20 Games Like MLB 2000()




MLB 2001

Original release date(s):[6]
NA February 29, 2000
Release years by system:
2000—PlayStation[6]
Notes:
Developed by Sony Computer Entertainment America and published under the 989 Sports label[6]
Once again, Vin Scully is the play-by-play announcer with Dave Campbell on color commentary[7]
Chipper Jones of the Atlanta Braves was featured on the cover

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This year's entry in the MLB series adds more authenticity to the baseball experience with new modes, detailed stadiums, and fresh commentary. In MLB 2004, you can build yourself an unbeatable dynasty with Franchise mode, take your favorite team or player through a ten-year Career mode, manage the front office in General Manager mode, or take a rookie from A-Ball to the big leagues in Spring Training mode. Replays, play-by-plays from Vin Scully, and commentary from ESPN's Dave Campbell, enhance the action from Opening Day to the Fall Classic.

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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.

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3DO's critically acclaimed High Heat Baseball franchise has a new star. The Roberto Clemente Man of the Year award winner for 1999, Sammy Sosa, lends his name to the newest installment of the popular baseball series. This edition boasts an advanced 3-D game engine and several new features. Sosa is among the 750 Major League Baseball players (from the 1999 and 2000 rosters) appearing in this game, which lets you create your own baseball league. This customization feature allows you to define the number of teams, length of schedule, playoff length, and other factors. In the career/season mode, you can make multiplayer trades based on numerous variables.

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MLB The Show 17 delivers the most realistic and personal baseball gaming experience on consoles. This year The Show offers exciting gameplay improvements and a greater ability to personalize your baseball experience.MMMMM DADDAY

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High Heat Major League Baseball was a series of baseball computer games, released on PlayStation, Xbox, PlayStation 2 and PC. There were six annual versions of the game released, started with High Heat Baseball 1999, and ending with High Heat Major League Baseball 2004.[1]

The game, featuring the official licensed team and player names from all 30 MLB teams, was created by games company 3DO which subsequently filed for bankruptcy in 2003 soon after the release of the final version of the series, High Heat Major League Baseball 2004. In August 2003, Microsoft purchased the rights to the High Heat franchise from 3DO, however, Microsoft has yet to develop a new title in the series.[2]

High Heat was traditionally known for possessing more simulation-style qualities than competitors World Series Baseball, All Star Baseball, or Triple Play Baseball, but frequently lagged behind in graphical quality. At the core of High Heat′s gameplay was its batter-pitcher interface, which was often hailed as the most realistic of its era.[3]

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High Heat Major League Baseball 2003 was the second-to-last of a series of baseball computer games, released on PlayStation 2, PC, and Game Boy Advance. The game, featuring the official licensed team and player names from all 30 MLB teams, was created by games company 3DO, who later filed for bankruptcy in May 2003.[4

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High Heat has always been generous with features in its PC incarnation, and the console version has finally caught up to it. Boasting eleven different modes of play, HH 2004 takes several steps beyond the product offered last year and genuinely tries rather hard to push feature diversity. All the classics are here: Home Run Derby, Exhibition, All-Star Games, Batting Practice, Player Editing devices, and other such goodies await the gamers who patiently explore its every area. Perfect for two-player matches, Two-on-Two Showdown returns from last year's PS2 version and presents itself as a console-exclusive option (you're not going to find it in the GBA or PC versions at all).

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Go out to the old ballgame in MLB '99. Players can choose from modes like Quick Play, Playoffs, Season, and Home Run Derby. The Spring Training mode allows you to create and develop your own player, who must prove himself in a short minor league stint.

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Inaugural version of High Heat Baseball.

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DIG IN! Over 700 players! All the stadiums! All the teams and uniforms! All in 3D! Unique player editor allows you to create the ultimate athlete. All new 1998 rosters including two new expansion teams: Arizona Diamondbacks and Tampa Bay Devil Rays! Tons of hidden secrets including super-fast pitches, outrageous curve balls, incredible home runs and more! Fantasy Teams: Create your own rotisserie league. Ultra-realistic conditions affect gameplay: Grass and turf. Day and night. Rain or shine.

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Major League Baseball is an action baseball game for two players. The game follows most professional baseball rules and allows you to control all of the players on the team. You can throw a variety of pitches (from curve balls to fast balls), steal bases, tag players out, bunt, try for a home run, and in the event of a tie the game goes into extra innings! Several difficulty levels are available which control the game speed and whether or not stealing bases is allowed.

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MLB Slugfest is a series of baseball games developed by Sports Mogul, Gratuitous Games and Midway Games, and released by Midway Games for major console systems such as PlayStation 2, Nintendo GameCube, and Xbox. The game bills itself as a more "street" style baseball game, including more mature / aggressive themes, the ability to attack other players, and urban-styled in-game commentary.

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Sony San Diego's critically acclaimed baseball sim enters the 2018 season.

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The second title in Midway's baseball series, SlugFest 20-04 continues to pour on the rough-housing gameplay, bizarre codes, and humorous commentary. In addition to the new Home Run Derby mode and Create-A-Team options, the game features the ability of pitchers to catch "On Fire" and impossible Special Pitches that zigzag, arc, and whizz by in ways that would leave any batter humiliated. New secret teams have been added to the previous bunch, including aliens, minotaurs, and Sub-Zero of Mortal Kombat fame. The customizable Instant Replay is another nice touch, allowing you to relive the awkward moments once you pause the game. And, of course, Tim Kitzrow and Jim Shorts return to the commentators' booth, making their signature random comments and incessant arguments.

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Make your dreams of becoming a Major Leaguer a reality! Hit a grand slam, pitch a no-hitter, go for the cycle and steal home - all in the same game! If that's not enough, check out the real-time stat tracking in over 30 major categories. Improve your team by making the right trades and picking up the best free agents. Major League Baseball Featuring Ken Griffey Jr. is so real, every pitch counts!

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The highly popular baseball series TRIPLE PLAY makes its appearance on the Game Boy Color with TRIPLE PLAY 2001. You can play with or against any of the 30 Major League teams with complete rosters based on the 1999 season. You can also play in all of the Major League ballparks. Once you have chosen your team, try to hit as many homers as possible in the Home Run Derby. When you are ready for real competition, play a game against any opponent. While pitching, you can throw curves, fastballs, and change-ups. And when you're at the plate, you decide when to swing for the fences and when to hit for average. Get all of the baseball action you can handle with TRIPLE PLAY 2001.

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The 2017 entry in the R.B.I. Baseball series.

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MLB '06: The Show is a baseball video game for PlayStation 2 and PSP. The game was produced by Sony Computer Entertainment, primarily by SCE's San Diego Studio, which was formerly known as 989 Sports. It was the only first-party MLB-licensed video game for the 2006 season drawing attention to the brand and franchise. The game was one of two MLB-licensed games for 2006 along with Major League Baseball 2K6.

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