Excerpt: I rented MLB 2K13 so Family Friendly Gaming could have a review. I wanted to provide for the Family Friendly Gaming Nation. I found one at Red Box and played it to death. I hope my review helps you with your purchase or no purchase decision.
Excerpt: It’s a season of notable change in Major League Baseball. The Houston Astros are now in the American League — finally evening up the division sizes — and in addition to the many big free-agent signings around the game, the Blue Jays now look a whole lot like last year’s Marlins, thanks to a colossal offseason trade. All of these shifts have been implemented in MLB 2K13 , as you’d expect, but that’s about all that’s changed since last year’s mostly stellar iteration.
Pros: + Good core sim with great pitching controls.
Cons: - It’s essentially the same game as, - Online leagues mysteriously missing., ? Will
Mediocre baseball game resembles last year's title.
Common Sense Media
17 March 2013
Summary: Parents need to know that MLB 2K13 is a baseball simulation game. There isn't any content that will raise an eyebrow, but because the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 games can be played online, players can chat at the same time and potentially could hear profanity or other inappropriate language, including requests for personal information.
Excerpt: It’s sad to watch a once-proud franchise struggle. In years past, the MLB 2K series was a hallmark of progress, featuring crisp visuals and depth of gameplay that seemed to foreshadow consistent greatness. Quite the opposite has happened, however: The latest from 2K Sports is a forlorn title trapped in an impossible situation.
Pros: Stalwart pitching mechanics, Drenched in statistics, Pitcher-hitter battles