Backyard Baseball 2001 Gameplay

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Wii Sports Club - Baseball Champion Match - Enrique

This is me playing Baseball for Wii Sports Club. And I'm playing against the champion for this discipline. Plus the same pool of team-mates since your first baseball match. It is absolutely vital to master your batting skills, as it's the only way to score points. Enrique will be throwing a huge variety of pitches to keep you and your team-mates second guessing your swings. Hitting the ball is one thing, but trying to get your Mii's onto the bases is a completely different matter altogether. Especially the rival fielders showing no mercy to your hits. When you're fielding, try not to make your pitches too easy for Enrique and his team to hit. Sometimes, it's better to stick to the same pitch that'll have a better chance of sending them packing. Rather than using a variety of throws. And don't fumble your catches, or you'll pay the price. If you can beat him, you'll be able to weld a metal bat. And we're talking about a medieval bat, it comes with spikes! Just hold down the 1 button with the Mii select screen displayed, and press A. Just like in Wii Sports. Recorded with Avermedia Game HD II @1080p

Little League® World Series Baseball 2009 (Nintendo Wii) - Tounament Mode - Game 1 - Part 1

Crazep0per [Stalin] and I have decided to work on a new friendly project where he and eight people who he's been good friends with are all part of a baseball team from Southern California. (Please note that the eight other players' last names--and possibly their appearances--have been changed for the sake of keeping their identities hidden.) Stalin and his eight friends will play three preliminary rounds of a regional tournament, and then--if they're good enough--two tournament rounds before they can qualify for the Little League World Series in Williamsport, Pennsylvania.

Backyard Baseball 2010 - Xbox 360 "Well OK then, fielders are slow..."

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Mario Super Sluggers Challenge Mode - Vs. Bowser Jr.

Just started the Challenge Mode for this game and I'm already done beating it. Anyway, here is Mario Super Sluggers, for the Wii. It has a bit of a learning curve, but once you get used to all the tricks, it can be fun, just like the Gamecube prequel. Here, I defeat Bowser Jr. and his team by a huge margin.

Backyard Baseball Gameplay

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A single game of Backyard Baseball 2001. I went for the home team this time, so that meant no bottom of the sixth, thus making this a little shorter than my gameplay for the original game.
I used to like the original Backyard Baseball more, but now that I play this again, I take that back. I still dislike the pros, but this game improved in way more areas besides just acquiring the MLB license (whether that's an improvement or not is up to you). First off, Season Play is WAY more tolerable in this game than it is in the original. Season Play in the original had you playing on the exact same field for the entire 14-game season, with the same generic kids on every team. Here, you now have home fields for every team, and there are Backyard Kids for some of the positions. It's a lot nicer that way and makes it less repetitive. Another minor thing they improved on was fouling - in the original, as long as a foul didn't go behind the player, we had to waste time going to the field view and wait for it to bounce, even if it was obvious no one was catching it. Here, it almost never goes into the field view for fouls, and that's a lot nicer. We can also choose a custom player in this game, and teams are now two-color instead of one. Overall, this game is a lot more enjoyable than the original, and it ended up being a lot better than I remembered. I was pleasantly surprised when I played this game again after so many years, and if you ever see a comment of mine that says the original was better, know that I now take that back.

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