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‘MLB The Show 17’ Review: Small Improvements Make This Great Game Even Better

Every year when The Show comes out, I follow the same routine: Create a new player from scratch and head into Road to the Show. This year, my mountain-man bearded, 6’4″, 220-pound first baseman from Florida (you can’t select Toronto for some reason) wasn’t doing very well in the showcase games where you get scouted for the upcoming draft. Even though he looked like a bearded hulk, he couldn’t hit water if he fell out of a boat and ended up being projected to go late 2nd/early 3rd round. I wasn’t happy about it, but ended up being drafted late by the Houston Astros. Then something happened. Read the rest of this entry


Empowering and Relevant, New Series “Pitch” Starts Strong

With a strong plot and great characters, Pitch gets off to a good start in its pilot episode. Read more after the jump!

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MLB 16: The Show – RTTS revamped and better than ever.

I play this game for one reason, mostly: Road to the Show.

I’ll be clear, Sony San Diego has added a TON of exciting new gameplay modes to MLB 16, and now that the servers are up and I can get into the other game modes I’ll get a review up for them as well as I play through them, but this review is going to focus on RTTS.

Read on after the jump!

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Watch With Amanda: What’s on TV this week? July 9 – 15

This week: Breaking Bad returns!!

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Mat Langford’s Gaming World – Sony’s E3 Presentation Rundown!

Sony took the stage at 9pm EST (6pm PST) Monday night.

Typical of Sony, they opened with a huge cinematic show, featuring all of their characters and IP’s to a soundtrack of…you guessed it: Dubstep. Seems to be the popular choice this year.

Jack Tretton, President and CEO of Sony Entertainment then took the stage. He started with thanks to the gamers. He thanked them for their loyalty and their dedication to the brand. He also thanked Kaz Hirai, President and CEO of Sony Corp. who stood up and received a short standing ovation.

Then the show kicked into high gear.

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