A fun baseball game for the 3DS that anyone can play!
Customize your team and aim for a home run!
This is a fun, full-scale baseball game that anyone can easily enjoy, with a 3D display that makes it easy to control.
Enjoy 3 different game modes including Tournament, Exhibition and Custom.
Tournament play consists of 7 teams. Defeat your opponents and aim for the championship. In Exhibition, you can select any team and play a quick game. You can also enjoy Network Matched via Download or Local Play. In Custom Mode you can customize your players in many ways including their names and even their appearance.
There are 5 different ability types including defensive and offensive-oriented types, so you can configure your team exactly how you want. You can also attach pictures from the internal camera to a player so you can model them after yourself and have them compete. Enjoy baseball anywhere, and at anytime on the 3DS!
Arc Style: Baseball 3D has no review on Wii's World.
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