R.B.I. Baseball 19
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- Your Franchise: Manage your dream team across multiple seasons! Add pieces at the trade deadline, win over free agents, call up rookies and bring on new two-way players.
- MLB Legends: Play as 165+ all-time greats like Jackie Robinson, Ted Williams, or Reggie Jackson!
- Legends Teams: New Legends Teams on Exhibition Mode.
- Home Run Derby, Your Way: Pick any MLB player or Legend, any MLB ballpark and customize your bracket.
- Weekly Roster Updates: Weekly, season-long roster updates with performance-based statistical tuning.
- Bumpin’ Soundtrack: Music from artists including Evaride, Banzai, OneRepublic, and more!
Check out the R.B.I. 19 Intro Trailer!
R.B.I. Baseball 19 Gameplay Trailer
Alex Bregman is on the cover of R.B.I. Baseball 19!
The lack of depth in RBI 19's basic mechanics has a crippling effect on the whole experience, first as frustration when trying to get used to timing-based batting, then with boredom after you're familiar. On top of that, it's an arcade baseball game that's presented like a sim, but without the depth to back that up or a hook to set it apart from actual sim games, it just feels barren and empty.
R.B.I. Baseball 19 is a lazy, clunky, uninspired mess of a game. The controls are overly simple and leave little control to the player. The physics are unrealistic and the players contort their bodies in Silent Hill-esque horror after each swing. The format is tired and outdated, and the game bears no resemblance to a competent baseball experience aside from the skeleton of game it presents.