MLB 2K12 Previews - PS2

MLB 2K12
Game Description:They say the baseball season is a marathon, not a sprint. Here's your chance to see if you can dig in and make it to the finish line. For the first time, experience an MLB season as it unfolds, taking the helm of your favorite team and playing your own virtual season right alongside the actual 2012 schedule. A Dynamic Tendency System tracks your style just like an opposing scout would, forcing you to adjust your approach from game to game and at-bat to at-bat. The top-flight feature set includes highly realistic controls, pro-level scouting reports, a new Throw Meter that lets you gamble for speed over accuracy, and much more.
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MLB 2K12 Previews

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    MLB 2K12 Gameplay Preview


    MLB 2K12 releases on the cusp of the new MLB season with a focus on realism. 2K Sports' Chris Snyder gives Adam Sessler details on real-life player movement, an enhanced My Player mode, and an MLB Today Season mode that plays alongside the real season.

    Posted: Mar 5, 2012 | 3,290 Views | 02:57

  • MLB 2K12 "Perfect Game Challenge" Tutorial Video

    Posted: March 29, 2012

    1,917 Views | 06:04

  • MLB 2K12 Video Review

    Posted: March 19, 2012

    4,784 Views | 03:05

  • MLB 2K12 Gameplay Preview

    Posted: March 5, 2012

    3,290 Views | 02:57

  • MLB 2K12 Gameplay Trailer

    Posted: February 28, 2012

    2,560 Views | 07:52

  • MLB 2K12 Perfect Game Challenge Trailer

    Posted: February 7, 2012

    2,061 Views | 01:11


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