R.B.I. Baseball 3 Reviews (NES)
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NES Archives (Apr 14, 2009)
This game is much more important than R.B.I. Baseball 2 because it’s the same game with more teams to choose from. It’s the top game on the system for baseball fans who want to use real players since R.B.I. Baseball only offers 10 teams. If you are just looking for a fun baseball game, though, this is just middle of the pack as it doesn’t provide the gameplay features of the top tier games.
The same short season mode via password and the two-player playoff mode continue here, but there is little else to differentiate itself. Similarly, the same options return, such as the instant replay function, which seems to initiate far too often by itself. If you’re looking for a game that’s basically a competent baseball title with a roster update of real MLB teams, here it is. If you’re looking for something greater, you won’t find it.
Questicle.net (Feb, 2013)
I’m glad R.B.I. Baseball 3 still plays well, but once again, I can’t recommend it. Unless you’re a collector or completionist, embrace the charming first game and forget about its unlicensed brethren.
Digital Press - Classic Video Games (Sep 27, 2005)
All of those stats and the ability to use your favorite players are great options but they don't make the game great. This one falls short due to poor graphics and gameplay. I recommend it only to those of you who are die-hard fans, but I would recommend the outstanding Bases Loaded series by Jaleco before purchasing RBI Baseball III. With this cart, it's 1..2..3 strikes you're out.