Baseball Stars: Be a champ!
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|Baseball Stars: Be a champ!|
|8-way Joystick, 2 Buttons|
|Arcade and NES|
|Raster, 256 x 480 pixels, 320 colors|
|Japanese Release Date(s)|
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Baseball Stars: Be a champ! (Baseball Star - Mezase Sankanou) is a 2-player baseball arcade game released by SNK in 1989, and licensed to Nintendo. It was one of the first sports games to have data memory, therefore players could pick a team and make a season, while being able to save season statistics. It was also the first sports game to have a 'Create a player' feature. Although the game did not use any names of real life baseball players, one of the computerized teams, the 'American Dreams', included players with nicknames such as Pete (Pete Rose), Hank (Hank Aaron) and Ruth (Babe Ruth).
Series[edit | edit source]
- 1. Baseball Stars: Be a Champ! (1989)
- 2. Baseball Stars Professional (1990)
- 3. Baseball Stars 2 (1992)
- 4. Baseball Stars (1989–98)