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Old 01-18-2011, 11:26 PM   #17
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It might just be me, but the new player models have really enhanced the look of the batting stances and the animations.
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Old 01-18-2011, 11:28 PM   #18
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It might just be me, but the new player models have really enhanced the look of the batting stances and the animations.
...and they were still working on them when we left!

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i looked through a few of the threads.... we have an option for both hitting and pitching to either choose the new setup or the old setup right?

other then that love the vid
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One other subtle thing I noticed. On the deep hit off the wall, you can actually see the ball marker on the wall where the ball was going to hit. In past versions the ball marker was always just in front of the fence regardless of if it was going to land right in front of the fence or hit off the wall. Often times i would jump at the fence thinking it was going to be near the top of the fence just to realize that if I hadn't jumped I would have caught the ball on the warning track. Hope this makes sense. Anyways, great subtle addition. Love how the show always notices the small things. Its all these little things that make this game so great.
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Old 01-18-2011, 11:30 PM   #22
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Re: Gameplay footage from MLB 11 The Show - Community Event

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It might just be me, but the new player models have really enhanced the look of the batting stances and the animations.
I was thinking the exact same thing...took the words right out of my mouth.
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Old 01-18-2011, 11:35 PM   #23
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i looked through a few of the threads.... we have an option for both hitting and pitching to either choose the new setup or the old setup right?

other then that love the vid
For batting your options will be: Timing only (all levels now), True Zone, Analog

For Pitching : Meter, Classic, Analog

For Fielding: Classic (buttons), Analog
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- Difficulty was set to Veteren
- Miller Park actually looks better than what was in this video ;-)
- Hitting was via analog, the PCI was there to help me with my timing (shrinks if your timing is off etc)
- re: Pitching, the ball moving down the meter is directly proportional to the pitcher motion. You'll see the release line in different spots depending on the pitcher and f he's out of the stretch or not. Trust me, the analog pitching is AWESOME
- re: Fielding, once you get used to pre-loading your throw, you actually have a lot of time to cancel throws etc, it's very good once you get used to it
- All 3 control schemes can be mixed and matched at ease, also the amount of cameras available, and the fact that you can customize the cameras almost infinitely should please just about everyone.

Like Knight said, they were still working on this stuff after we left. The dedication of the MLB team impressed the hell out of me for my entire time there. You just don't see developers taking the time to listen to the gamers like these guys do, and the immense amount of time that Ramone spends with the community is truly awesome. I'll try to put another video together soon, but we're preparing for our live show this weekend, so my free time is rare this week, and each of the videos needs to be approved by the team before I can post any.
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