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MLB 10: The Show
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MLB 10: The Show is a baseball simulation video game created by Sony Computer Entertainment's San Diego division. It is the latest installment of the MLB: The Show series of video games, which is the longest officially licensed baseball simulation game on the PlayStation. The game is made for Sony's own PlayStation 3, PlayStation 2, and PlayStation Portable. It is the direct successor to MLB 09: The Show, and was released on March 2, 2010. The game presents a number of new features, including catcher mode Home Run Derby.

Depending of gameplay mode, the player has the ability to control all or one of the players in the game at a time, and are given the option of playing as all of the MLB teams as well as Double A and Triple A minor league teams. There are single and multiplayer modes as well as an online gaming feature through the PlayStation Network, which has been vastly improved in this version of the series including online player matching. Stability took a step backwards with a roughly 1:4 crash ratio of the 'Play Now' player matching feature, which did not occur in any of the previous versions.

Source: Wikipedia, "MLB 10: The Show", available under the CC-BY-SA License.

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