Japanese sports-simulation title Professional Baseball Spirits 2014 has received a release date of March 20 2014.

According to Famitsu the latest entry in the long running series will feature a bevy of improvements over its predecessor, including new gameplay systems, improved graphics and of course; updated rosters.

Furthermore it seems that there will be an increased focus on realism, with PBS 2014 getting a makeover in both the graphics & sound department; the latter of which is highlighted with an increase in the frequency of commentary.

PlayStation Vita owners will be given a pair of options as to how they purchase the game. The retail edition will be priced at ¥6,650, where as the PlayStation Network digital-download will available at the discounted rate of ¥6,458.

Professional Baseball Spirits 2014 is slated for a March 20 2014 release in Japan on PlayStation Vita, PSP and PlayStation 3.

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  • JoeCool

    Japan’s take on MLB The Show.

    Too bad they wont have Tanaka in their rosters! hahahaha!
    Hoping the Angels get him! :O

  • Terramax

    This is probably good news as Baseball games appear to sell like hot cakes in Japan.

  • aros

    This is the excellent one isn’t it? I’m not really a fan of MLB after buying 13 – as a non-baseball player (English) once the pitching got harder than the first couple of levels and they started coming at me in all different ways I couldn’t get a hit to save my life.

  • André Rocha

    Never heard of this game before. We really need an NBA and NHL game for the Vita, and being made by 2K because I just hate EA.