Many sports video games, especially for consoles like the Xbox or PlayStation, are action-oriented. In such bestselling series as MLB: The Show (baseball), Madden NFL (football), and NBA2K (basketball), players have to go onto the diamond, field, or court to do cyber-battle with the best professional athletes in the league. That is great for those who like to experience sports from the players’ perspective, but what about baseball fans who are Billy Beane wannabes?
For those who aspire to manage a team — or just fantasize about making calls to the bullpen, or think they can do a better job than the bums in the front office — the choice is clear: Baseball Mogul 2014, the 16th version of the game introduced in 1997. Baseball Mogul isn’t about the flashy graphics. It’s about the stats, the numbers, going all the way back to 1901. Each version of the game, it seems, is more realistic than the last. With admirable transparency, designer Clay Dreslough outlines many of the new features on his blog.
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