JPN - December 7, 1983
USA - October 18, 1985
EUR - N/A
Hi this is Luigi’sfan4ever and I have a review for a NES game!
I don’t think this game has a story…
If you’re on the outfield, you pitch. If you pitch right and the batter on the other team misses the ball, you give the opposing team a strike. If you don’t throw the ball accurately, you get a “ball”. Just give the other team three strikes to get the batter out. If the batter hits the ball and sends it flying, catch the ball to get the batter out.
If not, get to the base the batter’s going for (with the ball in your hands) and reach it before the batter does. If you do, you get him out. If you don’t reach him in time, he’s still in.
In the infield, you bat. Depending on where you hit the ball with your bat, the ball flies in the direction. If you hit a homerun, you get an an automatic score. The score you get depends on the amount of people on the bases that are in your team. For example, if there are three people on your team that are on the field (including the batter), and you score a homerun, you automatically get three points. Despite what I just said about the gameplay, the gameplay’s not all interesting to me. But I’m giving this game some slack due to technology not being as great as today back then.
The graphics aren’t terrible, but not breathtaking either. But, it wasn’t the creators’ fault. It was the technology back then.
The sounds get repetitive and I don’t like any of them.
It depends whether you like baseball or not. I don’t so I would probably not play it again. If you’re a baseball fanatic, or an “old school gamer”, then you’ll keep playing this game.
It’s hardly challenging, except sometimes.
It’s pretty much worth it if you like baseball or old games. To me it’s just like other ordinary NES games.
This game is not as good as some other NES games I played. But buy it if you want.
And with that comes another review of mine, see ya later!