Bases Loaded 3

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Bases Loaded 3
Basic Information
Video Game
NES Cartridge
NES Controller
NES and Family Computer
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Play Information
CanadaUnited StatesMexico North American Release Date(s)
September 1991
Japan Japanese Release Date(s)
Family Computer
July 271990
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Bases Loaded 3 (known in Japan as Moero 8!! Pro Yakyuu '90 Kandouhen) is a baseball video game released in 1991 by Jaleco for the Nintendo Entertainment System.

The game is the third installment of the Bases Loaded series. The series spanned three generations of consoles and eight total installments. The original Bases Loaded title was an arcade game that Jalelco ported to the NES. Only the original Bases Loaded was an acrade game; the rest of the series were exclusive to their particular consoles. There are four video games in the Bases Loaded NES series, Bases Loaded II: Second Season, Bases Loaded 3 and Bases Loaded 4. There was also a Game Boy version of Bases Loaded. The series continued onto the SNES platform with Super Bases Loaded, Super Bases Loaded 2, and Super Bases Loaded 3. The final entry to the series was Bases Loaded '96: Double Header, released for the fifth generation consoles Sega Saturn and PlayStation.

Gameplay[edit | edit source]

The object of the game is to win an exhibition game of baseball, as the game does not have a season play option. After an exhibition game is completed, the player is given a numerical score based thirteen categories, including batting, errors, and spectacular plays. The score ranges from 1 to 100, but a player can score over 100 points by earning bonus points for diving catches.

While Jaleco did hire famed baseball player Ryne Sandberg for an endorsement, this installment of the game did not feature real teams or players. More unpopular with players, however, was the somewhat bizarre premise that "playing a perfect game", not winning a pennant, was the game's ultimate goal. Regardless, there would be one more NES Bases Loaded title, as well as several Super NES titles.

The game is the third in the NES Bases Loaded series, following Bases Loaded II.

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