3D Baseball

Saturn 3D Baseball

Clear Long Box Case


Genre: Baseball CDs: 1
Publisher: Crystal Dynamics Released: ???
Developer: Crystal Dynamics UPC: 0 24294 12618 5
Sega ID: T-15906H Memory: 133 Block
Players: 1 to 2 Players Released on PlayStation: Yes
Accessories: None
ESRB: Kids to Adults No Descriptors
Box Copy:

Crystal Dynamics presents the most realistic baseball video game ever published. Real Motion Control 3D technology serves up incredibly life-like 3D polygonal models that bat, pitch, and hit like real players.

  • 700 Actual Major League Baseball Players and Stats
  • Over 50 of the league’s top players’ batting stances
  • Dig in and face heat from 5 controllable perspectives
  • General Manager mode: trade players, modify player stats and build the ultimate dream team.
  • Van Earl Wright fires up the action with over 1,000 supercharged color comments.



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  • There are no known misprints.



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  • Upper Deck provided the player profile images.
  • In the PlayStation version. the in-game menus have a bit more pizzazz to them, otherwise both games are pretty comparable to each other.
  • Several baseball terms are used on the manual’s credits page to describe various staff members.
  • Though the 4 stadiums are fake, they are inspired by real world locales, including Wrigley Field and Fenway Park.
  • Occasionally you’ll see Crystal Dynamics games being used for the ballpark ad spaces.
  • Both Saturn and PlayStation packaging have similar screenshots and name drops, one in particular is the exact same screenshot – it looks like the Saturn version has a PSX image on it’s back panel.

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