World Series Baseball1.0
by BlueSky Software
World Series Baseball screenshots:
Choose your favorite of all 28 teams in 1994 and lead them through an entire 162-game season (or shorter if that's too much for you), all the way to the World Series. Not only are the teams there, but so are the players. Hit a homer with the Astros and Jeff Bagwell. Steal a base with the Oakland A's and Ricky Henderson. Or strike out a clueless hitter with the Red Sox and Roger Clemens.
Sega created a new interface for this baseball game, unlike any before it. Instead of choosing a ball's velocity and destination as you pitch it, select your pitch and location before you even throw the ball. Instead of taking any old swing, choose if you want to hit for power or contact. You might say this game has everything a 1994 baseball game could have – minus the players' strike.
From a gameplay standpoint, World Series Baseball is beyond reproach. Fielding is a cinch to do, as are batting and pitching. The fast pace of the gameplay replicates the pace of an actual baseball game. There are quite a few modes for you to play in this game, aside from the obligatory exhibition and season modes, there's also a home run derby mode to help keep your interest.
While you play, your ears will be treated to CD quality sound that includes play-by-play announcing, ballpark anthems, and dynamic crowd responses. Do you think you can handle the action of the big leagues? Find out with World Series Baseball.
World Series Baseball features:
- Features MLB and MLBPA license
- Variety of game modes
- CD quality sound
- Five different ballpark perspectives
- 3D graphic
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World Series Baseball system requirements:P-100.
Systems: Windows 9x, Windows 2000 Windows XP.
Game modes: Single game mode .
World Series Baseball news:
2006-04-30 Try to win the pennant in a 162-game season in World Series Baseball.
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