Little League World Series Baseball 2022 Review (Steam)

Join us for our little league World Series Baseball 2022 Review where we get in the game and try to become a CHAMP! We choose our team and showcase our lack of skills as we attempt to compete through the bracket to see if we have what it takes to be named the Little League Baseball World Series Champion. Or, we just immediately jump into the action with Quick Play mode. Play with your friends for exciting local multiplayer tournament action for up to four players. Customize the rules, select your stadiums and teams, and see who wins it all!

Little League World Series Baseball 2022 Review Pros:

  • Nice cartoon graphics.
  • 3.61GB download size.
  • Steam achievements.
  • Full controller support.
  • Baseball gameplay.
  • Graphics settings – resolution, screen mode, graphics preset, v-sync, contrast and brightness.
  • A difficulty slider.
  • Invert axis and sensitivity sliders.
  • Four game modes – Quick Play, Exhibition, Championship, and Tournament.
  • The Grove – your place to look at earned trophies, do tutorials, customize characters, and look at unlocked stickers and challenges.
  • Complete challenges for stickers.
  • The tutorial section covers – pitching, batting, fielding, running, stealing a base, super abilities, quick time events, and player cards.
  • Full stats breakdown for you and your team including individual players.
  • Tournaments can use Baseball or arcade rules and you can tweak every part from innings to special abilities and how quick time events work along with traditional Baseball rules.
  • 20 teams to choose from.
  • The exhibition is the same deal as a tournament but for a one-off game.
  • Quick play just instantly loads a game up with random teams.
  • Commentary team calling out plays and player names as and when.
  • The on-screen button prompts to show what does what which is helpful.
  • Catching the ball and fielding is full of quick time events and slow-mo.
  • Arcade presentation.
  • 15 stadiums with 3 times of the day.

Little League World Series Baseball 2022 Review Cons:

  • Tutorials are hidden away.
  • Quick play doesn’t have a difficulty prompt or any settings at all.
  • Cannot rebind controls.
  • The mouse cursor stays on the screen despite being a controller game.
  • Quick-time events ruin the game and atmosphere, they leave very little room to know what button even to press!
  • The view makes batting a lot harder than it needs to be.
  • It’s just not a lot of fun to play.
  • No real customisation or any of note I should say as it is so plain.
  • No stadium choices.
  • Feels like it’s missing a lot of features.
  • The timing and aiming of shots and pitches are less than ideal.
  • It’s just not that fun to play.
  • No stand-out online options.
  • Your team swaps out players constantly which affects how good your batting, fielding, and pitching is.
  • The Ai is cheese and skanks a lot of it.

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Little League World Series Baseball 2022:

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Developer: IguanaBee

Publisher: GameMill Entertainment

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  • 7/10
    Graphics - 7/10
  • 6/10
    Sound - 6/10
  • 6/10
    Accessibility - 6/10
  • 6/10
    Length - 6/10
  • 6/10
    Fun Factor - 6/10


I like the old hit ball with stick games, sending a pitch-perfect throw never ceases to please me, hitting a home run so hard I can’t see the ball is the stuff of legends. Anyway, that’s my experience of all the Baseball games I played before this one! This one is actually one of the worst titles I have played in a while, they are going for an arcade approach and there is no problem there, it’s the poor Ai that controls the lack of features and general crapness of each and every player. Your team will randomly swap out players or change positions and this affects the pitcher speed mini-game that aggregates but its the fielding that makes it more apparent as in one minute your guy can catch an 80-mile ball in the air with one hand while banging a drum with the other, then next minute the ball is literally allergic to you and your player will run like its a deadly disease set out to destroy him and all of his bloodline. Talking of catches, you have to do stupid quick-time events where just one wrong breath could fuck it up let alone a button press out of step. I just couldn’t wait for each innings to be over, the levels of skanks the CPU has is incredible and with so few features I honestly never see myself going back to it. Overall I found the game to be lacking with bad Ai and just no fun to be had.

Jim Smale

Gaming since the Atari 2600, I enjoy the weirdness in games counting Densha De Go and RC De Go as my favourite titles of all time. I prefer gaming of old where buying games from a shop was a thing, Being social in person was a thing. Join me as I attempt to adapt to this new digital age!