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Earl Weaver Baseball Reviews (Amiga)

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Earl Weaver Baseball has what it takes to keep you playing over a long period of time; it is rather like a cross between Football Manager and Graham Gooch's Test Cricket that has come out of the processor as a baseball game. The Amiga's graphics are adequately used - there is some neat animation on the pitching/battling - but it is not a visually stunning game. Sound, though, is impressive, from the theme tune through the digitized speech up to the continual background noise from the crowd.
Commodore User (Oct, 1987)
In the long term, Earl Weaver's added features make game more stimulating.
Undoubtedly the most exciting sports simulation to be released in years, Earl Weaver Baseball (EW) has it all. Although it is a statistics-based game, the graphics and animation are superb. The fluid animation of the players is kinetically correct. Of course, one would expect this from Eddie Dombrower of Mirage Graphics who did the first computer dance notation program for microcomputers.