Backstreet Billiards

Double Jewel Case Release

 

Genre: Billiards (Pool) CDs: 1
Publisher: ASCII Entertainment Released: November 19, 1998
Developer: Argent UPC: 0 93992 08660 2
Sony ID: SLUS-00659 PSRM: 010220
Players: 1 to 4 Players Memory: 1 to 2 Blocks
Accessories: Analog, Vibration, Multi-Tap
ESRB: Everyone No Descriptors
Box Copy:

Chalk Up Those Cues For The Best Billiards Action Available!

Shoot your way through the billiard underworld in this authentic pool simulation/adventure. Compete with friends or against computer opponents in a wide selection of pool halls and bars. Top-notch graphics, actual pool physics, and superb gameplay offer a rich and detailed feel. Defeat your opponents to win fame and special items that will make you an even greater pool player. It is going to take a steady hand a whole lot of practice to master the fine points of this classic game. C’mon in and challenge the smoothest hustlers around!

  • Realistic pool physics and outstanding 3D graphics
  • Check out your latest shot with the replay feature
  • Judge your shots perfectly with the cue-ball-cursor that shows the path the cue will take
  • 14 separate billiard games including 9-Ball, 8-Ball, Cutthroat, and Rotation
  • Trick edit mode lets you create and save your own original tricks
  • Intriguing story mode immerses you in a high-stake billiard atmosphere
  • Supports up to 4 players
  • Audio CD option lets you listen to your favorite music while playing

 


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  • It’s published in a double jewel case due to the manual’s size. The game is only one disc.
  • The ESRB box still has the ‘No Descriptors’ template text in it.

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