Another spring has brought with it a new baseball season and an accompanying installment in your favorite baseball video game franchise…or maybe your only choice. Major League Baseball options on …
A post on the Xbox Wire website reveals both new and updated apps for Xbox 360 and Xbox One.
The lion’s share of the coverage details the Major League Gaming (MLG) app’s release on Xbox 360. With this app, Xbox Live Gold subscribers can view live streams of gaming tournaments, access an eSport report, as well as take in other original programming. The most recent broadcast was for the Call of Duty Championship, which included a $1 million prize for the winning team. Development of an Xbox One version is currently in progress.
Also on its way to Xbox One is MLB.TV. Previously released and refreshed on Xbox 360, users who subscribe to both Xbox Live Gold and MLB.TV premium can watch all out-of-market regular season games for the 2014 season.
MLB Bobblehead Pros was developed by Power Pros Production and published by Konami. It was released on July 6, 2011 for 800 MSP.
Not many MLB games are on Xbox Live Arcade, with only one being currently available, MLB Stickball. MLB Bobblehead Pros tries to add drollery to baseball, but unfortunately falls short of being even a little humorous. With lackluster gameplay, creepy player models and features being locked up as future DLC, MLB Bobblehead Pros is a poor attempt at making an arcade baseball game.