Major League Baseball 2K9 Previews - Xbox 360

Game Description:When it comes to accuracy, 2K Sports "paints the corners" as well as anyone. So get ready for the return of baseball season with more detail than ever in MLB 2K9. Inside Edge uses six years of scouting to predict player tendencies. Living rosters automatically adjust to real-life trades and other lineup changes. A new postseason mode lets you get right to the good stuff, skipping the 162-game season and going right to the playoffs. Create your own ballplayers with the new Player DNA feature, then share them - and your best highlight plays - through 2K Share. You'll also find improvements in Franchise Mode, more advanced Swing Stick batting control, a new broadcast team, and more on the diamond this year.
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    Hands On Preview: Major League Baseball 2K9


    In this Hands On, Jonathan Rivera and Erick Boenisch from Visual Concepts stop by to preview the new multiplatform game 'Major League Baseball 2K9'. Learn about the game's simplified controls and progression system.

    Posted: Feb 17, 2009 | 7,280 Views | 06:17 | 1 Comment

  • Major League Baseball 2K9 Signature Style

    Posted: April 9, 2009

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  • Major League Baseball 2K9 Lincecum Opus

    Posted: March 6, 2009

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  • Major League Baseball 2K9 Review

    Posted: March 4, 2009

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  • Major League Baseball 2K9 Direct-Feed Developer Walkthrough

    Posted: February 19, 2009

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