Major League baseball now on GCN

by: Sean Colleli -
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The GameCube may be nearing the end of its life, but that's no reason it can't see a little of the great American pasttime.  MLB 2K6 is out in stores now for the low price of 39.99, so grab it if you're a baseball fan.  It's also nice to see the Cube getting a little support from Take-Two.
2K Sports, a publishing label of Take-Two
Interactive Software, Inc., announced today that Major League
Baseball(r) 2K6 for Nintendo GameCube(tm), the only official MLB(r)
video game for the platform, is now available in stores across North
America.  Nintendo GameCube baseball fans will now be able to enjoy all
of the landmark new features, high visual quality and innovative
gameplay Major League Baseball 2K6 offers.

"GameCube fans can now enjoy Major League Baseball 2K6, the most
comprehensive baseball experience to date," stated Greg Thomas,
president of Visual Concepts, a 2K Sports studio.  "With great control
mechanics, fluid visuals, and unique features, Major League Baseball 2K6
is the most fun, authentic baseball game ever published for the Nintendo

Major League Baseball 2K6 for Nintendo GameCube features
standard-setting innovations including Inside Edge(tm)- powered A.I.,
Swing Stick(tm) batting control, the all-new Payoff Pitching(tm) system,
and commentary from Jon Miller and Hall of Fame legend Joe Morgan. The
most comprehensive franchise mode with all-new trading tools as well as
the inclusion of the World Baseball Classic(tm) round out the most
complete baseball title to date. 

Major League Baseball 2K6 is rated "E" for Everyone and is the only
officially licensed Major League Baseball video game available on every
major gaming console, including Xbox 360(tm) and Xbox(r) video game and
entertainment systems from Microsoft, the PlayStation(r)2 computer
entertainment system, PSP(tm) (PlayStation(r)Portable) system, and the
Nintendo GameCube(tm).

The Nintendo GameCube version is now available for a suggested retail
price of $39.99.

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