Final roster update for MLB 15: The Show
We're now in the midst of baseball's award season and there are only a matter of weeks until the first news hits for MLB 16: The Show. Post-release support for MLB 15 has come to a close with the final roster update which adjusts the ratings ofÂ 61 position players and 52 pitchers.
Notables among them include Corey Seager (+1o to 83), David Price (+2 to 93), Jason Heyward (+3 to 87), Tyson Ross (+3 to 86), Francisco Lindor (+3 to 84),Â Mark Buehrle (-2 to 82), Matt Kemp (-1 to 81),Â Kevin...
What do you most want to see out of MLB 16: The Show?
It's hard to believe but there's only about a month now until promotion of the upcoming MLB: The Show title typically begins. Last year the cover athlete announcement came on December 5th and that was followed three days later by the reveal of the central features for the game.
MLB 15: The Show was an excellent game - easily the most complete in the series' history. There are many avenues to be looked at for improvement however with MLB 16: The Show. Commentary is one that has been on the...
Second to last roster update for MLB 15: The Show out today
The Kansas City Royals prevailed over the New York Mets in five games to become World Champions. With the season complete attention will soon turn to the start of promotion for MLB 16: The Show. Before that happens however there is the roster update today - the first since the postseason began - and one more planned for MLB 15: The Show.
Today's update essentially resets the rosters by bringing back injured players. There are some ratings changes along with it but nothing really noteworth...
How can SCEA improve the postseason experience in MLB: The Show?
MLB 15: The Show does some great things for postseason games and exposes consumers to them more than probably any other sports series. The game offers up a standalone Postseason Mode and incorporates the presentation into The Show Live, rather than just being there only for those who reach the playoffsÂ in Franchise Mode.
Despite that there there are many ways in which it could be improved. Watching the real postseason games this year have made that obvious. Based on community feedback th...
Final regular season roster update for MLB 15: The Show
The MLB postseason is ready to beginÂ and today the last roster update from the regular season arrived for MLB 15: The Show. There are several players who will be playing in the postseason that have been affected, including a huge bump for National League Cy Young contenderÂ Jake Arrieta after his incredibleÂ performance over the second half of the year.
Among the players rising significantly in the update are Josh Donaldson (+1 to 96), Jake Arrieta (+4 to 94), Jose Altuve (+1 to 93), Mic...
MLB 15: The Show week 23 roster update
After a disappointing update last week that added zero new players despite many that had become eligible since being called up at the beginning of the month, the latest roster for MLB 15: The Show features 36 new players but only five of them are rookies.
Corey Seager, SS, Dodgers (73 Overall, A Potential)
Hector Olivera, 3B, Braves (69 Overall, D Potential)
Colin Rea, SP, Padres (67 Overall, A Potential)
Miguel Almonte, SP, Royals (65 Overall, A Potential)
John Hicks, C,...
MLB 15: The Show week 22 roster update
The latest roster update for MLB 15: The Show was expected to carry some significance, not for the ratings changes this time around but rather the new players that would beÂ added. WithÂ September call-ups many players would become eligible to make their debut in The Show following their appearances in a Major League game. Surprisingly however, zero new players have been addedÂ to the game's roster this week.Â (more…)...
MLB 15: The Show week 21 roster update
WhileÂ the roster update this weekÂ for MLB 15: The Show isn't very significant on the surface, there is an intriguing set of new rookies making their way into the game. With rosters expanding in September there will be many more of them in the updates to follow.
Players with notable ratings movement this week: Zack Greinke (+1 to 95),Â Max Scherzer (-1 to 94), Kris Medlen (+4 to 83), Justin Verlander (+5 to 82), Hanley Ramirez (-5 to 82),Â Francisco Lindor (+5 to 81),Â Miguel Sano (+4 to...