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From arcade to 8-bit to 16-bit, the RBI games have been some of the most complete baseball carts ever. Back for '95, Super RBI has everything that made it great in the past, though it's not perfect.
Video Games & Computer Entertainment
The thing about Super R.B.I. Baseball is that it looks really, really bad. The graphics are downright poor.
Yet even with these options, Super R.B.I. Baseball just doesn't offer the excitement or game play you should expect from a Super NES baseball game.
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The only reason this game exists is to lure unsuspecting Super Nintendo owners who may think that having real players means real baseball. Don't be fooled--this game has virtually no positive aspects to speak of and remains one of the worst baseball titles available on the system.