Bases Loaded

Bases Loaded

The East and the West square off for nine innings of hard hitting baseball in Bases Loaded for the Nintendo Game Boy. Experience the action as pitchers battle it out against a lineup of heavy hitters using fast, slow, curving and special pitches....

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Name Bases Loaded
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Baseball Kids
Japan
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Bases Loaded for Game Boy
North America
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Platform Nintendo Game Boy
Release Date 1990
Game Type Released
ESRB Not Rated
Developers TOSE
Publishers Jaleco
Genres Sports
Max Players 2
Cooperative No
Rating

Community Rating: 4.75
Total Votes: 4
Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bases_Loaded_(video_game)
Video Link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1KnLLww4AmM
Overview
The East and the West square off for nine innings of hard hitting baseball in Bases Loaded for the Nintendo Game Boy. Experience the action as pitchers battle it out against a lineup of heavy hitters using fast, slow, curving and special pitches. Each player brings their own unique stats and abilities to the game as you work your way through progressively more challenging teams. This portable version of Bases Loaded is loosely based on the title for the original NES. In this scaled down version Major League teams are replaced with two teams representing the East and West Coast Divisions. With two Game Boy units and a Video Link cable players can go head to head - although each player will also need their own game cartridge. Single players can enjoy a quick pickup game by selecting an unofficial game of 1 to 9 innings. An official game will allow a victorious team to move on to consecutive matches against progressively more challenging teams, a feature that substitutes for the traditional 'Season Mode' of most baseball titles. But you'll have to do this in a single sitting as no battery save option was included. Play in USA or Japan mode for a subtle change in the gameplay or learn how to best utilize the strengths of the East and West teams. Pitchers are rated 1 to 5 and batters get a rating for both running speed and hitting ability.
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