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Une superbe animation et une jouabilité excellente.
Computer and Video Games (CVG)
All the fun of a silly American pastime, the basis of which they pinched off us British anyway, in the form of this lovely Megadrive release. Featuring everything you'd expect to find in a Baseball sim, such as throwing balls, hitting balls, etc, Super League has a much more arcadey feel to it than most other games of this type, and for that it comes up trumps.
Tommy Lasorda Baseball provides effective proof that you don't need official team logos and the latest rosters to make a game fun. It's akin to something you would have played had you walked into an arcade during the late-80s and plunked a token into the newest hardball cabinet. That nostalgic appeal is a big part of Tommy Lasorda's modern charm, but the rock-solid gameplay and arcade simplicity are the real draws here. Though there's little truly unique about the game, it's too solid an effort to dismiss.
Electronic Gaming Monthly (EGM)
TL Baseball is without a doubt, the best video baseball game I've ever played! The graphics are excellent, the sound effects are first-class, and the whole game very enjoyable to play. The season play and password features are welcome and help add life to a game that is nearly perfect already!
The Video Game Critic
The pitchers seem to have a big advantage over the hitters - it's hard to hit the ball! Little details mean a lot in a baseball game, and I love how you can see cars in the parking lot beyond the bleachers. Once I saw them, I was obsessed with smacking a homer in the parking lot - must be a guy thing. After hitting a homer, the umpire calls you "safe" at home plate (?) and your teammates line up to give you high-fives. Mediocre background music plays throughout the game, but thankfully you can shut this off via the options menu. You can play a season, but you'll have to jot down some long passwords. The players, teams, and stadiums are all fake, but if you like fast, arcade-style baseball, this isn't a bad choice.