MLB 10: The Show for PlayStation 3
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MLB 10: The Show

Mar 2, 2010
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About this game

Content Rating: Everyone

Summary

MLB 10: The Show is set again to provide fans with a first-rate baseball experience via even more features and modes destined to quicken the heart, raise the stakes, and hurl you further into a true MLB baseball experience. The long awaited Home Run Derby leads the deep features list in MLB 10: The Show. Fully implemented in the season modes and available as a stand alone feature, Home Run Derby follows the current MLB rules. The MLB All-Star Futures Game is also available within season modes in its correct timeframe, as well as fully functional online leagues.

Critic Reviews

8 Reviews
8.43
Thomas WilliamsMar 23, 2010
Growing up I dreamed of one day playing baseball in the MLB. While I am still waiting on that call, MLB 10: The Show is the closest you’ll ever come to experience playing baseball for a Major League Team. The sheer polish and level of detail mostly overcome the share of problems that hinder it. They don’t stop this from being one of the years best sports titles and the premier baseball game for PlayStation 3 owners.
Brett ToddMar 10, 2010
It's not hard to level complaints at MLB 10: The Show, but that's because the fundamentals of the game are so good that the bad points really stand out. There is room to make things better, especially given the online bugs, issues with pitching, problems with computer batters, and the too-long load times in Road to the Show. Nevertheless, this is still a great game that gets both the big and small pictures largely right, as well as presents a portrait of baseball that is uncannily realistic.
Game TrailersMar 31, 2010
MLB 10: The Show's improvements since last year's version are more skips than strides. Online play is better but still needs work, there are no meaningful updates to the play mechanics, and the game modes are essentially the same, save for the home run derby. Factor in some occasional freezing glitches, and you are left with a game that struggles to clear the high bar set by the previous installments. Given the franchise's near impeccable record, it's hard not to expect more.

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