Major League Baseball video game reviewsWritten by Michael Siebenaler | | firstname.lastname@example.org
Baseball season has begun so be sure to catch some Major League baseball video games with quality graphics and animations. Cross play with PlayStation 3 (PS3) and PlayStation Vita versions of “MLB 13 The Show” or try “MLB 2K13” on PS3 and/or Xbox 360 – all rated E.
“MLB 13 The Show” (Sony)
The PS3 (with full PlayStation Move capability) and PS Vita “MLB 12 The Show” versions allows players switch between both games with constant synchronization so either version presents current progress before players start or continue a game mode (season, franchise and Road to the Show). The new postseason mode and play now mode offer detailed gameplay within shorter times while new features this year include a beginner mode and other instructional elements that are perfect for new players. Online play is free. Real time MLB game broadcast presentations enhance the experience even more (***1/2).
“MLB 2K13” (2K Sports)
The “MLB 2K13” on Xbox 360 and PS3 lets players control pitching with a nice analog stick setup and a strong My Player mode where players experience more development in the minor leagues on the way to superstardom. Unfortunately, this game totally whiffs on online play. It’s gone and so are the PC, Nintendo DS, PSP, or Wii versions this year. Hardly any new enhancements or additions, but players can also win in real life in the Perfect Game Challenge, a skill-based competition with considerable cash prizes beginning on April 1, 2013 and ending on April 30, 2013 followed by a final competition (**1/2).