With Vanilla Sky's comments about choices in the Madden (The W) thread, I thought I'd mention some pretty cool news I heard yesterday.
Apparently, EA Sports is making a baseball game next year, just not a MLB one, since they lost that license. Apparently, they're making a College Baseball game for next season. So we'd get two baseball games (albeit with pretty different rosters and teams).
EA Sports contacted my building yesterday and asked my boss if he could send over some pictures of Penn State baseball uniforms (home and away) along with our helmets and caps. Apparently, they're having trouble finding every collegiate uniform out there because the CLC (college sports licensing people) don't have every school on file, like they do for football. I guess replica NCAA baseball unis aren't that popular. From what we can gather, all 120 NCAA Division I teams will be in the game. I haven't seen any screenshots or anything online, so I thought this was cool news.
The information we got said that they "possibly" could make games after 2006, but I'd bet that they're converting the MVP 2006 development (which I'd guess they started before SEGA got the MLB exclusive license) to this game.
My only complaint about the Netflix system on the 360 is that it's just a player. You can't browse available videos or queue them up through your 360; you have to go to your PC and do that there, THEN go turn on your 360 and they'll show up for playback....