R.B.I. Baseball 19 has more additions and improvements than ever before, delivering Franchise Mode and heightened authenticity to deliver a genuine MLB experience – not to mention hundreds of new animations, brand new player models, every official 2019 uniform, more player gear, improved ball physics and environments, and more!
Franchise Mode: 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.
Authentic MLB Players: Updated player models, hundreds of new animations, more realistic player movements and reactions add a whole new level of authenticity.
Stunning Environments: Amplified lighting, textures, cinematic sequences and 3-D crowd system in all 30 ballparks.
MLB Legends: Play as 165+ all-time greats like Jackie Robinson, Ted Williams, or Reggie Jackson!
Legends Teams: All-new Legends Teams available for play on Exhibition Mode.
Weekly Roster Updates: Weekly, season-long roster updates with performance-based statistical tuning.
Bigger and Better Soundtrack: Music from popular artists including Evaride, Banzai, OneRepublic, CHVRCHES and more!
**IMPORTANT! IF YOUR DEVICE HAS LESS THAN 2GB RAM**
R.B.I. Baseball 19 requires at least 2GB of device RAM to play. A small number of users will not be able to play the game and will receive an in game error directing them to a refund. This Device list includes: iPhone 5S, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPod Touch 6th gen, iPad Air, iPad Mini 2, iPad Mini 3 and other older devices.
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- Animation additions and improvements for end of inning
- AI in-field logic improvements
- Updated select player portraits and World Series 2019 logo
- Updated select in-game billboards
- Fix for crash at end of game stats screen
- Fix for soft lock during simming games
- UI fixes and improvements including joystick movement
- Stats home run fixes
- Updated LAD classic uniforms
- Audio updates and improvements
- Additional fixes and optimizations
Ratings and Reviews
Fun and simple, but miss MLB: The Show
Reminds me a bit of the old-school, arcade-style gameplay of Ken Griffey Jr. Presents Major League Baseball for SNES with graphics for the times, though it is no MLB: The Show. Batting and pitching are very simplified. It would be nice to be able to choose whether to hit contact/power, see more player attributes, warm pitchers up in the bullpen, to choose specific pitches and placement as a pitcher (it feels like it doesn’t matter who starts or who I go to for relief as stamina and slight variations in velocity are the only real noticeable difference), and to be able to manually jump or dive as a fielder... granted perhaps these options, enhanced dynamics and complexity are difficult to incorporate into a mobile platform. It’s very difficult to score from second on a single into the outfield, or advance to third from first on a ball hit to right field. Relief pitchers incorrectly inherit the baserunners left on from previous pitchers as a threat to their own earned run average. I play as the Mariners and Dee Gordon hit a 507ft homerun. A little unrealistic. Scratches the baseball itch, but best to keep low expectations.
Fun and frustrating. Needs work
This game is a lot of fun IF you put the time in to learn how it works which isn’t easy. You need to learn how to find the overall for the person and then individually go through everyone which begs for some form of easier way to view player overall so that you can make quick and easy adjustments and additions.
The batting is a mix of awful and awesome. It feels realistic not pre decided like most games, but it’s nearly impossible to hit without 200% attention. You’re going to swing late for a while and not hit anything worth crap. Swing early, you’ll start figuring out the timing.
My biggest problem is battery drain. This game is unplayable for that reason alone. Played two games, while charging my phone on the computer, dropped 28% battery. Went to the bathroom and changed my lineup and looked at free agents for 3-5 minutes and lost 16% battery life. This thing EATS battery and until that’s solved, it’s basically a frustrating battery draining simulator.
The hitting and pitching can be smoother but what I like about this game is the hitting miss more realistic. Batters can actually get bloop hits. They can hit balls down the line that will actually curve around the base into foul territory. Balls actually can go over outfielders heads.
Fielding is a little better. You can actually throw away balls from the outfield when you throw it in allowing the runner to advance another base. The double plays are slower to turn which I think is better game play.
Base running is a little better you can now move runners over from second to third on grounders to the right side. It's still hard to get a double on a ball hit down the line. It's still hard to score from second on a base hit but it is better. It's actually a little better going from guest to third on a hot, the runner no longer pauses at second
The problem I have with base running is that it's hard for a runner to score from second on a base hit or the batter is limited to a single on a ball hit of the fence.
I would like to see less line drives at the pitchers and maybe have rubbers move a little faster but it's better than the last version. I have played approximately twenty games and that is what I've noticed. I played on the hardest and my hitters are hitting over 390, so that's not realistic
- Major League Baseball Advanced Media
- 2.6 GB
Requires iOS 11.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- © 2019 MLB Advanced Media, L.P.
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