Gamevil Launches MLB Perfect Inning Live On Google Play

Gamevil has just launched MLB Perfect Inning Live on Google Play. For baseball fans, this latest offering in the sports game genre just might be a home run with an offering of great-looking visuals and a pretty decent feature set. A big focus of Perfect Inning Live is the Player vs Player content as you'll be able to compete against friends who play and other real players at random for dominance. For those that enjoy the heated competition of multiplayer online games, Live Battle Mode will be the destination in the game you want to acquaint yourself with as this will lead you into a high stakes real-time PvP matches against your opponent.

MLB Perfect Inning Live also has something for the more casual player with the ability to build up player careers. The game will have various missions as well as a collection of achievements for you to complete which will help you advance your players for an all around better team. You'll also be able to build your team out with a roster that meets your standards by competing against others, and there is even a mode called Turn Battle which boasts quicker matches for the situations where you only have a little bit of time to spare, though if you enjoy the game you might find it hard to put down.

The game features all 30 MLB stadiums giving you a chance to play in every single one and the day and night settings help introduce a feeling of realism and a more immersive gameplay experience. There's also a season mode to dive into if you want a long-running experience that will have you playing through quite a few games and Gamevil states that users will have full team and player management like never before. A new feature that has been included in this latest version of MLB Perfect Inning is called FA Market, and here players will be able to pick up players that they might need to fill out the remaining openings in their roster. The game is free to play and there are in-app purchases as well as ads present, but in-app purchases are optional, and the ads shouldn't be too invasive.

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