The feature lists claims to have instituted reinvigorated ball physics, but it seems the Vita can only do so much. Things are trailing here, The Show's ability to fall into batting ruts in which the ball trajectory feels too pre-determined, is evident. The ball does hang during outfield pop flies and shoot out of the infield like it should, just not as unpredictably compared to the PS3. Visuals, just out of reach of the screen's native resolution, are clearly sucking too much of the power for broader physics implementation.
Minor touch screen inclusions make pitch targeting a breeze, but the shaky miniature analog sticks on the Vita are a little imprecise for such an action. You can almost feel the wobble of the icon while trying to line up in a corner when using the stick. For batting, analog doesn't have that killer impact generated because of the short motion. Stick with those charming clicky buttons for blasting the ball over the wall.
The Show has reached first base on the Vita, just beating out a throw from the shortstop. With better involvement on the dev side, a triple is within grasp come the next at bat.
MLB 12- The Show is rated E (Everyone) by the ESRB. This game can also be found on: PS3