I thought that this game was the best ranked baseball game on the GBA, what were they thinking. First off when I see the loading screen say SEGA I become a little sceptical already. I really wish SEGA would mind their own buisness, and stop making crappy Gamecube and GBA games. First off, this game looks like it is a really fun baseball game, that begginers can play. Like for example, the screen tells you who is up to bat first, so if someone knew to the overall game wants to learn how to play by batting first it is explained to them. Ok, then you get past that and then you see that you can only play in four parks, jee wouldn't make sense to play at the home teams stadium? I think it would. THen you get to the plate, where you have to in a split second aim the cursor at the ball target and then swing, This is really hard and annoying even on the rookie setting. Then with all your players striking out because you have no idea what you are doing you go into the field, where when the cpu can hit the ball far, your fielders just stand their. Hey, yeah its my first time playing and I would like you guys to show me the ropes instead of just standing there. Oh, and there is no pause button, so if your playing this game be sure to have everything you need around you.
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