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6.1 out of 10

MLB Front Office Manager

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Reviews and Problems with MLB Front Office Manager

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Overall 6
6.0

I enjoy the unique take but I would have loved a version 2.0

Douglas Rau, Amazon
20 February 2014
  • Summary: I like the idea of being a GM (and an on-the-field manager, if you choose to be) but the game has some short comings: while playing through games, the game will occasionally glitch up and get frozen. Ways in which the game is not like actual MLB: When negotiating with free agents, you don't hear back from the player and his agent after you make an offer.
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Overall 8
8.0

MLB Front Office Game

rhs, Amazon
18 March 2013
  • Summary: I love this game. It is simple to navigate and understand. And is addicting. I enjoy learning what a baseball manager does.
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Overall 8
8.0

Exactly whatyou think it is.

Stephen Morris, Amazon
20 February 2012
  • Summary: An excellent General Manager game! Originally rented this from Blockbuster and played it a few days and thought it was so-so. The real fun begins after a few seasons are under your belt and you level up your manager. Developing young talent is also fun, as it could turn out your hot prospect is not so hot or turns out to hit 60 homers a year while being paid 1 million dollars...
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Overall 2
2.0

Stay away from this game.

A.D., Amazon
15 November 2011
  • Summary: Horrible, horrible, JUST PLAIN HORRIBLE. All you get to do is sit there and give orders out, nothing happens except that you get a bunch of emails from your boss/colleague/whatever and you get to raise/lower player's income, renew contracts, etc. There is no action in this game whatsoever. You can't even watch a game being played (I'll be honest, I wouldn't be saying squat about this game if I had the chance to do that).
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Overall 2
2.0

MOST BORING GAME EVER

drew_8675309, Ebay
26 May 2011

User Review

MAINEiac4434, Metacritic
21 February 2011
  • Summary: Horrific, horrendous and unplayable at every turn. Menus are clunky, which really subtracts from the game, considering that 90% of the time, you're looking at menus. And the actual baseball is horrid, too. Your starting pitcher, no matter what their stamina, will always last only three to five innings. MLB: The Show is a better baseball front office simulation. Front Office Manager is terrible. It's sad, too, because FOM had a real chance of being a great franchise.
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Overall 6
6.0

not really a good game

kosher513, Ebay
24 December 2010
Overall 8
8.0

Just improving team

rlane916, Ebay
2 September 2010
  • Summary: This has to be the best manager game in front of NFL Head Coach. It has great details on how to manage your team by bidding and trading for prospects to help your team win the World Series. It doesn't have great in-game graphics so I play those on MLB The Show. The great part of the game is the ability to bring up players from the lower classes in the Minors from A to the Majors.
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Overall 8
8.0

Very Good

Joan S. Christian "sports fan", Amazon
15 November 2009
  • Summary: I think that this is a fun game. Yes it will take a while to build a dynasty but this game is all about yoyr farm system. It is very fun. As soon as you win your first championship you keep on winning. I really like the Jappenese bidding part because maost of their players are 80 overall(Highest overall in the game).
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Overall 6
6.0

So Much Wasted Potential

Henry Jenkins "endersc", Amazon
12 November 2009
  • Summary: I love the idea of this game, but I could just scream at the person who made it. Picture this: You customize everything yourself. You draft players, cultivate them, set the lineups and rotation. You try to sim and it asks if you want it to automatically take a guy off the DL. You say sure. But the computer doesn't just take the player off the DL. It drops the players you were developing to free agency, and re-organizes your rosters, lineups and rotations at every level.
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