2K Sports has announced a new champion in the MLB 2K12 Perfect Game Challenge. The winner, 21-year-old Christopher Gilmore who is a pitcher at Brevard Community College in Cocoa, Florida, will be featured in a 30-minute special on Spike TV on May 24 and awarded $1 million for winning a live, single-elimination tournament at the MLB Fan Cave in New York City. Gilmore went head-to-head in the tournament against Charles Bates of Conway, Arkansas and bested him 10-1. The tournament field was made up of the top-eight ranked individuals from a qualifying phase with over 900 verified perfect games out of 1 million attempts. MLB 2K12 is available on PC, PS2, PS3, PSP, Wii, and Xbox 360.
Ever Oasis releases for 3DS tomorrow, and if you want a look at some of the puzzles and resources you’ll need to gather in order to build up your oasis, check out this gameplay video.
Destiny fans were probably pleased when they heard the release date for Destiny 2 had been moved up. And while it’s nice to get things early, there was a very good reason for the move.
2017 is proving to be a stellar year for video game releases.
2K Games pushed out a title update for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 versions of MLB 2K12 over the weekend, the first since the game’s launch in March. The update seems pretty focused on bug fixes; the patch notes are available in full on Facebook. Thanks, Kotaku.
Nearly one million attempts were made to win $1 million in 2K Sports’ latest Perfect Game promotion.
MLB 2K12 Perfect Game Challenge