Okay, so last year's R.B.I. Baseball revival didn't do so well.

Generally panned by critics for its mediocre graphics and highly questionable defensive controls, R.B.I. Baseball 14 fell flat. But perhaps this year's effort will be a lot better.

Major League Baseball has announced R.B.I. Baseball 15 , which will be a new "easy-to-play" game boasting two-button controls. It'll arrive for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC later this spring and like last year's installment, it'll also find its way to smartphones and tablets. The cover athlete is all-star first baseman for the Chicago Cubs, Anthony Rizzo, and Hall of Fame pitcher Pedro Martinez will help promote the game.

New features include "completely redesigned authentic Major League Ballparks for all 30 franchises," full rosters, stat tracking in Season Mode, online play, and difficulty settings (Easy, Medium, Hard). Well, let's hope the gameplay is a good deal better…otherwise, I'll stick with Super Mega Baseball .