really keep up with baseball, so the up to date players don't matter a whole lot to me. The first time I played, I tried to do an exhibition game with my fiancee. It wasn't very intuitive, and we quickly gave up on our game.
Summary: Before anything. best baseball game I ever played. I had 2010 before and I'll buy 2014 because you can play for 2+ years before wanting to get the newest one. 5*'s for that. 1 star off for favoritism. Let's start a story since I feel I need to write a review.
Summary: The only complants was not enough soundtracks and I didn't put it on begginer and somhow hit three home runs in a row and still couldn't win. If you don't have patiance to practice and new to the game series you won't enjoy to the full. I have a toatel fun time and enjoy every aspect.
Summary: This is a great baseball game that has great graphics and gameplay. My favorite part is being able to franchise my team and control every aspect of the game like a real GM/President. the only hang-up is the announcing which becomes very repititive.
Summary: I have played baseball games all the way back to Atari. I have been a baseball fan since I can remember. Baseball is my passion so I know what I'm talking about in this review. That said, let me tell you that this is the best baseball game I have ever played in any console.
Load Your Sliders EVERY TIME you load the game; Avoid TV Input Lag
1 May 2012
Summary: Let me start by saying I am a casual sports gamer in my mid 40's with a family so I am lucky to get a couple of hours of gaming in a week. I have played (but don't own) MLB 10 and MLB 11 and although I was impressed with the graphics, etc.
Summary: You expect a certain number of minor tweaks each year to annual sports games and MLB 12 does not disappoint with reportedly over 1000 new animations including player reactions to the on-field action. There are improvements in lighting, stadiums, sound..
Rebuttal/Review: Reality check for Show gamers, 2012 edition
Charles M. Strnad, Amazon
17 April 2012
Summary: I've reviewed MLB:The Show every year for the past few years, concentrating on Franchise Mode, for those who (like me) mostly just like to play through an entire season vs: the CPU, with your favorite team.This one will be the same, except not as lengthy, and mostly as a rebuttal to the continuing...