World Series Baseball '95 (USA, Europe)

World Series Baseball '95 (USA, Europe)

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World Series Baseball '95 (USA, Europe)

Sega's World Series Baseball '95 is a classic baseball simulation video game (USA, Europe). For the Game Gear and Sega Genesis, as well as a 32X version marketed as a World Series Baseball game featuring Deion Sanders, it was released in 1995. The game is known as Nomo's World Series Baseball in English and Nomo Hideo no World Series Baseball in Japanese in Japan, where Hideo Nomo is featured on the cover.
The 1994 Major League Baseball season's teams can be arranged in exhibition, regular season, or knockout modes in the game.
Players can also construct two custom teams in the arcade using their preferred players (no luxury taxes unlike modern baseball games). The MVP, Cy Young Award, Triple Crown, and other accolades based on regular season stats are presented at the conclusion of the regular season. Players are also chosen for the All-Star Game solely on the basis of their stats during the first half of the regular season. Find the secret to putting a fictional team in exhibition mode. Before the game begins, players are given the option of choosing how many turns they want to play, if they require a designated hitter, and other options like an optional digitized voice (for all referee decisions).

Controls Guide

Use arrow key and try some key ( Shift, Enter, Z, X, A, S , Q, E, R, T, G, F, H ) to controls the game.

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