While other publishers are frothing over the prospect of adding microtransactions to their games, Sony is taking them out of MLB The Show 18’s flagship single player Road to the Show mode. The campaign – which sees you create a player and work your way through the Minor Leagues before hitting the big time – will no longer allow...
Babe Ruth pinch hits roster
Sony’s released the first gameplay trailer of MLB The Show 18, which is scheduled to take the field on 27th March. Reading between the lines of the PlayStation Blog post, this very much sounds like an iterative update on last year’s outstanding entry, with all of the franchise’s most popular modes making a comeback...
Out of the park
It's one of Sony's most commercially successful exclusives every single year, but we rarely give Sony San Diego's acclaimed baseball series the time of day here at Push Square. That's because we're British and are waiting for London Studio to put together Rounders The Show 17. Anyway, while we're not entirely sure whether we're going...
Sony San Diego iterates on its baseball series every single year, and with MLB The Show 17 it's bringing some basic role-playing game systems to the fore. In the new Road to the Show mode you'll commandeer a rookie to the role of MVP by selecting dialogue options and hitting home runs. All is explained in intricate detail courtesy of the...
If there's one popular exclusive that no one ever talks about, it's Sony San Diego's uber-popular MLB The Show 17. The series sells gangbusters year-after-year in the United States, but no one bats an eyelid – and that looks likely to reoccur with the latest instalment. Still, we can't help but feel that the platform holder could...
Strong trypophobia trigger warning
It's a funny old world, isn't it? You've got franchises like Resident Evil, Silent Hill, and Siren all striving to create the most gruesome enemies in gaming, but Sony San Diego has stumbled upon what is surely the most harrowing character model we've ever seen by accident. Below you'll see a glitch that the team...
Infield home run
It's hard to believe that MLB The Show is now celebrating its 10th anniversary. Despite dominating every other baseball title for the majority of these years, Sony's series has never shown complacency. Instead, it's aged like a fine wine, and gotten better with each new release. When booting up MLB 15 The Show, there's nothing here...
Baseball is better
Now that dynamic themes have been available on the PlayStation 4 for a few months, we're definitely starting to see some more interesting designs. Take this MLB 15 The Show animated wallpaper, which is modelled after The Tigers. It includes crowd sounds, blue skies, and a changing television screen. This is actually one of...
The weather's pretty glib where we are right now, so even though we're not particularly big fans of baseball, we can certainly still appreciate this MLB 15 The Show trailer. Playing up the impending summer weather, the clip shows sultry evenings, green grass, and plenty of good hits. The main takeaway, however, is that the release looks...
Baseball is better
Do you like baseball? Good, because Sony San Diego's getting ready to debut the first ever gameplay footage from the forthcoming MLB 15 The Show on the PlayStation 4 today. The stream will begin at 14:00PM PST (17:00PM EST/22:00PM GMT), and promises a look at the various new features and modes set to appear in the upcoming...
And it won't break the bank
Sony's been – ahem – hitting it out of the park with its affordable collector's editions of late, so we're pleased to see the PlayStation 4 version of MLB 15 The Show continue that trend. Designed to celebrate the series' 10th anniversary, you'll be able to pick up the release in a wood-themed steelbook – but...
Come out swinging
It's not getting as much attention as The Order: 1886 or Bloodborne, but MLB 15 The Show is unlikely to be anything but a homerun for Sony San Diego. The latest entry in the seminal sporting series will round out a sensational few months for the Japanese manufacturer, and in order to build some excitement, community manager Ramone...
As a sports game, Sony's consistently stellar baseball series doesn't get quite as much attention as its exclusive peers. It's still a big property for the platform holder, though, regularly commanding strong positions on the NPD software sales charts. MLB 15: The Show, then, is likely to be a big release when it rolls onto the PlayStation...
‘Twas the day after Thanksgiving, and all around the world, nary a word from a game developer could possibly be heard. That’s our way of saying that the industry has gone to sleep for the weekend, as there’s very little non-Black Friday related news filtering out. The best that we can do is an announcement of an...
The bases are loaded
It seems that everyone wants to be taken to a ball game, as sales of annual baseball sim MLB 14 The Show on the PlayStation 4 have seen a massive boost. Impressively, the game's week one numbers are up a staggering 40 per cent compared with previous entries in the franchise. What's more, the bat-'em-up's multiplayer mode has...
Sony's been doing all it can to push the PlayStation 4 version of MLB 14 The Show in recent weeks, releasing a stream of trailers that have even the most ardent cricket fans among us ogling the title's impressive visuals. This latest clip is no exception, and shows off several minutes of bombastic baseball action. Helpfully, the...
The newest iteration of Sony's popular baseball sim MLB 14 The Show recently released on the PlayStation 3, with the PlayStation 4 version not too far away either. Unsurprisingly, then, the Japanese giant has released a brand new trailer that highlights the many and varied reasons that you should take aim at the newer edition. The...
Pinch-hit home run
MLB 14 The Show is this year’s entry in the long running and highly respected baseball series from Sony’s own San Diego studio. Being a sports game, it’s to be expected that it ends up feeling a little like an iterative experience as opposed to an innovative one – but that doesn’t mean that there’s nothing good going...
While the girly game of rounders is a more common pastime than baseball here in the UK, we can’t help but wish that we knew enough about the sport to give MLB 14 The Show a go. Indeed, it may not be accruing the same amount of press as other PlayStation 4 exclusives like The Order: 1886, but the sporting simulation is still looking...
Become a star
MLB 14 The Show is releasing soon, and with it marks the return of the super popular Road to the Show mode. This feature allows you to create a player that you control and improve as he embarks on a journey to become the next big star to bat in the Major Leagues. And just so that this option doesn't get stale to veterans of Sony's...
Sony San Diego needs a little more time to bowl you over with MLB 14 The Show on the PlayStation 4. Following a press event in North America this week, the developer has revealed that the inaugural next-gen iteration in its critically acclaimed baseball simulation will not arrive until May 2014 – a month or so after the game takes a...
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