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Name World Series Baseball '95
System Genesis - Mega Drive
Year 1995
Developer BlueSky Software
Genre Sports

World Series Baseball '95 is a sports video game released in 1995 for the Sega Genesis/Mega Drive. It was developed and published by Sega, and is the follow-up to the highly successful World Series Baseball (1994) and World Series Baseball II (1995). The game was designed to replicate the experience of watching a live baseball game, with detailed graphics and sound effects that immerse players in the action. The player can choose from teams from both the American League and National League, as well as an all-star team. Each team has its own roster of players with their respective stats, such as batting average, home runs, RBIs, etc.

The main gameplay consists of pitching and hitting on offense, while fielding and base running are handled automatically. On defense, players decide when to throw to a base or pitch out. The pitcher’s speed and accuracy can be adjusted before each pitch. When batting, players select where they want to hit the ball by using a cursor that moves around the strike zone. If they hit it correctly they will be rewarded with extra points depending on their timing and accuracy.

The game also features two modes of play: exhibition mode and season mode. In exhibition mode, players can choose any two teams to face off against each other in a one-game match up. In season mode, players create their own team by selecting from different rosters of real-life baseball players from either league or creating their own custom team using stats editor included in the game’s options menu. Players then compete through an entire 162-game schedule plus playoffs if applicable.

World Series Baseball '95 also includes other features such as instant replays for close calls at first or home plate; various weather conditions that affect gameplay; multiple camera angles including behind the batter’s box; adjustable difficulty settings; various soundtracks for different stadiums; simulated injuries which can affect player performance; save games so you can pick up where you left off; detailed stats tracking for both teams throughout every game; practice mode which allows you to hone your skills without playing a full game; and a variety of cheats codes for those who want an edge over their opponents or just prefer not having challenges faced by real MLB teams during games.

Overall World Series Baseball '95 is an excellent sports title that captures the excitement of baseball while adding plenty of features that enhance its replay value significantly. With its realistic visuals and sound effects along with deep gameplay mechanics it’s no wonder why this classic title remains popular even today among retro gamers looking for an authentic baseball experience on their Mega Drive/Sega Genesis console

Genesis - Mega Drive Sports games