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MLB 13 The Show - Playstation 3

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Platform: PlayStation 3
  • Multiple all-new game modes bring unique gameplay experiences to The Show.
  • All-New Playoff Mode includes an unparalleled in-stadium atmosphere that replicates the excitement and tension of October baseball.
  • Revamped Franchise and Road To The Show modes with expanded options and new gameplay experiences.
  • Completely-new beginner mode and instructional enhancements make The Show the best pick-up and play baseball experience.
  • Improved Play Now mode streamlines gameplay for the option to play faster, simpler games.
  • New commentary and a new voice in the booth provide updated analysis and color commentary.
  • Play with friends around the world at no extra cost on PlayStation Network.
  • Save files between the PS3 and the PS Vita via the PlayStation Network. Sync your Season, Franchise and Road to the Show saves and load them on either platform to continue the action anywhere.
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Platform: PlayStation 3
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00A750QIE
  • Product Dimensions: 6.7 x 5.4 x 0.5 inches ; 1.6 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: March 5, 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (317 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,400 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)

Product Description

Platform: PlayStation 3


So Real, It’s Unreal

MLB 13 The Show allows you to experience the MLB like never before. Its jaw-dropping realism doesn’t just capture every detail and mechanic of the sport, it captures the raw emotion of Major League Baseball. Improvements to Diamond Dynasty, Franchise, and Road To The Show modes make MLB 13 The Show the most realistic baseball game ever, while the addition of all-new game modes expand gameplay options even further.

If it can happen in baseball, you can experience it in The Show. Whether it’s the moment you’re called up to the majors, a sacrifice fly to left field, or crushing a walk-off homer to win it all, every big, emotional moment in baseball can be yours. And The Show delivers it with such realism, it’s like it really happened.

Features
  • Multiple all-new game modes bring unique gameplay experiences to The Show
  • All-New Playoff Mode includes an unparalleled in-stadium atmosphere that replicates the excitement and tension of October baseball
  • Revamped Franchise and Road To The Show modes with expanded options and new gameplay experiences
  • Completely-new beginner mode and instructional enhancements make The Show the best pick-up and play baseball experience
  • Improved Play Now mode streamlines gameplay for the option to play faster, simpler games
  • New commentary and a new voice in the booth provide updated analysis and color commentary
  • Save files between the PS3 and the PS Vita via the PlayStation Network. Sync your Season, Franchise, and Road to the Show saves and load them on either platform to continue the action anywhere.

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91 of 107 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars The Gameplay review from a baseball fanatic March 5, 2013
Platform for Display:PlayStation 3|Verified Purchase
First off, I've played MLB The Show since the beginning, and before that it was MLB 2K, World Series Baseball, VR Baseball, Batter Up, Bases loaded and yes even Major League Baseball featuring Ken Griffey Jr. Since I can remember sports video games have been just about the only games that have mattered and I grew up during the growth of the video game (29 now).

So to hear people bash MLB 2013 The Show for slight improvements, or similarities to last year's game is beyond me. When I sit back and look at the big picture of where sports games have been and what they are now, it's incredible. Even in the last five years it's a crazy positive difference.

Anyhow, this year's game is very similar to lasts, I haven't gone out and read any reviews so these are just my thoughts upon playing a few games today. I will update as I see fit as I play more. The changes are subtle, just like the game of baseball. The game though is still fantastic.

Also I typically play against the computer, on legend, in franchise mode. I want the most simulation type experience possible. So I turn off the strike zone and most feedback except for pitch speed. I also make everything as manual as possible.

The first thing I noticed with this year's game is the change from a circular batting curser to a more oval two hash marks type shape. Of course you can change this in the options but I think it is more correct to actual baseball. The bats sweet spot is longer than it is tall so it should be like this, not a circle. We still have the same power/regular/contact swing options too, which I like.

The biggest difference in hitting it seems is that the "window" for the batter to hit the ball is far different, and easier I might add.
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41 of 47 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Be Aware Of What You Are Buying/Playing March 14, 2013
By gohalos
Platform for Display:PlayStation 3
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
I simply don't agree with, or even understand for that matter, the negative comments on this game. The only thing I have to say is be aware of what you are purchasing. This game is designed to SIMULATE baseball. You can't just get up to bat and swing at every pitch and expect to be good at this game. Timing is key. Pitch selection is key. Pitch location is key. This is how baseball really is. This isn't a button smasher, you need to learn, practice to be good at it.

I can't comment on the negativity that this is just a roster update, because I didn't play 2011 or 2012. I own 2010 and in my opinion this game is head over heels better from 2010 to 2013. Graphics, game play, and overall presentation are much better than 2010.

I have spent some good hours playing this game and I have loved every second of it. If you want a true baseball simulation this is the game for you. If you are looking for an easy game where you hit a homerun every other at bat, hit .540 with 85HR....this probably isn't the game for you.
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26 of 30 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars MLB: The Show Finally Delivers the Total Package March 11, 2013
Platform for Display:PlayStation 3|Verified Purchase
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
As a series MLB: The Show has been the most consistent of all the yearly sports representations this generation. Consumers have come to rely on exceptional baseball authenticity, realistic gameplay, fantastic graphics, and deep franchise and career modes to invest time with. What has been missing though is sense of accessibility and an acceptable online experience.

Those aspects however are no longer holding the franchise back. MLB 13: The Show is the iteration that pulled everything together to finally become a complete product and in doing so will absolutely deserve to be in contention for "Best of" awards late this year.

POSITIVES

*Gameplay and Authenticity
The unforgiving nature of The Show has finally eased off with the expansion of the hitting timing window. Far more rewarding and satisfying, hitting success has improved dramatically but not to any sort of unrealistic level. Averages were so consistently low in the past, with too many instances of timing and placement feeling "right" but still being punished, that now it just feels far more fair. Ultimately fan factor is being impacted here to a great extent.

All facets of MLB 13 show improvement over MLB 12. No longer unforgiving at the plate the overall balance and variety in games has increased. Scores are more realistic and producing runs through means other than home runs is a more viable strategy. Comebacks can be made and momentum and confidence are factors.

Changes to make "Guess Pitch" less of a crutch have proved worthwhile, and the new throwing meter provides more involvement and control over events in the field. Franchise mode benefits from new budgetary adjustments, scouting overhaul, and numbered player ratings.
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11 of 14 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Gameplay review, for Show veterans March 19, 2013
Platform for Display:PlayStation 3
Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
I have been playing MLB The Show from the inception of the series, and only use it for one purpose every year: to play through an entire season (Spring Training, Regular Season, and Playoffs)with my hometown Chicago White Sox, playing against the CPU. What I am looking for in a baseball videogame is one that is realistic (for both stats and gameplay), challenging to win (part of the realism thing), visually appealing, and.....fun. The last one has been a seeming point of contention amongst Show reviewers over the years, and I suppose it most depends one what one considers "fun". It probably goes without saying, but I'll say it (again) anyway: if what you consider fun in a baseball videogame is winning most of your games, while piling up tons of hits and homeruns, and striking out most of the cpu hitters, then this game is not (and never has been) for you. If, however, you enjoy a game that fairly closely models real MLB games and outcomes (ie: a baseball simulation), and you are one with some past baseball experience, and appreciate the "game within the game", then this is as good as it gets. But not without a few flaws (still), as I will detail below.

This review will only deal with playing a season against the cpu, on Franchise mode. For a more complete review of the many other game modes offered with this game, see the many other reviews posted on this site. I expect that the following will also be most meaningful to those who are already familiar with The Show series.

To start- the graphics are again amazing, and include many new player animations, as well as individualized player batting stances, pitching motions, and mannerisms. The change is fairly subtle from last year, however, since it is hard to improve on something that is so good to begin with.
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