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MLB 2K12: New Trailer, Demo, and RV Tour, Oh My!
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MLB 2K12: New Trailer, Demo, and RV Tour, Oh My!

by Samuel LeDouxMarch 1, 2012

Hey baseball fans! Samuel here with the latest news on 2K’s MLB 2K12. The first thing we have is an 8 minute trailer of pure gameplay.

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Did that excite you? Well there’s two ways to get a taste of the new game’s “enhanced pitching” mode. One is downloading the new demo now available on Xbox Live here. Another way to practice for $1 Million Perfect Game Challenge is to follow the MLB 2K12 RV tour starting March 9th. Here’s a list of stops from the press release.

March 9                         Surprise, AZ – Surprise Stadium
        Host: Texas Rangers

March 10                       Glendale, AZ – Camelback Ranch (Games @ 12:05 PM and 6:05 PM)
        Host: Chicago White Sox

March 11                       Tempe, AZ – Tempe Diablo Stadium
        Host: Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim

March 15                       Tempe, AZ – Tempe Diablo Stadium
        Host: Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim

March 16                       Surprise, AZ – Surprise Stadium (11 AM)
        Host: Kansas City Royals

        Phoenix, AZ – Phoenix Municipal Stadium (5 PM)
        Host: Oakland Athletics

March 18                       Maryvale, AZ – Maryvale Baseball Park
        Host: Milwaukee Brewers

March 22                       Goodyear, AZ – Goodyear Ballpark
        Host: Cincinnati Reds

March 23                       Tucson, AZ – Kino Veterans Memorial Stadium
        Host: Chicago White Sox

March 24                       Mesa, AZ – Hohokam Park
        Host: Chicago Cubs

March 25                       Goodyear, AZ – Goodyear Ballpark
        Host: Cleveland Indians

March 29                       Tempe, AZ – Tempe Diablo Stadium
        Host: Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim

March 30                       Glendale, AZ – Camelback Ranch
        Host: Los Angeles Dodgers

April 6-7                        Anaheim, CA – Angel Stadium of Anaheim
        Host: Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim

April 9-10                      Oakland, CA – Overstock.com Coliseum
        Host: Oakland Athletics

April 14-15                    Los Angeles, CA – Dodger Stadium
        Host: Los Angeles Dodgers

April 20                         Houston, TX – Minute Maid Park
        Host: Houston Astros

April 24-25                    St. Petersburg, FL – Tropicana Field
Host: Tampa Bay Rays

April 29                         Atlanta, GA – Turner Field
        Host: Atlanta Braves

May 1                           Cincinnati, OH – Great American Ball Park
       Host: Cincinnati Reds

May 4-5                        Detroit, MI – Comerica Park
Host: Detroit Tigers

May 7                           Baltimore, MD – Oriole Park at Camden Yards
       Host: Baltimore Orioles

May 9-10                     New York, NY – MLB FanCave

May 12                         Philadelphia, PA – Citizens Bank Park
Host: Philadelphia Phillies

May 14-15                   Flushing, NY – Citi Field
Host: New York Mets

May 19-20                   Washington, D.C. – Nationals Park
Host: Washington Nationals

May 22                         Pittsburgh, PA – PNC Park
Host: Pittsburgh Pirates

May 26-27                    Chicago, IL – U.S. Cellular Field
        Host: Chicago White Sox

May 29                         Minneapolis, MN – Target Field
       Host: Minnesota Twins

June 5-6                        Kansas City, MO – Kauffman Stadium
       Host: Kansas City Royals

June 9-10                      St. Louis, MO – Busch Stadium
Host: St. Louis Cardinals

July 6-10                      Kansas City, MO – MLB All-Star FanFest

 

Please Remember dates are subject to change so check www.2ksports.com/mlb2k12/tour and if you want more information on “$1 Million Perfect Game Challenge” go to www.2ksports.com/perfectclub.

What are your thoughts on the looks of the new pitching mode? Did  you Download the demo and have thoughts? Are you now going on the RV tour? Let us know in the comments!

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Samuel LeDoux
  • jana

    when u flip on the intrnet fr ps3 does it issue if u dont know the sicurity code? what will happen

  • mendhak

    can anyone let me borrow there mlb tv email and password so i can watch mets games! i promise i wont give it to anybody!
    yes im serious lol

  • Rishabh Bajpai

    I just started racing demo derby cars and even thou the rules say no reinforcement I know people do it. I am just looking for ways people can reinforce there cars, mostly engines so I can last longer. Any tips, skills advice would be awsome! Thanks.

  • Eric

    Im playing mlb 2k12 and i hit the ball in the gap and my player is jogging how do i make him go faster?

  • zigg3ns

    I know what they use demo clubs for, but is there a real differnence in performance between a regular and demo?

  • Agent 47

    I am trying to help someone who has a Bachelors of Science in Mass Communications with a concentration in digital animation get a job doing graphic design or animation. What is more important for a job candidate to have when applying to jobs in this field- a portfolio or a demo reel? I thought a demo reel was kind of like a portfolio, but I know nothing about this industry and I am trying to be helpful. Thank you!

  • Nick

    I have a psp-3000 and a PSN account. I really want to download a Demo for my psp coz I’m planning to buy a umd. Will you please give me some instructions on how can I download demos in the PSN? Thanks.
    Also, I don’t have a wi-fi connection.

  • Duke

    I have an xbox 360 and downloaded a Dragon Ball z Raging Blast demo. I cannot afford to get the game and i would like to unlock more characters other then Goku, Piccolo and Raditz. Could someone please teach me how to unlock characters in the demo, or how to get the whole game for free on xbox live. Thanks.

  • Picean

    I have been making music for 15+ years and I finally feel like my new material is ready to send out to the major labels. My new project has only been together for a year but we are selling out shows left and right and people seem to really be digging the material. We have two singles available on itunes, and besides sending a press kit and our demo. I have no idea what to do or where to send things. Anyone know of addresses or a good source for this kind of thing?