By Matt Birchler
I've been writing here since 2010! Back when personal blogs were all the rage. Kids, ask your parents.

You Probably Want to Skip MLB The Show 15

I'm still not sold on this year's MLB The Show, which sounds like the laziest update to a sports game I've seen in a while. Here's what they're advertising:

  • Licensed Equipment - Yup, this is the first listed feature everywhere you look at the game. What the hell? This just sounds like they're going to have more micro-transactions.
  • Year-to-year saves - You can continue your franchise you started on MLB 14. Basically, you can keep playing the same game but pay $60 for the privilege.
  • Legends - Each MLB team will have a legend that you can play as.

Here's what I said in my review of the game from last year:

However, everything else is lifted straight from the older game. Even some of the commentary is lifted from the 2012 edition of the game (the last one I owned). While all of their efforts seem to have gone to making the game look great, I hope that their energy for next year goes towards making the game play better.

We're still waiting to hear more about the game, but it appears that the in-game portions of The Show 15 will be basically the same as what we had last year.

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