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MLB 10: The Show (PS3)

alaTest has collected and analyzed 129 reviews from magazines and websites. People are impressed by the design and controls. The usability and gameplay are also appreciated, but some have doubts about the reliability.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PlayStation 3 Games (PS3) the MLB 10: The Show (PS3) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 91/100 = Excellent quality.

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MLB 12: The Show (PlayStation 3)

 

Sony has had a lot of success during the past few years with its MLB: The Show franchise. MLB 12: The Show sees a number of changes and introductions being made that touch upon all aspects of the sport. While some of these might not be immediately...

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MLB 11: The Show (PlayStation 3)

 

MLB 11: The Show may be a victim of its own success. The best baseball game on the market has gotten so good the past couple of years (if you overlook some of the bugs that afflicted MLB 10) that it has built up huge expectations. And the latest...

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MLB 10: The Show (PlayStation 3)

 

Let's get this out of the way right off the bat: MLB 10: The Show is still the undisputed champ in baseball games. On-field realism, spectacular broadcast presentation values, and attention to little details--right down to the scowl on Kevin Youkilis'...

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MLB 09: The Show (PlayStation 3)

 

There is no room at Cooperstown for baseball games yet, but if the hallowed hall of fame ever adds such a facility, you can guarantee that MLB 09: The Show will be one of the very first inductees. Everything here is brought to life in such an exacting,...

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MLB 08: The Show (PlayStation 3)

 

Sony's MLB series has been top dog for several years running now, and that hasn't changed in 2008. MLB 08: The Show doesn't have much in the way of new content, but it improves upon last year's game in almost every department, and it's the baseball...

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MLB 07: The Show (PlayStation 3)

 

Thanks to Sony's dubious track record when it comes to first-party sports games, its excellent MLB series hasn't always received the recognition it deserves. But after the outstanding MLB 06: The Show, people are taking notice of SCEA's yearly baseball...

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MLB 10: The Show Review

 

With EA dominating the sport genre, few companies have staked their turf on a certain sport. Sony's The Show series has done for baseball what other companies haven't done in some time: make it fun.

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MLB 11: The Show

 

Baseball has long been the pastime of America. Although we've gravitated in recent years toward football and basketball, baseball is still the destination of choice for a father and son outing ? and will always be. Video game baseball also has one...

MLB 11: The Show doesn't change a ton of content from last year, but that's not a bad thing. It makes enough small improvements to the visuals, animations, and gameplay mechanics to keep the experience fresh while advancing the series. It is by far the...

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MLB 12: The Show

 

America's pastime has undoubtedly undergone some ups and downs this past decade. But for all the (melo)drama of the big leagues, baseball video games are usually pretty straightforward. ReviewingMLB 12: The Show is a little weird, mostly because I'm...

One of the only areas where The Show falls behind the 2K series is with the audio. The commentary is passable, providing some interesting insights especially during the 'Road to the Show' mode, and stats... some of the time. Considering how inherently...

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MLB 12: The Show

 

For the last few years I have been excited for opening day of baseball. I have been on this kick to want to watch more baseball and have started

Last year I said that MLB 11 wasn’t a monumental step forward. I would say that MLB 12 is only a half-step forward for the series. Sure the competition within the genre is weak but that is still no excuse to leave much unchanged from last year’s...

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