The MLB 18 stubs hot stove has
Baseball is in kind of a weird place right now. The MLB 18 stubs hot stove has hardly flickered, the largest trade being Giancarlo Stanton's (admittedly massive) proceed to the New York Yankees. Otherwise marquee free agents like Yu Darvish remain on the sidelines. But we could happily continue to count on the excellence of Sony San Diego's MLB The Show, that will once more be trotting out to the mound this March.
As information continues to trickle out in the run-up into MLB The Show's launch, here are five observations about which Sony San Diego is working for this year.I am a fan of the Minnesota Twins, a midsized baseball club that is mostly known for getting its throat stepped on by the New York Yankees--a much larger ball club. This past year the Twins miraculously made the playoffs just to get unceremoniously annihilated by the same Yankees. My lasting memory of that game is that the repeated shots to the so-called"Judge's Chambers," where fans dressed waved"All Rise!" signs. It got... a little old after a while.
This season the very Yankees-centric buy MLB The Show 18 Stubs will soon be integrating all of this in the presentation, which means I get to view it from my video games today, too. And all I can say is,"Yay for me." But in all seriousness, MLB The Display has always been pretty good about conveying the atmosphere of the ballpark--by the taunts in the audience to the way the Minnie & Paul signal lights up at Goal Field--but more is obviously better. Even... sigh... if it means hearing "All Rise!" 20 times per game.
The new presentation elements are excellent and will make me hate everything forever