Summary: If u want to play a decent game of baseball on your console, look no further! This is as good as it can get; with beautiful graphics, great commentary and gameplay make this a worthwhile game to own. You wont regret, so, get this game now!
Summary: This franchise is still the route to go for fans of baseball. Be warned though: players who have never played an MLB: The Show game will probably be overwhelmed at first by the sheer number of features. However, if you have played even just one of the past iterations, this game is an absolute blast. Sure, online play is still laggy as hell, but that's a small complaint in regards to the This franchise is still the route to go for fans of baseball.
Summary: I've only played this game about 2 days and I had 09 The Show before this and let me say...this is a BIG update...and didn't do overboard though. It's really the same game play set (but that's of course it you choose Pulse or Pure Anolog) with the different presentation and that's not a bad thing. I haven't used pure anolog or Pulse or Move in the game..
Summary: The best baseball game ever made. Everything about it is fantastic! My only real gripe is lack of intro music editing...like on the PS3 version. There are a few features missing, but nothing game-breaking. It really IS a perfect title. A couple of people are complaining about the graphics, but I'm not sure why... The graphics are fantastic!
Summary: Man is this game bad! All show (no pun intended) and absolutely no go. Hitting and pitching is absolutely broken no matter where you put your sliders or what style of hitting or pitching you use. Online is even worse, if you can manage to figure out the broken hitting and pitching physics and get ahead in the score, the other person quits about 95% of the time. Also if you are not hosting Man is this game bad! All show (no pun intended) and absolutely no go.
Summary: When a handheld version of a highly established console game is released, it is common for players to expect the exact same experience, but on the go. While the Vita version of MLB:12 The Show comes close to achieving this, there is still a significant difference between the two. GAMEPLAY: The gameplay really shines in this game.