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In the 158th episode of the Press Row Podcast, Rich Grisham, Bryan Wiedey, and Owen Good chat about a number of topics as the current sports game year gets into high gear. Owen weighs in on last week's discussion about a wishlist for next year's MLB The Show, Bryan discusses the nifty new content for Rocket League, and then the entire crew breaks down the significance of the new, large patches for both Madden NFL 16 and NBA 2K16. What does the extensive support of these titles mean to consumers these days, and what does it mean when other titles are not supported as much?

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Run Time: 1 Hour, 6 Minutes

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# 1 Jv160 @ 11/22/15 09:26 AM
I'll like to see some improvement in the show and I guess some of the improvement could be on the fundamental side of baseball. I just posted the them in the the 2016 wishlist thread
 
# 2 Jv160 @ 11/22/15 09:50 AM
Please take a look, they're at page 11
 
# 3 Jv160 @ 11/22/15 07:59 PM
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Originally Posted by Jv160
I'll like to see some improvement in the show and I guess some of the improvement could be on the fundamental side of baseball. I just posted the them in the the 2016 wishlist thread
lol. I posted them in the 2016 wishlist thread. (Page 11)Community Manager Russell_SCEA actually said they prototype one of my suggestions but it didn't make a difference because of the ball size.
 

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