189w ago - SCEA PR Manager Eric Levine is back with round two of their MLB 10 The Show PS3 predictions series this week, as follows:
Next up on our divisional predictions series is the American League Central. This division hasn't had a repeat champion since the Twins in 1994 and there looks to be a lot of parity again this year, so first place could be up for grabs.
With a new ballpark in Target Field and a reigning MVP (and MLB 10 The Show cover athlete) in Joe Mauer, the Twins look poised to break this trend and repeat as division champs.
The Tigers are looking to redeem themselves after last year's late season collapse and hope perennial All-Stars Magglio Ordonez and Justin Verlander are ready to lead the charge. The White Sox should be contenders this year as well, with a stellar starting rotation in Mark...
196w ago - Today Producer Marcus Efting of MLB 10: The Show for PS3 has shared a video dubbed 'Lights, Camera, Play Ball!' showcasing how to create your own highlight reel with the video game's built-in movie maker.
To quote: Sports fans, what could be better than the Highlight Reel from MLB 09: The Show, where the game chooses the most significant plays and presents them back to you in a television broadcast presentation style?
How about the ability to choose your own plays of the game, your own camera angles, and present them in a highlight reel fashion with your own personal touch? Move over ESPN, in MLB 10: The Show, the new Movie Maker feature allows you to do just that! Be the cameraman, the editor, and the overall director of your own personal highlight reels.
With the new Movie Maker feature in MLB 10: The Show, save up to 10 of your most memorable plays of the game. You can do this by using our extensive Replay Filter System, sorting those highlight quality plays in any order that you desire.
You can show your offensive feats first, including every double, triple, or home run from the game. Followed up by your defensive gems, including diving catches, clutch strikeouts, and double or triple plays!
197w ago - Today Examiner.com has sourced the first MLB 10: The Show PS3 TV commercial, which features American League MVP Joe Mauer chatting with Sony's "It Only Does Everything" marketing campaign spokesman Kevin Butler.
To quote: "The first U.S. commercial for MLB 10: The Show has aired.
The television spot features cover boy, American League MVP Joe Mauer, chatting with the witty Kevin Butler, who has become a fixture in PlayStation 3 commercials."
Finally, for those curious MLB 10: The Show will be released on March 2, 2010 for Sony's PSP, PlayStation 2 and PlayStation 3 entertainment system.
197w ago - Major League Baseball 10: The Show Designer Aaron Luke has detailed 'Road to the Show' PS3 enhancements today on the PlayStation Blog, as follows:
Aaron Luke here to bring you the next chapter in our series of MLB 10: The Show posts. This installment will focus on the enhancements we've made to "Road To The Show" (RTTS). We've targeted several aspects of the mode for improvements, and think you'll like what you find in this year's edition of RTTS.
We'll begin by discussing player creation. This year's PS3 Create Player system has received some new accessory additions, giving you even more options to customize. You can now select a variety of color settings to nearly every part of your player's gear.
Among many other options, you can customize three areas of your glove with different colors, set both the barrel and handle colors of your bat, and customize your shoe colors. We've also added a field to the General tab that will allow you to determine whether or not your player was born in the U.S. This will determine which roster you would appear on if your player were to be selected for the All-Star Futures Game.
After finishing up your player's look and deciding whether to enter...