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Bo Jackson was the first all-star athlete in two major sports, Baseball and American Football. Bo Jackson Baseball is a game about Bo Jackson baseball career. This game plays lake a standard baseball nine (or 5 – 8 if you wish) innings baseball game. There are three difficulty levels giving access to players at all still levels. When pitching you are given 5 different pitch types that pitcher chooses by pressing the correct directional button before the pitch, therefore keeping it hidden from your opponent. Batting is done the same way but the type of hit is chosen as the batter hits the ball.

At any moment, base sneaking can be made (by the batter) or stopped (by the pitcher). Fielding is only done using the CPU, but once the fielder gets the ball then you must choose what base to throw to using the directional buttons. All of the teams are just city names and players, all with different stats, are fictional except for Bo Jackson himself who is hidden in the game.

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Bo Jackson Baseball NES … and it was a ball. This is accompanied by audio saying ‘Ball’.
Bo Jackson Baseball NES The team also gets a mention on the sports paper. (Note the Data East self-promotion)
Bo Jackson Baseball NES Foul!
Bo Jackson Baseball NES Every time the runner gets run out by a close margin it shows this screen accompanied by the audio saying ‘He was safe by a mile’ ‘Your out’ ‘He was safe’ ‘Your out’.

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Ultimate Nintendo: Guide to the NES Library 2016 3 Stars3 Stars3 Stars3 Stars3 Stars 60
Nintendo Power Magazine Sep, 1991 2.8 out of 5 56
Electronic Gaming Monthly (EGM) Oct, 1991 17 out of 40 42
All Game Guide 1998 2 Stars2 Stars2 Stars2 Stars2 Stars 40
Questicle.net Mar, 2011 D- 16

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beetle120 (2423) added Bo Jackson Baseball (NES) on Jan 02, 2008