Baseball | NES

Published by Nintendo, Developed by Nintendo

Genres: Sports (1-2 players)

Wii: Jan 1st, 2007 (US) | Dec 29th, 2006 (EU) [500 points]

3DS: Jul 14th, 2011 (US) | - (EU)

Wii U: Oct 24th, 2013 (US) | Oct 24th, 2013 (EU)

Baseball

Baseball was a very successful title in Japan and North America, two regions where the sport is highly popular. At the time, it was considered one of the best sports simulations available because of its accessibility and cute graphics. It remains a good introduction to the rules of this enjoyable sport.

The game allows you to pick between six teams. In Japan, they represented the full roster of the Central League, which hosts some of the most popular teams in the country. In the international version, those teams were replaced by the six most popular teams of the North-American league at the time of the game's release.

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Gonzo said:

Who wants this. Might as well play Wii Sports or The Bigs that coming out later in 07'.

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orbitron said:

This is one of the most difficult multiplayer games I've played. Getting your direction pad right when trying to intercept the batter is really hard to get used to. This is a classic game with cheesy sounds and brutal outfielders. If you hit it against the walls, it takes forever for the computer AI to get the ball. Instant double! Lots of fun!

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Kevin said:

Baseball Stars for NES was the best baseball game ever.

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onlybowseruser said:

When I play this, the AI always takes forever to get the ball.

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totalpimp said:

Original games are so beast, I love to collect video games.

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