Summary: Sports games take a lot of abuse for their one-year production cycles. It's hard to jam in innovations alongside the usual schedule and roster updates, given the lack of development time available in the measly 12 months between seasons. Still, you generally get some sort of new feature or cool new physics to take the sting out of spending $60.
Pros: Great analog pitching mechanics, Still plays a good game of baseball on the diamond, My Player mode remains addictive
Cons: Virtually no changes from MLB 2K12 and MLB 2K11, Lots of graphical hitches and awkward animations, Online league support completely removed
Review: MLB 2K13 is the Miami Marlins of baseball video games
7 March 2013
Excerpt: Everyone has at some point of their lives known a married couple that shouldn’t be together. Like, they’ve been together for a while, but the spark is gone and the two are just empty shells of their former selves. Yet they go through the motions, staying together for the sake of the kids while they sleep in separate bedrooms.