Check out the all new total control pitching and hitting gameplay introduced in this year’s MLB 2K10.
“Work the corners – Based on each pitcherâ€™s mechanics and official scouting reports, Total Control Pitching lets you put the ball exactly where you want it — provided you keep a close eye on your pitch count.”
“Work the count – With Total Control Hitting you can time your swing to hit for power, put the ball in play or take a defensive cut. Batter’s Eye uses a hitterâ€™s real-life eye rating to help you identify Fastballs, Breaking Balls and Off Speed pitches before they get to the plate.”
2K’s MLB 2K10 launches on March 2nd for Xbox360, PS3, PS2, PSP, Nintendo DS, and PC. It will be interesting to see who wins the MLB simulation race this year between Sony’s MLB 10: The Show and 2K’s MLB 2K10 but both are looking very good and shaping up to be some awesome baseball games.