MLB The Show 19 it's a solid game and worth the yearly upgrade. The Road to the Show is still fun and there are some nice new additions (the mode "March to October").
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Football Manager 2019 doesn't bring anything revolutionary in the classic FM experience, but it shows an all around more tidy and comfortable user experience.
NBA 2K Playgrounds 2 is a step forward gameplay wise... but it excessively rely on microtransactions.
WWE 2K19 improves in almost any way the last year's edition. It's a rich and engrossing game... with some visual flaws.
Madden 19 does not redefine the series but it's a great game nevertheless.
NHL 19 is a great new chapter in the already glorious history of the EA IP. It succeeds in rinvigorating the gameplay on the ice, but something more could have been done off the rink (gameplay modes, matchmaking).
FIFA 19 is the best FIFA in years. The game improved on and off the pitch. Now with more Champions League!
Despite the microtransactions, the new masterpiece of Visual Concepts rules on and off the court. NBA 2K19 is full of features and details and it's one of the best basketball sims, ever.
On the pitch PES 2019 it really is the beautiful game. But it needs some serious improvements in the game modes and online options.
Pro Cycling Manager 2018 is still the best game for the cycling enthusiasts out there... even if it's the same game of the previous years.
After some years in the shadows, the official MotoGP game is back in pole position.
Yuke's seems trapped in a Sharpshooter, that's the only way to explain this uninspired chapter in the series.
Part arcade and part simulation, WRC 7 is a good and enjoyable game. But the competition is still way better.
Probably the best sports game of the year and a great achievement for 2K and Visual Concepts. Brilliant!
Madden NFL18's gameplay is a small step forward for the series. It's a good football game, but not a masterpiece
MLB The Show 17 has changed and it has became an even better game. Well done!
Football Manager 2017 isn't a revolution, but still the same addictive simulation we love to play every year.