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MLB 14: The Show

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Platform: PLAYSTATION 3
  • New game features and presentation enhancements allow you to play full games faster than ever
  • Road to the Show evolves in MLB 14 with a new intuitive player creation process and all new pre-draft prospect showcase
  • MLB The Show is the first sports franchise to feature year to year saves
  • Starting with MLB 14, saves can be carried over to future versions of the MLB The Show
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Platform: PLAYSTATION 3
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  • ASIN: B00GHJ6X8G
  • Product Dimensions: 6.8 x 5.4 x 0.6 inches ; 2.7 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: April 1, 2014
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (147 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #457 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)

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Platform: PLAYSTATION 3

The highest rated sports franchise over the last 8 years is back with new ways to play, more realistic gameplay physics and the most authentic MLB gameplay experience ever. From the booth to the field, MLB 14 The Show captures the most exciting moments in baseball. Welcome to the Show.

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23 of 27 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Meet the New Boss....same as the Old Boss. May 2, 2014
Platform for Display:PLAYSTATION 3
This review will concern only those who have been playing The Show series over the years, and are wondering if this last version (for the PS3) is "worth it."

I've been playing this game ever since it's inception many years ago, and up to and including this year (somewhat regrettably) I've just bought the new game version, sight unseen- as I am a hard-core baseball fan, and every year enjoy the experience of controlling one team through an entire season of play, Spring Training through the playoffs. I am rarely interested in the various available game modes other than the franchise mode (ie: Road To The Show, homerun derby, etc), and so this review will concentrate only on that- and more importantly, whether or not this year's game has improved in any of the ways that it NEEDED to (refer to any of my reviews of this game for the last 2-3 years for what that means, though it should be a tip-off that my complaints have been much the same for several years now).

It seems that every year for the last several years, the changes made to The Show series were relatively minor, and in areas that frankly didn't need changing to begin with. The main one of those being the graphics- this year again positively stellar, even on the PS3 (the PS4 version destined to be more amazing yet graphically), but I'd argue that the graphics did NOT need any upgrade.

Lots of elements of the gameplay DID, though, and I'm afraid my verdict for that this year is: sadly, nothing has changed. The following is just a short list to elaborate- I'm sure all these things will be more familiar to those who, like me, play a LOT of games each year on The Show, and much less-so to the occaissional gamer.
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16 of 18 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Wow, this really sucks! June 15, 2014
By Ian
Platform for Display:PLAYSTATION 3
I'm going to get slammed for this, since there are so many who absolutely love this game. I think it Sucks!
I've been hearing about how great this game is for years now. I have an XBox, so I was stuck with 2K.
Since 2K didn't give us a game this year, I bought a PS3, and this game, because I Love baseball. I've played every game since Atari had stick figure games, so I was really looking forward to playing, "The Rolls Royce of baseball sims." Ya, right.

I've been a long time player of 2K. Ya I know, the graphics suck, players look ridiculous running, or making routine plays. They look zombie like, and cartoonish, but you know, the game is Fun to play! With my kids, my buddies, myself, it's always challenging, but Really fun.

The Show, not so much. The first thing I noticed was the galactically stupid base running controls!
Wanna lead off. Ok, tap the right trigger.....Oh, picked off!! Oh, picked again! Ok, this time, one step, Oh, I'm out!
It's virtually impossible to get a good lead and steal a base in this game. Ricky Henderson wouldn't stand a chance against the catcher with a 68 rating.
Ok, just adjust the Sliders. Well, those have virtually no effect.

Advance a base? In 2K, you pull the L1 to advance your runner, L2 for all runners. Simple.
On, "The Show," Point to your runner, than use the right stick to point him to the base you want him to go to...oops, he needs to turn around, oh, well just pull the left st.......oh, he's thrown out Again, because there 200 levers, and buttons to push for a simple, first to third advance! Bases running sucks! It's not, "Realistic," it's inane, and un necessarily complicated.

Wanna play Road to the Show? You got 3 months?
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18 of 23 people found the following review helpful
Platform for Display:PLAYSTATION 3|Verified Purchase
Following MLB 13: The Show, which I felt to be the best sports game of 2013,SCEA has focused on areas of strength while also attempting to address the issue of length of games. Unfortunately the Achilles' Heel of the series has reappeared harming the product arguably even more than in the past.

The PS4 version, which is now just three weeks away, will be essentially the same exact game with the exception of advanced visuals and some other technical improvements so as a whole impressions from the PS3 will carry through to there.

POSITIVES

Gameplay and Authenticity
Every year these two areas top the merit list and that remains the case here. There are some lapses - meter fielding should be changed from immediately, they did not implement rules changes like the reviews/challenges, and the commentary desperately needs to be redone - but otherwise it's an exceptionally realistic experience to play. The new Dynamic Difficulty is worth considering and growing with.

Player Lock
Somewhat overshadowed by another time-saving feature, Player Lock has proven to be a great addition to the series</a>. Player Lock allows for taking control of a single player during a game and simulating the rest. It has proven most valuable for Franchise or Season modes where it provides some influence on the games while dramatically reducing the necessary time invested in them. That is much better than just simming through a chunk of the schedule.

The number of options is what makes Player Lock so great. Users can switch who they're controlling at any point in a game - going from one player to another or even taking over the full team in the traditional manner.
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