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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.