The next installment of Major League Baseball 2K's series, MLB 2K12. Justin Verlander of the Detroit Tigers is the cover athlete. The game is developed by Visual Concepts and Published by 2K Sports. It is slated for a March 2012 release date.
In the last year of 2K Sports' MLB exclusivity, developer Visual Concepts focused on polish instead of a ton of new features. MLB 2K12 is the only baseball game available for non-PlayStation 3/PS Vita owners, so does the focus on polish and tweaking pay off or does it drink beers in the clubhouse and have a monumental collapse? The answer is... meh. I feel like MLB 2K12 does play better than its predecessor, but it still suffers from a lot of the same problems. First off, I'm going to talk about the graphics, which is by far the weakest part of the game. This will be the only time in the review that I compare 2K12 to MLB 12: The Show, but The Show on the PS Vita has better graphics than 2K12 has on consoles. The game hasn't even taken steps... Read Review