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Atari 2600The Video Game Critic (Apr 14, 2001)
My other complaints are minor, such as the fact that both teams are the same color, white. But overall, this is clearly the best baseball game ever made for the system.
Atari 2600Digital Press - Classic Video Games (Dec 10, 2003)
If you're searching for an excellent sports simulation for your 2600, don't give up - Pete Rose Baseball should definitely be checked out. This is a baseball game with some features never before seen on the 2600.
Atari 2600Woodgrain Wonderland (Sep 03, 2017)
Pete Rose Baseball is not an easy game. It has its design quirks, but it’s the closest you’re gonna get to a full-fledged baseball game on the Atari 2600. With practice, it can get to the point where it’s a lot of fun.
Auch nach einer weiteren geschlagenen Stunde des versuchten Taktierens und verfluchten Verlierens war ich nur um einen Punkt schlauer: Das Programm bietet einiges, nur leider nicht für mich. So setzte ich mich an die Schreibmaschine, aus der diese Zeilen stammen. Mit Sicherheit benötigt man als Anfänger mehr als „nur“ drei Stunden, um sich mit dem Thema Baseball vertraut zu machen. Daß es eine Reihe von Möglichkeiten gibt, bei PETE ROSE PENNANT FEVER Strategie mit Spielspaß zu verbinden, ist unbestritten. Ich bin mir sogar sicher, daß dieses Game, das farbenprächtig und sauber animiert ist, seine Freunde finden wird. Man muß sich halt nur damit beschäftigen...
Atari 7800The Video Game Critic (Apr 14, 2001)
Pete Rose Baseball looks a little better than the Atari 2600 version, but plays exactly the same. Okay, I did rave about the 2600 version, but this is a third generation system for Pete's sake! I was expecting much more. You do get a nice TV-style pitcher/batter view, but the back of the pitcher's head is solid white. He looks like a mummy! I didn't even know Egypt had a team. The control scheme that lets you select your fielder is awkward, but you'll get the hang of it. Unfortunately, the fielder who's closest to the ball often can't reach it because the ball isn't in his "zone". Funny how they can't get the fielding right but still have an infield fly rule. The annoying "charge" music plays constantly, so you'll want to turn down the sound. In the end, Pete Rose is just another average baseball game.