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We've posted some great guides on a couple of MLB 15 The Show's pitching interfaces (Meter, Pulse), but we're interested in which interface you are using. In our poll last year, Meter was the easy favorite with 40% of you responding that you were using it.

So let's find out which you like most this year, what pitching interface is getting the bulk of your use this season? Sound off by voting in our poll and comment on if your favorite changed this year or not!

Game: MLB 15 The ShowReader Score: 9/10 - Vote Now
Platform: PS Vita / PS3 / PS4Votes for game: 31 - View All
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# 1 Wolverines05 @ 06/10/15 05:09 PM
analog all the way man! it offers the most control by far
 
# 2 bxphenom7 @ 06/10/15 06:05 PM
Pulse pitching.
 
# 3 Geolink @ 06/10/15 06:18 PM
Went back to meter. I'm not patient enough with the analog pitching.
 
# 4 Kirby_SCEA @ 06/10/15 06:35 PM
I used to always be a meter guy, but during the development cycle for MLB 15 I started using Analog and fell in love. I think it feels a lot better with the DualShock 4 analog sticks as opposed to those on the 3, and as a former pitcher, I think it offers the best feel for what it's like to pitch. I love that you can physically "hump up" on a pitch by throwing the stick forward harder, and it's definitely the most deterministic pitching interface. I always know why a pitch ended up where it did based on my input. If I make a good pitch, I can truly attribute it to my input and the same can be said for a bad/mistake pitch. that's mostly true for the other interfaces, but sometimes it's not always clear why a pitch went where it did. Just like anyone, there are things I would like to see improved with the Analog interface, and I'll try to push for those , but it has definitely become the only way to pitch for me.
 
# 5 teebee @ 06/10/15 06:40 PM
Trails/Pulse; love the trails similar to how MLBAM does it for Pitch F/X. You can see the release point and break really well instead of guessing with the arrows.

Those guys at MLBAM are geniuses.
 
# 6 Bullit @ 06/10/15 07:11 PM
I use Classic. Pretty much have since '13. Just like the way it take more of a statistical approach along with user input.
 
# 7 charter04 @ 06/10/15 07:25 PM
I'm new to The Show but, analog is my favorite by far. It feels the closest to actually pitching in real life. I love the control it gives.
 
# 8 bigdoc85 @ 06/10/15 08:08 PM
Quote:
Originally Posted by charter04
I'm new to The Show but, analog is my favorite by far. It feels the closest to actually pitching in real life. I love the control it gives.
I fell in love with Analog in MVP NCAA Baseball 07 and can not use anything else now.
 
# 9 jw9036 @ 06/10/15 08:34 PM
PS4 : Classic Pitching / PSVita : Pulse Pitching. I love MLB The Show series, but this year PSVita MLB The Show 15 is terrible (junk), bug, bug, bug......
 
# 10 Armor and Sword @ 06/10/15 09:01 PM
Classic...forever classic.
 
# 11 JKSportsGamer1984 @ 06/10/15 09:47 PM
Classic with all pitching aides turned off including vibration. Only way to go for me.
 
# 12 tril @ 06/10/15 09:49 PM
analog pitching- I just wish we could turn off the analog meter to make it a bit more challenging
 
# 13 Jr. @ 06/11/15 01:07 AM
Classic, always and forever
 
# 14 Sportsworth @ 06/11/15 05:56 AM
Classic... Always have and always will!
 
# 15 AvengedAgainst @ 06/11/15 06:53 AM
I use the Meter, seems like it gives me the best control. My friend isn't good with meters and he uses classic.
 
# 16 brrmikey @ 06/11/15 11:14 AM
Quote:
Originally Posted by tril
analog pitching- I just wish we could turn off the analog meter to make it a bit more challenging
i'm obsessed with removal off all screen clutter that i can, therefore i've learned to enjoy classic. i'm intrigued by analog, but the fact that you can only shrink the size and not turn the visual off completely i've not really used it. tril...even for different reasons i too wish there was an option to turn off the analog pitching meter.
 
# 17 thaSLAB @ 06/11/15 11:53 AM
I moved to the Classic pitching interface this year, after using it during our community day events. I have been a Pulse pitching user since its inception. I really like Classic because of what I feel is a good balance between user input and player attributes... and the ability to even further the clean screen/minimalist effects.
 
# 18 misterkrabz @ 06/11/15 12:15 PM
analog for me.
 
# 19 DJ @ 06/11/15 03:02 PM
Quote:
Originally Posted by Kirby_SCEA
I used to always be a meter guy, but during the development cycle for MLB 15 I started using Analog and fell in love. I think it feels a lot better with the DualShock 4 analog sticks as opposed to those on the 3, and as a former pitcher, I think it offers the best feel for what it's like to pitch. I love that you can physically "hump up" on a pitch by throwing the stick forward harder, and it's definitely the most deterministic pitching interface. I always know why a pitch ended up where it did based on my input. If I make a good pitch, I can truly attribute it to my input and the same can be said for a bad/mistake pitch. that's mostly true for the other interfaces, but sometimes it's not always clear why a pitch went where it did. Just like anyone, there are things I would like to see improved with the Analog interface, and I'll try to push for those , but it has definitely become the only way to pitch for me.
Not a former pitcher (unless you count Little League relief), but agree with everything said here. Having a blast with Analog this year.
 
# 20 LowerWolf @ 06/11/15 03:06 PM
Classic, for the clean screen. I even turned the pitch cursor off this year.
 

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