Vintage Nintendo Video Game (NES) 8-Bit Major League Baseball 8 bit
Major League Baseball is a sports video game released in 1988 for the Nintendo Entertainment System. It is notable for being the one of the first video games licensed by Major League Baseball, although it was not endorsed by the Major League Baseball Players Association. Without the backing of the player's association, the game could not name the actual players, although it was able to use their numbers, thus accurately portraying the contemporary teams and their rosters. In doing so, it became the first baseball game for the Nintendo Entertainment System to carry official Major League Baseball licensing and lineups.
Major League Baseball was developed by Enteractive Incoprorated, published by LJN, and programmed by David Rolfe. It featured many facets of realistic gameplay and a focus on managerial details, which stressed the importance of choosing a well-balanced team. Despite its graphical limitations, it was considered a three-dimensional game at the time and was featured in the first issue of Nintendo Power as compared the system's other baseball games of the era.
The game features 26 teams to use, an exhibition mode and a regular season mode. The game had the ability to "save" your career progress by giving you a password that you could enter at the menu screen, when you wanted to continue the season.
Game has been cleaned and tested and guaranteed to work. Game in good condition. Has signs of use and wear. Game has no stickers or writing on cover or back. Game only, no box or instructions. Actual photograph of game and not a stock photograph.
- Game only, no box or instructions.
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