MLB 10: The Show Set For March 2, Box Art Sports AL MVP
Oh, just admit it. You were waiting for the MVPs to be named before you decided on the final box art, huh, Sony?
Well, either way, we have confirmation from an announcement over at the PlayStation Blog that MLB 10: The Show will release on March 2, and the cover man is the American League MVP, Minnesota's Joe Mauer. This series has emerged as one of the most critically acclaimed in all of video games and we expect nothing but the best from the new effort. As you can see, it will boast a host of new additions and features, including the crowd-pleasing Home Run Derby, improved online gameplay, and custom music and fan chants. We also like the idea of "Catcher Calling the Game," as you'll be able to call the pitches when sitting behind the plate, as any catcher does in a real baseball game. New stadiums, a new pick-off mechanic, new training and practice modes, full online season leagues, and even a movie maker should make MLB 10 perfect for anyone who considers themselves a true-blue baseball fan. Let's not forget that the Road to the Show will also be updated with plenty of new upgrades and enhancements so you're looking at an entirely fresh package from top to bottom; to claim this is just a rehash of last year's title would be entirely erroneous. Weekly live rosters is only one of many reasons to keep playing this one throughout the spring and into the summer!
It comes out one week before Final Fantasy XIII but we get the feeling we're not talking about the same audience, here.
Related Game(s): MLB 10: The Show
1/8/2010 11:02:28 AM Ben Dutka