RBI Baseball 2 NES Review - Not To Be Confused with it's superior predocessor

by Hokum on Monday, January 21, 2002
This follows the same structure of the original, except the players are no longer represented by obese cartoons and are now more human-like models. This sounds better, but it isn't really - the cool thing about the original was the speed and accuracy of it's pitcher/hitter setup, thanks to how big the ball and bat were. Now it's all smaller, and your ball doesn't make direct contact with the pitch, which makes the result of your swing seem less authentic. Now, the fielding action is improved, but overall the Bases Loaded series does this kind of animation much better.

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