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Another GameStop MLB Monday has arrived. Check out the latest MLB 15 The Show video, showing off the graphical and stadium improvements in the game.

If you missed it, click here to watch the first video focusing on the new digital economy system, their exclusive pre-order bonus and more.

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# 1 HypoLuxa13 @ 03/23/15 03:14 PM
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Originally Posted by bigwill33
Nice! But did notice they only showed the grass at Wrigley. Makes me worried.
Ramone already confirmed they had to take out the video boards (even though they originally had completed them and were in the game). We assume for legal reasons since in real life they have pending legal actions from the rooftop owners...
 
# 2 elfdutch @ 03/23/15 03:16 PM
wow, simply wow!


This looks amazing. If it looks like this on the ps4 graphics have indeed taken a huge leap.


This looks more like a very high end pc game instead of a console game!
 
# 3 ShowTyme15 @ 03/23/15 03:23 PM
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Originally Posted by bigwill33
I'm aware of all of that. But don't you find it peculiar that we haven't seen any shots of wrigley to this point? Why can't we see what it looks like since the game is finished?
I wouldn't really worry about it. Minus the video boards all that is left is the Bleacher expansion, OF lights, and the OF signs (Which all of that was seen in the Summer wind Trailer). The Ivy also changes color now as well.
 
# 4 Bp2 Triz @ 03/23/15 03:45 PM
can't wait! .... Hoping Progressive Field looks halfway decent for once
 
# 5 HypoLuxa13 @ 03/23/15 03:52 PM
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Originally Posted by bigwill33
I'm aware of all of that. But don't you find it peculiar that we haven't seen any shots of wrigley to this point? Why can't we see what it looks like since the game is finished?
Well, I just kind of figured they've not shown anything else of Wrigley since they had to remove them because there would be so much typical internet outcry of "U SAID THE VIDEO BORDZ WERE IN DE GAME DIZ YEER, I ONLY PRE ORDERD DA GAME CUZ I WANTED 2 SEE UPDATED WRIGLEY, U STOLE MY MONEYZ!"

...though I'm sure plenty of people will still cry when they load up the game next Tuesday and don't see the video boards in Wrigley.
 
# 6 JHedges2 @ 03/23/15 04:18 PM
Game looks incredible. Seriously this is the LONGEST week . . .
 
# 7 Hockeynut99 @ 03/23/15 04:44 PM
Do they wet the dirt every 3 innings or so?
 
# 8 Hockeynut99 @ 03/23/15 04:48 PM
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Originally Posted by bigwill33
No, just at the start of the game, or if it rains.
Oh ok that is weak but not a big deal.
 
# 9 HozAndMoose @ 03/23/15 04:50 PM
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Originally Posted by Hockeynut99
Oh ok that is weak but not a big deal.
That how it is in real life.....
 
# 10 HypoLuxa13 @ 03/23/15 04:54 PM
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Originally Posted by Hockeynut99
Oh ok that is weak but not a big deal.
Maybe you're confusing wetting the dirt with when the grounds crew drags the infield dirt to smooth it out in the 3rd and 6th inning at many parks?
 
# 11 Hockeynut99 @ 03/23/15 04:55 PM
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Originally Posted by HozAndMoose
That how it is in real life.....
Oh really? In AT and T park they seem to water it down every three innings. Maybe the wind is bad there
 
# 12 ajblithe20 @ 03/23/15 04:56 PM
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Originally Posted by HozAndMoose
That how it is in real life.....
Unless I'm going crazy, the Orioles grounds crew wets the dirt at least once during the game in between innings.
 
# 13 HozAndMoose @ 03/23/15 05:00 PM
Every game i have been to at the K they jsut wet it before the game and then drag these around every few innings.
 
# 14 Lisac @ 03/23/15 05:01 PM
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Originally Posted by HypoLuxa13
Ramone already confirmed they had to take out the video boards (even though they originally had completed them and were in the game). We assume for legal reasons since in real life they have pending legal actions from the rooftop owners...
Actually the Videoboard will be up for opening day in LF. The legal issues are with the RF board. Kinda sucks they had to take them both out!
 
# 15 HypoLuxa13 @ 03/23/15 05:28 PM
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Originally Posted by Lisac
Actually the Videoboard will be up for opening day in LF. The legal issues are with the RF board. Kinda sucks they had to take them both out!
Yeah, read something today about one owner on Sheffield that owns 3 buildings is the only one who is actually suing, and they are in court today. Cubs are asking to dismiss based on several factors. "Experts" agree the Cubs will most likely win any lawsuits that are allowed to go forward, should the judge not dismiss.
 
# 16 Cowboy008 @ 03/23/15 05:28 PM
Nice video. Wish they would have shown the Trop though.
 
# 17 Ghost Of The Year @ 03/23/15 06:11 PM
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Originally Posted by HypoLuxa13
Yeah, read something today about one owner on Sheffield that owns 3 buildings is the only one who is actually suing, and they are in court today. Cubs are asking to dismiss based on several factors. "Experts" agree the Cubs will most likely win any lawsuits that are allowed to go forward, should the judge not dismiss.
Cubs should countersue & SCEA should sue owner on Sheffield that owns 3 buildings for damages IMO
 
# 18 spidertour02 @ 03/23/15 06:23 PM
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Originally Posted by HypoLuxa13
Yeah, read something today about one owner on Sheffield that owns 3 buildings is the only one who is actually suing, and they are in court today. Cubs are asking to dismiss based on several factors. "Experts" agree the Cubs will most likely win any lawsuits that are allowed to go forward, should the judge not dismiss.
Hmm. The question is, since the boards are already designed for the game, will they be patched in, or is that too much of an alteration to make it into this year's game?
 
# 19 MrOldboy @ 03/23/15 06:28 PM
The Wrigley issues are disappointing, but understandable. If there was any legal pressure easier to just remove them both. In the end though Wrigley will likely end up being the worst represented stadium in the game in terms of comparison to real life. A similar addition didn't make it into the game a few years back and I enjoyed the game just fine, although I'll admit that two huge video boards are sort of another level. I know why it can't happen after Ramone's comments, but it would have been much easier to swallow if they could patch in an updated version of the stadium once the real life one has the video boards up.

If they wanted to go the extra mile they could have made the bleachers empty for the first part of the season. Dynamic crowds!
 
# 20 Lisac @ 03/23/15 06:29 PM
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Originally Posted by HypoLuxa13
Yeah, read something today about one owner on Sheffield that owns 3 buildings is the only one who is actually suing, and they are in court today. Cubs are asking to dismiss based on several factors. "Experts" agree the Cubs will most likely win any lawsuits that are allowed to go forward, should the judge not dismiss.
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Originally Posted by spidertour02
Hmm. The question is, since the boards are already designed for the game, will they be patched in, or is that too much of an alteration to make it into this year's game?
This maybe a good question to ask Ramone on a separate thread. They already had it in and took it out that easy wonder if it would be that easy to put back in. It's still a head scratcher that they took out the one in LF when it's already been ok'd and going to be up for opening day!
 

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