Reviews and Problems with MLB Front Office Manager
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The case was extremely worn and the disc looked pretty scratched but has played without issue so far
Amazon Customer, Amazon
2 August 2014
Summary: I bought this a while ago but only recently gave it to my son. Basically, I let myself get ripped off when I bought this. I found the same game at game stop shortly after I purchased this one and it was only 99 cents. The case was extremely worn and the disc looked pretty scratched but has played without issue so far.
Summary: MLB FRONT OFFICE: great for all that want to be a general manager. Only a couple defiencies.constant adding to your roster of players you don't want at all levels A ball ,A+,AA,AAA. have to go thru rosters each day to delete addons. Salaries all players want $20 million a year. takes free agency fun out of game. But day in and day out operations are a blast.
Summary: This is a great game for those who want to exercise their managerial skills. Although I don't play it my husband says that one thing the would like to have seen is more opportunities to personalize.
Summary: This game is for the Fantasy guru's, move players up and down your farm system one by one. As you SIM further into the years you do have to do more with talent and keeping an "Eye" on who you set up for success. Extremely challenging for those people who think they can handle numerous things all at once. I for one do not understand a few aspects to this game, but still love playing this game.
Summary: The game was average. I enjoyed controlling the team of my choice and all the real everyday stuff GM's do. There were way too many no names/fake players. With all of the teams in the MLB they should be able to list and rate all of each individual teams prospects instead of using fake players. It makes it a lot more fun with more real players.