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The 83rd edition of the Press Row Podcast tackles two big events happening this week – the release of MLB 14 The Show on the PS4 and the NFL Draft. Up first is a group of Press Row regulars Owen Good, Bryan Wiedey, and TJ Lauerman joining host Rich Grisham for a lively discussion of their initial impressions of the PS4 release of MLB 14 The Show. After that, Rich is joined by Joe Allread, a Madden NFL producer, who describes the plans that his ground has to add in all of the key NFL Draft rookies into Madden Ultimate Team. Whether you’re playing baseball or football these days, Press Row has you covered.

Joining us this week:
  • Owen Good, Polygon (@owengood)
  • Bryan Wiedey, PastaPadre (@pastapadre)
  • TJ Lauerman, ThatSportsGamer (@ThatSportsGamer)
  • Joe Allread, EA Sports (@palejo)
  • And your host, Richard Grisham, [email protected] (@richgrisham)
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Run Time: 1 Hour, 41 Minutes

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# 1 Turbojugend @ 05/09/14 01:13 PM
Great podcast, nice insight on MLB/PS4. I'm a bit more ecstatic about this year's release than most of the panel, but I think that's because -- like nearly everyone else out there -- I'm only playing one console version this year. I never touched the PS3 version (or the Vita version for that matter), so there's a lot more to get excited about.

Someone (I think Brian) mentioned being able to adjust stadium lighting with the d-pad. Can this somehow be linked to improving lighting in the darkened night stadiums (Busch, etc.)? Just a thought.
 

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