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Baseball Simulator 1,000 is well-executed and completely satisfying, like Grandma’s old-fashioned apple pie or some other beaten-to-death cliche’.
This is a very fun game. If you already have Baseball Stars, R.B.I. Baseball, Bad News Baseball and some of the other good ones you may want to skip it. But this game is good and has some features the others don't have.
There are even special moves for the fielders, including one that lets them leap high in the air. Not only do these power-ups add humor and variety, but since they're limited, they add a strategic element as well. In "normal mode", Baseball Simulator's music is absolutely unbearable with constant ear-splitting whistles, but thankfully it's much better in the ultra league mode. And that's really the only mode you'll need.
Overall, Baseball Simulator either is or is very close to being the best baseball game of all time. Boasting the obligatory season mode of the day as well as options to spice up the otherwise dull baseball experience, this is a game that needs to be tried, certainly by baseball fans, but also by other people who enjoy a good sports game experience.
Forget realism. forget statistics, this game was designed for one thing - FUN! Baseball Simulator has got to be the most unique sports game ever made.
While the pitching/batting
scenario is very nice, the play in the field both looks and feels overly
simplistic and lacks true depth for a serious “simulator” baseball
feel. There are also glaring shortcomings that bring the experience
down, including pitchers that tend to tire far too quickly, and the
simulation of computer vs. computer season games, which take
several minutes to sit through. It’s a solid foundation, but lacking
Baseball Simulator 1.000 is, at best, an archaic relic of a time long past. It was one of the first console games to accurately keep stats over an extended period of time and likely one of the first that allowed players to customize their own team. Not having anything better to occupy my time, I was able to overlook a number of crippling flaws when I was young because of that. Now, it’s impossible to do. Anything this game accomplishes has been done better by countless games, making it completely obsolete to me.