Microsoft Baseball 3D 1998 Edition (PC, CD-ROM) Microsoft - 1998 USA, Canada Release (NFR)
Microsoft Baseball 3D 1998 Edition
|Category(s)||Entertainment, Sports, Baseball|
|Country of Origin||United States of America|
Description from the packaging.
Kenny Lofton makes a leaping catch against the ivy-covered wall in Wrigley Field to rob Sammy Sosa of an extra base hit.
Ken Griffey, Jr. crushes a hanging curve for a towering home run off the facade in Yankee Stadium. TV highlights from Major League Baseball action? No, it's Microsoft Baseball 3D- the game that captures all the thrills of Major League Baseball. Real players, real ballparks, and real game situations- from Greg Maddux's change-up to Barry Bonds' home run trot.
Big League Sights.
- Full 3-D environment and players.
- High frame rate for fluid animation.
- More than 20,000 frames of authentic, motion-captured moves.
- Player models of up to 1,000 polygons.
- Unlimited camera angles that automatically find the best view.
Big League Gameplay.
- Superior performance through 3-D accelerator design (3-D accelerator card required).
- True-to-life physics-based gameplay.
- State-of-the-art AI for authentic, non-repetitive game action.
- 30 Major League Baseball teams, 30 ballparks, and 800 players; all officially licensed from Major League Baseball and the MLBPA.
- More than 50 categories for tracking stats.
- Customization options for interleague actions, player trades, and easy roster changes.
Big League Extras.
- The first baseball game with force feedback joystick support.
- Simple, intuitive interface.
- Fast, sensitive controls for rapid on-field response to your commands.
- Stats and rosters based on the 1997 season, with on-line updates.
- Enhanced for MMX, AGP, and AMD K6 technologies.
Never play the same game twice.
Factors like wind velocity, artificial turf, ball spin, and player stats affect gameplay. The result? Unlimited outcomes and a game as real as baseball itself.
Real sights. Real sounds. Real excitement.
3-D polygonal players so detailed you'll recognize the faces and idiosyncrasies of your favorite stars. Hear the crack of the bat, the roar of the crowd, the umpires' calls, and lively play-by-play in 3D sound.
The thinking fan's game.
Advanced AI means that each player on the field reacts as he would in a game. When Kenny Lofton leads of an inning with a walk, he'll consider the score, and catcher's arm, and the pitcher's motion before stealing second.
PC Windows 95
|Required CPU||Pentium 133|
|Req. Hard Drive||45MB Free|
|Required CD Speed||4X|
|Supported Video||Direct 3D Compliant 3-D Graphics|
|Misc Support||Headphones or speakers|