Archive for category MLB 11: The Show
I absolutely love how this year the players stats have nothing to do with errors. It is all player controlled! Well here it is in its original context.
The “MLB The Show 2011″ demo is now out and ready on PSN to be downloaded and yelled at. I was extremely impressed with the demo and it was everything I expected and a lot more. The difficulty is what had me hooked the moment I began playing. I was able to hit the ball two times in a total of 8 innings over two run throughs.. This isn’t your average press the button and knock the ball out of the park game by any means. The dual analogue controls will take awhile to get used to. I advise you to take a play on it if you are even remotely interested and make your own judgment. The co-op although not featured in the demo is another one of The Show’s big selling points. Eddy Cram, Senior Designer stopped by the official Sony Blog to share the goods on what to expect.
MLB The Show 2011 is shaping up to be a game changer. The team has revamped the entire control scheme and has gone with a dual analogue scheme. Here is a look at what they have done and what you can expect March 8th 2011.
Us gamers come from very diverse backgrounds. Every game has a target audience, and with the number of different game preferences and gamers out there, we have a huge diversity of different genres of games, but some gamers may have disabilities that would make some games nearly impossible to play and enjoy otherwise.
25 year old Hans Smith is a huge baseball and St. Louis Cardinals fan. Although, due to having Cerebral Palsy, Hans won’t be able to play in the real-world Majors, he is still a die hard fan. He is also a gamer (though, he actually refers to himself as a baseball player ).
A few years ago, he contacted Sony’s San Diego studio, the guys behind the MLB: The Show titles, and expressed his love for baseball, the team, and Sony’s branded MLB title, and asked the studio if they could include him as a player within the game. In response, Sony did, in fact, include him in last year’s MLB 10: The Show as an athlete because of that letter. It was very uplifting for Hans, and it allowed him to become the virtual athlete he wanted to be, but Sony’s work with him didn’t stop there.