2018 is responsible for one of the most diverse catalogues in video game release history. In this list, we aim to document as many release dates for these games as possible. The majority of the games that came out in 2018 – whether on PC, PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and sometimes even mobile platforms – are included. This is the result of regular updates made all throughout 2018. It’s inevitable that we missed some games, but we tried our best to make it as comprehensive as possible. As we migrate 2018 content into its own list, we can’t forget to link back to the 2019 game release dates. 2019 is already looking jam-packed with games, with the first quarter especially hot. Click through to keep track of what’s coming. For a look at the past, read on below for all the 2018 release dates we caught. January Although January is typically quiet, this year started things off strong with two big games that have been keeping people busy. We’re talking … [Read more...] about Every game released on PC, PS4, Xbox One, Switch in 2018
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R.B.I. Baseball 18 tries to be a fun arcade-style sports video game with some big features expected of so-called sim titles. And it winds up struggling with both goals. The third entry in an ongoing effort to revitalize a series best known for its glory on the Nintendo Entertainment System, RBI 18 doesn’t really enhance the gameplay we all enjoyed in the original as much as it recreates it. While the recreation is faithful, it feels primitive today. In R.B.I. Baseball 18, I got stuck in many animations as someone ran to the ball — particularly the pitcher, after getting hit on a drive back up the middle, which happens a lot. Unless the fielding is switched to assisted — which governs all movement, leaving the player to handle throws — there was no break on the ball and no automated switching of fielders, which are things I’ve come to expect. It’s not an onerous extra step, but I didn’t find that to be a smooth experience. R.B.I. Baseball 18 … [Read more...] about R.B.I. Baseball 18 strives for arcade and sim, and falls short of both
Ahh, mid-March, that wonderful time when spring is in the air and baseball fans are getting excited about the start of another Major League Baseball season. It's almost time. If you're thinking about picking up a baseball game this year, you might be wondering which one is right for you. To help you decide, we've put together a primer on this year's big baseball games covering what each one offers and everything else you need to know about them. Bear in mind that all of this information is based on what the game's respective publishers have said about each title. You may want to wait for reviews to pick up a game, but this should help you get started in thinking about what you want.MLB The Show 18What Is It? Sony's flagship sports franchise, MLB The Show, returns this year promising better visuals, smarter AI, custom batting stances, and more. With 2K's MLB 2K series canceled, Sony's 2018 game is the only one on the market that offers an authentic, simulation-style baseball experience … [Read more...] about Which Baseball Game Is Right For You?
Football season is over, but good news for sports fans is that this year's MLB season begins next month. A new MLB The Show game is on the way, MLB The Show 18 for PS4, and now Sony has released a new trailer that shows off some exciting moments and a new "Legend" player.The trailer is a sizzle reel of sorts that shows cover star Aaron Judge and other famous MLB players making great catches, turning double plays, and crushing home runs. You will want to be sure to stay through until the end, as the trailer also shows off Babe Ruth doing his called-shot hand gesture from the 1932 World Series in Chicago.Ruth is in MLB The Show 18 as a Legend player. The Great Bambino joins other Legend players appearing in previous games such as Jackie Robinson, Ted Williams, Nolan Ryan, Yogi Berra, Reggie Jackson, and Cal Ripken Jr.In terms of what's new gameplay-wise in MLB The Show 18, developer Sony says it has completely re-written the tagging engine. Some players complained about inconsistency … [Read more...] about PS4’s MLB The Show 18 Trailer Shows New Animations And This Legendary Player
After 20 years away, the R.B.I. Baseball video game series returned in 2014. A new game has been out every year since, and now 2018's title has been announced and detailed.RBI Baseball 18 launches in March for PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch. Among the topline new features for this year's game are the Home Run Derby and Franchise modes. Also new for the sequel are new player models and animations, along with visual updates for the ballparks for things like lighting, textures, and crowds. In terms of the player model updates, the game has more than 300 "digitally modeled" player likenesses, in addition to "hundreds" of new animations including player-specific ones.As for the Franchise mode, this lets you control a team and do all the important things: make trades, sign free agents, draft rookies, etc. You can also mold a player and build their skills over time, eventually culminating in retirement. Franchise mode also lets you add "MLB Legends" to your roster; there are more than 100 … [Read more...] about RBI Baseball 18 Announced, Has Home Run Derby And Franchise Modes