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MLB 2K10 Previews - Xbox 360

Game Description: Major League Baseball 2K10 celebrates baseball's core battle: pitchers vs. hitters. Improved pitching mechanics and right-stick swing controls let you pound the strike zone and rake like a pro, along with a totally revamped fielding system, hundreds of new signature animations and a star player rating system that brings the action to life like never before.
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    All Access: MLB 2K10 Evan Longoria Interview

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    Blair Herter talks with Tampa Bay Rays third baseman and 'MLB 2K10' cover athlete Evan Longoria about being on the cover of the game, his hand in its development, and having fans vote on which picture will be the eventual cover image.

    Posted: Dec 2, 2009 | 4,664 Views | 02:44


  • MLB 2K10 Review

    Posted: March 9, 2010

    4,780 Views | 03:03

  • MLB 2K10 Opus Trailer

    Posted: March 2, 2010

    1,160 Views | 02:50

  • MLB 2K10 The Sounds of a Living Season Trailer

    Posted: March 1, 2010

    564 Views | 03:33

  • MLB 2K10 Nelson Cruz vs. Andrew Bailey Trailer

    Posted: March 1, 2010

    4,023 Views | 01:03

  • MLB 2K10 Direct-Feed Developer Walkthrough

    Posted: February 25, 2010

    12,182 Views | 23:44

 


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