MLB 10 The Show PSP Review Posted on Mar 19, 2010 at 4:25 AM · by SoHood 2 MLB 10 The Show Game Review SoHood.com Reviewed by: Mario Diaz Format: PSP Game Rating: 3.0/5.0 MLB 10: The Show for PSP is the best baseball game on the hand-held, that’s not really saying much, as you probably already know that coming in to this review, but whats a little alarming is that little to nothing has changed from MLB 09: The show. Everything remains the Same: The graphics from what I can gather are still the same as far as the Players detail and animations. The batting, fielding, and pitching are still the same, noticeably the new features that are included in the PS3 version did not make it to the PSP. Case in point, playing as a catcher and calling pitches in The Road To The Show is not available here, that’s really a shame. In case your wondering, the rosters of every Major League baseball teams are updated, as well as any new uniforms, new stadiums that were introduced since last year. One interesting improvement is the New personalized batting stances, which allows you to customize the batting stance you want to bat with. Overall, MLB 10: The Show is still a force to be reckon with, you get an authentic and realistic experience all in the palms of your hands. Too bad it feels exactly the same as last year though. About the Game: Published by: Sony Computer Entertainment Developed by: Sony Computer Entertainment Genre: Sports Release Date: US: March 3, 2010 MSRP: $39.99 TwitterFacebookGooglePinterestTumblr Chris This game is exactly the same as MLB 09. The only differences is the rosters, batting stances, and stadiums. On Road to the Show, it is even harder to get a hit than it was in 09, and when you’re hitting for example a fly ball, it doesn’t show where it is going to fall. I wasted 40 bucks and I would recommend buying the 2009 version because this game just takes one step back from it’s predecessor. Earl You may have wanted to mention in your review that the game has removed almost all online functionality including the ability to update rosters. Terrible, not to mention baffling move by Sony.