With Ken Griffey Jr. donning the cover of MLB The Show 17, Sony San Diego is honoring his video game legacy with a new Retro Mode. Shacknews went hands-on at PlayStation Experience to see just how this old-school experience feels.
The company's London Studio incurred reductions this week as well.
So let's root, root, root for MLB The Show 16!
Tonight kicks off a whole new format for the Major League Baseball Home Run Derby. With that in mind, MLB 15: The Show is playing digital fortune teller and has simulated tonight's outcome.
It's become one of the most reliable franchises in games for a reason. MLB 15: The Show continues to deliver a user-friendly baseball experience, while faithfully piecing together the subtle nuances of America's pastime. Our review.
MLB 15: The Show is upping the authenticity factor this year by adding licensed equipment that will tie in to player performance.
Football is over, but baseball is right around the corner. Today, Sony San Diego pulls the curtain back on MLB 15 The Show, revealing the first gameplay footage on Twitch.
Pittsburgh Pirate Andrew McCutchen, who was on the cover of Sony’s MLB 13: The Show last year, offers some virtual baseball advice.
Sony emulates the all-star affair using its hit baseball game.