MLB 14 The Show Developers Simulate The All-Star Game: Who Takes Home Bragging Rights And Home Field Advantage?
The development team at Sony's San Diego studio simulated the MLB All-Star Game using its game, MLB 14: The Show.
SCE San Diego Community Manager Ramone Russell took to the PlayStation Blog to post a highlight video of the simulation, which you can watch below. It's the National League that will come out on top according to the simulation, though it required an extra inning to seal the win.
"The Reds' Todd Frazier was the hero for the NL in the top of the 10th as he launched a two-run home run to straight away center to put his team on top 5-3," the post reads. "In the bottom of the 10th, Frazier's teammate Aroldis Chapman shut the door and earned the National League a 5-3 win, and home field advantage in the 2014 World Series."
There's a more complete recount of the game on the PS Blog in the link above if you're interested, though you'd probably be more entertained watching it in video form. The developers also want you to know the game will keep improving, with work constantly being done to make the experience better.
"San Diego Studio is constantly working on improving your gameplay in MLB 14: The Show. Therefore, we want you all to know that we continue to work on improving online stability. We have just completed a patch and are working to get it through final testing for public release. We plan to have more information soon."