Archive for the ‘MLB 2K’ Category
  • Bundle With MLB 14: The Show and NBA 2K14 Being Offered on PS3 Only
    Posted March 17th, 2014 at 9:00 am 2 Comments »
    For the third straight year consumers will have the option of buying a combo pack featuring MLB and NBA games. Sony announced today that PS3 versions of MLB 14: The Show and NBA 2K14 are being bundled for $90 to release on April 1. Last year 2K Sports offered a MLB 2K13/NBA 2K13 bundle for $80. The year prior it was MLB 2K12/NBA 2K12 for $70. The cheaper prices with those deals were meant to entice consumers who had an interest in NBA 2K to buy the far less desirable MLB 2K along with it....
  • 2K Sports Scrubs Any Sign of Connection to MLB From Existence
    Posted January 6th, 2014 at 12:00 pm 59 Comments »
    It's been evident for a long while now that there would be no further extension to the MLB license with 2K Sports. The MLB 2K series was actually cancelled in 2012 only to return due to a last-minute one year extension that resulted in a shameless carbon copy of the previous title. SCEA even recently touted how MLB 14: The Show would be the only baseball game on next-gen consoles. As unlikely as the scenario seemed that still left at least an opening for 2K to continue on the 360 and PS3 for...
  • Xbox One Won’t Have Baseball Next Year
    Posted November 4th, 2013 at 6:00 pm 21 Comments »
    Along with the official announcement of MLB 14: The Show and cover athlete Miguel Cabrera SCEA slipped in the declaration that the PS4 game isĀ "the first and only MLB simulation for next-gen consoles" which confirms widespread speculation that the Xbox One will not have a baseball game to offer next spring. (more…)...
  • MLB 14: The Show Officially Announced; Miguel Cabrera Chosen as Cover Athlete
    Posted November 4th, 2013 at 5:45 pm 12 Comments »
    SCEA today officially announced MLB 14: The Show which will debut on the PS4 in March along with PS3 and PS Vita versions. The news was accompanied by the reveal of Miguel Cabrera as cover athlete at the MLB Player's Choice Awards. He was selected for the honor by the players themselves. Check out the FB album for the first three screenshots. An exclusive pre-order bonus at Gamestop will provide $20 worth of "universal in-game currency" which is probably the last thing consumers want to ...
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