Taking an inside look at 'MLB The Show'
Don't just play the game. No, do research, build players and get the full experience
Even a video game can have the virtue of sentiment. I am not of our culture's first generation to grow up with video games. When I was a kid we had Pong, the Model T of video games, which held your interest for only so long before you eventually went back to your shoeboxes full of baseball cards. By the time video games evolved to actually become good enough to get sentimental about, my generation was supposed to be too old to care. However, the "MLB The Show" series, which launched its '11 version ...
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