Earlier this week, I gave you a first-look, hands-on preview of MLB 10 The Show. In it, I discussed some of the improvements and additions that Sony San Diego is bringing to the game, including the new Catcher Mode, a better Road to the Show experience, and a replay editor called Movie Maker. In case you didn’t believe me, here’s something that may put some weight behind my words: Pastapadre obtained an image of the game’s back cover, and it advertises all the features I mentioned in my preview. (Check out the full-size image for yourself in the gallery below, along with a new screenshot of Alex Rodriguez.)
Of course, this may not be the final back-of-the-box image. It gives a rundown of why Sony thinks people should buy MLB 10 -- classic stadiums, improvements to online play, and All-Star break additions. Of note is the unfortunate listing of a five-gigabyte hard drive installation, which is the same size of the install that MLB 09 required. You’d think the load times would be a bit better since the game doesn’t have to stream all that data from the disc; hopefully we’ll be doing less waiting in MLB 10.
MLB 10 The Show, with the Minnesota Twins’ Joe Mauer on its cover, will be making its way to store shelves in March for the PS3, PS2, and PSP.
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