20 Games Like All-Star Baseball '99()
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You're the manager. And you can field a total of 26 ball teams to battle for league leadership. Pick the team of your choice. Designate the starting pitcher. Then, play ball! And get ready for some of the most exciting baseball since the game was invented. Will it be a slugging match? A pitching duel? Need a pinch hitter or relief pitcher? You decide. It just takes the right strategy. A cool head. And sure ball control. And if you want batting practice, call up The Home Run Contest. A great feature of Great Baseball that lets you swing at 20 perfect pitches. It's going... It's going... It's gone!
The last All-Star Baseball release on the N64 once again includes some new features as well as improvements in relation to previous play modes & options. For 2001, a new team is included, The Coopertown Legends, featuring a selection of some of the finest players to ever grace the MLB, including Yogi Berra, Willie Stargell and Reggie Jackson.
Along with the legends team, you can choose from every player, team and stadium from the real 2000 MLB season. Each player includes facial expressions and looks inspired to realism, plus motion-captured player movements, batting stances and reactions to key events during play.
All-Star Baseball 2000 is the second release in the series and includes a range of improvements and new features compared to the '99 version. Motion captured technology allows a realistic representation of player movements, swings, throws and catches. Apart from the improved roster management, which includes the ability to sign players from the minor league and create new players with new stats, you are able to play a 162 game inter-league season or complete the 1999 MLB scheduled season.
Once more there are 30 teams available in the game, as well as home stadiums and home or away jerseys. Additionally players' face sizes and play styles coincide with the real ones, since the game is licensed.
Step up to the plate with the premiere video game in baseball: World Series Baseball. Saturn technology delivers unbelievable color, 3D graphics and ultra-smooth perspective tracking. Enjoy incredible detail from 5 different ballpark perspectives. Swing for the fences at Fenway or another one of the game's ultra-realistic major league ballparks. Choose among play modes including 162-game pennant race, All-Star and Play-Off modes as well as a power hitter duel in Home Run Derby. Play as any one of the 28 major league teams, complete with high resolution player photos.
Super Power League is a baseball game from Now Production (a.k.a. Nowpro) and published by Hudson Soft for the Super Famicom in Japan only. The game uses large sprites for the batters and focuses a little more on realism than many of its more Arcade-ish peers. It includes a Home Run Derby mode, as well as a pennant race and all-star games.
Super Power League was followed by three Super Famicom sequels, and the Power League series is also present on systems like the PC Engine and PC-FX.
The MLB (Year#) series, is a series of Major League Baseball video games by Sony Computer Entertainment published under their 989 Sports label. The series was originally developed by Sony Interactive Studios America, who later became 989 Studios until eventually merging into Sony Computer Entertainment America. Following the merge the games were released under the 989 Sports brand up until 2006. Following that, MLB games from SCEA were released by SCEA San Diego under the MLB: The Show series.
Realistic baseball simulation is the name of the game in MLB 2002. Choose a team and lead your squad through a grueling, 162-game regular season, into the Playoffs, and straight to the World Series. All of the Major League teams, stadiums, and players are packed in here, with more than 300 motion-capture animations providing for extremely realistic play. They consulted over a dozen popular big leaguers in the construction of the game, yielding more than 250 signature moves and accurate player personalities. Take your pick from eight different styles of play, including Full Season, Playoffs, and a Franchise mode that casts you as the team's GM and lets you control all of the front office maneuvering. Hall of Fame announcer Vin Scully provides all of the play-by-play action, and Dave Campbell tags along doing color commentary. From the first pitch to the World Series-saving catch made in deep right field to close out the season, MLB 2002 is a complete baseball package.
Original release date(s):
NA February 29, 2000
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Developed by Sony Computer Entertainment America and published under the 989 Sports label
Once again, Vin Scully is the play-by-play announcer with Dave Campbell on color commentary
Chipper Jones of the Atlanta Braves was featured on the cover
MLB "98 is a Major League Baseball video game for the PlayStation and is by 989 Sports. It was released on June 30, 1997 and is rated K-A for kids to adults. Games are called by public address announcer Mike Carlucci. New York Yankees center fielder Bernie Williams was featured on the cover. Some of its features are the 30 Major League Baseball clubs, 6 playing modes, complete statistic tracking, and creating players.
It has been succeeded by MLB '99, where Vin Scully began calling the games. Starting with MLB 2000, joining him is infielder Dave Campbell on color commentary.