The first video for MLB 12: The Show is now out. In this video, MLB 12 The Show Community Manager, Ramone Rusell goes over some of the new features added to the game like zone analog batting and pulse pitching. A new feature that Ramone seems very excited about is the true broadcast presentiation. The presentation will be much improved with more realistic camera cuts, increased detail in the commentary, and accurate player emotions. MLB 12 looks to have a much closer attention to detail in this year’s addition which is great news for all fans of The Show.
MLB 12 The Show has a release date set for March 6th, 2011 and will be available on PlayStation 3 and PS Vita.
What are your impressions from the video? Is there anything that you are really excited about? Is there anything that you think is missing?
The official soundtrack for MLB 12 The Show has now been released. There have been some pretty bad soundtrack’s recently for the MLB The Show franchise as well as a lot of sports video games in general. There are only 10 songs in this year’s soundtrack so if you like the songs you will be quite happy. If you think the soundtrack is terrible, the good news is that you can use the “My MLB Music” feature to get rid of it. Check out the soundtrack below and let us know what you think about it.
Gold on the Ceiling – The Black Keys Zed and Two Naughts – The Mars Volta New Lands – Justice Into the Sun – The Parlor Mob Devil Is a Lady – The Chain Gang of 1974 No Love – Hooray for Earth Learn My Lesson – The Sheepdogs Struck Dumb – The Futureheads U Got the Look – JEFF the Brotherhood She’s Enough – Atmosphere
A new batch of MLB 12 The Show screenshots have been released. The most notable part of the screenshots is showcasing the new default camera angle. You will also notice the new score banner at the top of the screen as well as a few other minor things. Click on the screenshots for higher resolution.
MLB 12: The Show has baseball fans on the edge of their seats. The latest edition in the MLB franchise will have additions such as collision awareness, improved ball physics, pulse pitching, Zone Analog Batting, and much more. Fans have been dissappointed by previous MLB: The SHow games but this year’s version looks to be a giant leap forward.