When I saw Baseball Advance for dirt cheap in my Toys R Us, I decided to give it a chance. I am so glad that I did capitalize on this offer. This game has great graphics for a Game Boy Advance game of its age, and it will keep you coming back with its record of statistics and different game types. The only problem with this game is that the rosters are outdated, and there's no trade functionality. Other than those problems, if you find this in a bargain bin near you, definitely capitalize on the offer and but Baseball Advance!
Baseball Advance is rather simple in regard to features. It has four modes of play: Exhibition, Season, Playoffs, and All-Star Game. The season follows the 162 game schedules from 2001. In a season, you can check out the... Read Full Review
Ah, it's that time of year again! The smell of fresh-cut grass, delicious, over-sweetened lemonade, and the thrilling sound of wood against hard leather. You know what I'm talking about: it's baseball season! As could on... Read Full Review