I remember when every video game platform had video games for all sports, especially baseball. Now today, video game companies aren't making a lot of sports games. I remember 2K Sports stopped making NHL games and they stopped making MLB after 2K13. The only Major League Baseball game that is available today is MLB The Show, and it's only available for PlayStation. There are no new baseball games for Xbox or Wii. I have an Xbox 360 and Xbox One and I don't get to play baseball on them for the upcoming seasons. I don't know why 2K stopped making Major League Baseball. For that matter, the only sport that 2K makes today is NBA. I wish we could go back to the days of the original Xbox, the Nintendo GameCube, and the PlayStation 2 where there were a lot of sports games and other types of games for those systems. Those days were a lot more fun for gamers. Not to mention, PlayStation had the 989 Sports label, which included NBA Shoot Out, NFL Game Day, NHL Face Off, MLB, NCAA Game Breaker (Football), NCAA Final Four (Basketball), and in 2004, had a game for the Olympics. I miss those games Read more...
Well, this came true recently. Here are the teams that will be moving:
Adirondack Flames-to Stockton, California, now the Stockton Heat
Manchester Monarchs-to Ontario, California, now the Ontario Reign
Norfolk Admirals-to San Diego, now the San Diego Gulls
Oklahoma City Barons-disbanding, new team will be in Bakersfield, California, Bakersfield Condors
Worcester Sharks-moving into San Jose Sharks' arena, now the San Jose Barracudas
For Stockton, Ontario, and Bakersfield, the arenas recently housed the ECHL teams. Those teams will be moving with the exception of Oklahoma City. The Stockton Thunder will be moving to Adirondack, The old Ontario Reign will be moving to Manchester, and another ECHL team will be placed in Norfolk. For the Sharks' affiliate, I think sharing SAP Center is going to be a hassle. I think they should be in the Cow Palace in San Francisco or Oracle Arena in Oakland, call them the San Francisco Sharks or the Oakland Sharks. In fact, there will soon be a new arena in downtown San Francisco that will be built for the Golden State Warriors of the NBA, maybe they can move in there Read more...