Iâ€™m not one to admit when I do wrong; it makes me feel embarrassed and sometimes a bit ashamed. This is why this following post is difficult for me to write.
Last night I had sports writer Mikey Savaloja over for a video game session and we played â€œMLB The Show 10.â€ Please allow the following nerdspeak.
This baseball video game is by far and away the most realistic thing ever created as far as baseball games go. There is a Road to the Show mode where you create your own player, go through entire seasons and strive to achieve Major League stardom.
Well I achieved it, but ended up saving over it last night thus deleting close to 100 hours of dedicated play. Thatâ€™s right 100 hours.
It reminds me of the time in college where I spent an entire summer slaving away at â€œGran Turismo 3â€ only to walk away with an 80 percent plus completion status. The following semester the memory card was stolen and all was lost.
If I could put a picture of my face with my palm securely in it on here I more than would. But Iâ€™m stretched today.
Eh, you know what? Just going back at it is the best part of these games, Iâ€™m going to lace up my virtual spikes and get back out there, with multiple save points.