got it last night. started road to the show. it's pretty much the same as last year. as far as the game goes there are some new animations and stuff. they sim the game you're playing but show the action ala mlb.com (the bases are in the middle of the screen and there are dots to indicate baserunners, lines to show hits and outs along with box score descriptions of each play). then when it's your turn you play your part. it's more interesting than the old way when you only came up to bat or field and you have no idea why the score is so drastically different than it was during your last play. anybody else get it? play it more to find more cool/different stuff?
Posted by sergei91 on 3/6/2013 1:37:00 PM (view original):that's why i go as a power hitting, iron gloved middle infielder. all that matters is you produce. the easiest way to produce is by hitting homers
Posted by ramonshaw on 3/7/2013 4:53:00 PM (view original):If they still have Advancement goals at the ML level, I'll pass this year.
Posted by dahsdebater on 3/6/2013 8:01:00 PM (view original):Yeah, hitting has been too hard throughout the series. They just don't give enough clues on the pitch, harder to read than hitting real pitching in many ways.
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