World Series Baseball 95
No one really knows when this baseball dilemma will end. However, Sega Sports knows what you've been missing and it's ali here in their '95 edition of World Series Baseball.
They're stepping up to the plate once again with a new-and-improved version of what many referred to last year as the best baseball game released for any system.
World Series Baseball started Sega Sports on their run to the Hall of Fame. In this year's version expect to see more ... a lot more options and features than before. Never-before-seen features like the Classic Home Run Derby. Once again, the game is fully licensed by Major League Baseball and the Major League Player's Association. All 28 teams and 700 players are back to play some serious hardball.
Newcomers to the game include American and National league all-time great player teams.
For the first time ever, gamers can pit old-time Hall of Famers such as Ту Cobb and Babe Ruth against today's hot-shot superstars including Barry Bonds, slugger for the San Francisco Giants; Jeff Bagwell, first baseman for the Houston Astros; Ken Griffey, Jr., centerfielder for the Seattle Mariners and Greg Maddux, pitcher with the Atlanta Braves.
Making their debut after complete renovations are the 28 stadiums. All have been fully reproduced including new ballparks in Colorado, Cleveland and Texas. Improved sound effects, music and two announcers give the most realistic experience short of actually sitting in the dugout chewing tobacco with the players. Baseball fans can play in Exhibition, Full Season or Playoff Modes as they make their way to the World Series. Players can be drafted and traded, allowing you to build a dynasty team. Multiplayer leagues enable friends to take part in a fantasy league. You can play out a season that may not even take place with the real Major Leaguers.
The best baseball game of last year has been made better with everything but the smell of hot dogs and popcorn added to the mix.
I've said it before and I'll say it again: World Series Baseball has been made better. (If you can believe it.)
The best baseball game of last year has been made even better. The only thing missing is the smell of the hotdogs, popcorn and the guy sitting behind you who showers you with a Pepsi or Coke as he jumps to his feet after a great play.
Some new features are here this year, including the Classic Home Run Derby, pitting Babe Ruth against Ken Griffey Jr. The game also features a Major League Baseball and a Major League Player's Association license. You can draft players, make trades and build the team of your dreams. What more could you ask for?