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MLB 14 The Show PS4 Trailer Revealed

Ramone Russell's Avatar + Posted by Ramone Russell on Apr 17, 2014

We know there’s a great deal of anticipation to witness the next generation of baseball video games, and we’re proud to unveil the first trailer for MLB 14 The Show on PS4.

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PlayStation Blogcast Episode 116: Mad About Shu

Sid Shuman's Avatar + Posted by Sid Shuman on Apr 11, 2014

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PlayStation’s World Wide Studios President Shuhei Yoshida joins us for this week’s epic show, dishing out his thoughts on Dark Souls II, Project Morpheus, and his current favorite games. Plus: New details on MLB 14 The Show on PS4, next week’s new releases and much more. Buy now!

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Watch MLB 14 The Show on PS4 Live, Today

Ramone Russell's Avatar + Posted by Ramone Russell on Apr 10, 2014

The Dodgers and the Giants have the longest standing rivalry in baseball. Over 2,300 matchups; only 22 wins separating the two teams. In the tradition of this rivalry, MLB 14 The Show — in partnership with IGN — would like to start a new one… Puig vs. Pence. On Monday, April 14th at 11:00 AM Pacific, San Francisco Giants Right Fielder Hunter Pence and Los Angeles Dodgers Right Fielder Yasiel Puig will face off in MLB 14 The Show for PS4.

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Hands-on with MLB 14 The Show on PS4

Ryan Clements's Avatar + Posted by Ryan Clements on Apr 08, 2014

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Big and small. Those two words best describe the visual improvements San Diego Studio has implemented in MLB 14 The Show on PS4. From the detailed stitching and fabric of a glove to the 4x texture resolution of entire stadiums, the team has pushed itself — and PS4 — to create an unrivaled experience in baseball.

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Stadium Comparison: MLB 14 The Show on PS4

JT Pierce's Avatar + Posted by JT Pierce on Apr 07, 2014

Happy Monday! We’re excited to share this first extended look at MLB 14 The Show on PS4. In this dev diary, Ramone Russell, Community Manager and Game Designer, shows off some of the improvements and graphical upgrades the team at San Diego Studio has made to the environments of some of the most storied and iconic stadiums in all of baseball.

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MLB 14 The Show Out Today on PS3, PS Vita

Chris Cutliff's Avatar + Posted by Chris Cutliff on Apr 01, 2014

The Major League Baseball season has started, so now it’s time to see how your team will do when you’re controlling all of the action as MLB 14 The Show launches today on PS3 and PS Vita. The Show is the highest rated sports video game over the past eight years, and we at San Diego Studio want The Show to keep getting better, because we think baseball is better. We feel incredibly fortunate that our game will be available across three different platforms this year, so that every PlayStation gamer can experience all of the new additions that we incorporated into The Show.

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The Drop: New PlayStation Releases for April 1st, 2014

Ryan Clements's Avatar + Posted by Ryan Clements on Mar 30, 2014

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The thrill and spectacle of America’s pastime is returning to PlayStation this week in a colossal launch. MLB 14 The Show comes to PS3 and PS Vita, alongside Mercenary Kings on PS4.

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Road to The Show: The Evolution Continues in MLB 14 The Show

Kirby St. John's Avatar + Posted by Kirby St. John on Mar 17, 2014

Hey everyone, I’m Kirby St. John, a designer with the MLB The Show development team. My main focus year-to-year is improving and evolving one of our most popular modes, Road to The Show. The mode made some big strides last year, especially in terms of gameplay and presentation, but for MLB 14, we really wanted to focus on the logic and systems that govern the mode in an effort to allow for more variety and less restrictions. We also wanted to provide some new experiences never seen before in RTTS. The video touched on a lot of topics, but in this blog I will expand on what was introduced there and discuss some of the exciting things that were only briefly mentioned.

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