Xbox One is home to a vast library of sports games – many among the biggest titles on the console today. With ties to real-world leagues, teams, and locations, major publishers continue to push the boundaries of realism within the living room.
While soccer, football, basketball, and golf are all widely represented among several titles, some sports have fallen into obscurity. Among these, there's an emerging decline in high-tier baseball games, with recent releases such as R.B.I. Baseball 18 launching to mixed critical reception.
One Windows Central community member drew attention to this trend in our forums, citing the lack of high-quality baseball games as a reason for leaving the console.
But as always, we want to hear from you. If you're a fan of baseball games, have you noticed a lack of good releases titles? Do you want more baseball games going forward? Drop into the forum thread linked below and pitch in with your thoughts.
- From the forums: Leaving Xbox, been here since day one...
- R.B.I. Baseball 18 Xbox One review: A big swing and a miss
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