All Star Baseball 97
It seems that you can bet on Acclaim releasing a new Frank Thomas baseball game every year, just as assuredly as you can count on a new Madden or GameDay.
Right off the bat, it appears that Acclaim's new baseball game will make large strides in the graphics over the previous versions. To complement the graphics, it looks like All-Star Baseball '97 Featuring Frank Thomas will have plenty of options that will keep both arcade and baseball simulation fans content.
For starters, the accurate 1997 schedule that includes the first taste of interleague play will be implemented.
While playing a league game, full statistical tracking will be included, which is, of course, very important for a baseball game. To be as accurate as possible, the statistics from the 1996 season will be provided straight from STATS Inc. and the player ratings will be formulated from those statistics. In addition to season play, there is the obligatory Exhibition Mode, the All-Star game, batting practice, playoffs and home-run derby available from the Selection Menu.
Always a staple of Frank Thomas games is the player animation captured from the big man himself. By using this motion capture, Acclaim promises fluid batter and pitching control.
With great graphics and a large list of features, Acclaim hopes to make this the best Frank Thomas game ever.
MANUFACTURER - Acclaim
THEME - Baseball
NUMBER OF PLAYERS - 1 or 2
Processor: PC compatible, P-200
OS: Windows 9x, Windows 2000 Windows XP, Vista, Win 7, Win 8, Win 10.
Game Features:Single game mode
All Star Baseball 97 Screenshots
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