Little League World Series Baseball 2010 Coming to Xbox 360 and PS3

By François Chang

May 28, 2010

Today, Activision has announced Little League World Series Baseball 2010 will be coming to the Xbox 360 and PS3. This will be the first time that a title in the Little League series will be arriving on these two systems. The title is set to release this July for $39.99.

“We felt it was time to finally bring the popular Little League® series to gamers playing Xbox 360 and PlayStation®3,” said David Oxford, Activision Publishing. “Little League® World Series Baseball 2010 is visually stunning and packed with tons of new content, while remaining an accessible pick-up-and-play game for the whole family.”

Little League World Series Baseball 2010 is being developed by Japanese studio, NOW Production. The game will feature an all-new Season and Career mode that leads players all the way to the World Series.  There will also be online functionality as well.

“Activision has been an outstanding partner because they listen closely to what real Little League players have to say about our ,” Jud Rogers, Sr. Marketing Executive, Little League International. “This commitment to evolution is what makes Little League World Series Baseball 2010 an outstanding title of which our organization is intensely proud.”

Check out the screenshots of the fun looking game below.

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François Chang

Working on the DualShockers staff as both an editor and community manager since late 2009, François is absolutely no stranger to the videogame industry. He is a graduate from the City College of New York, and has his Bachelor of Arts in Public Relations and Advertising. His next step is to obtain his Master's degree at the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism. Before starting his career, François has been gaming since the age of 2 with Super Mario World, and he has never looked back since. Gaming may be his profession, but it has always been his passion.

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