Backyard Baseball 2001 Gameplay

Author channel Humongous Fan Soundtracks   7 год. назад
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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 Music: Pablo Sanchez

Is there anything about this kid I need to say that hasn't been said? He's the best player. Those who pass him up shall forever be known as the ones who have no idea how to play these games. By Rhett Mathis

Backyard Soccer Gameplay

Any illegal download requests and/or links will be an automatic block, no questions asked. I have the original CD and have zero tolerance for such comments. Gameplay for the original Backyard Soccer, and probably the best version of it too. Little needs to be said about this video, I think it speaks for itself.

BACKYARD BASEBALL 2003 - THE BEST GAME YET?

BACKYARD BASEBALL 2003 - THE BEST GAME YET? Original Backyard Baseball - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cKhNhCbDwFo Backyard Baseball 2001: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I2VKYmetaXY ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ TWITTER: https://twitter.com/GiraffeNeckMarc INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/ SNAPCHAT: LUINER ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Business Email: giraffeneckgaming@gmail.com ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Outro Song: Based Case - Day in Paradise Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/based-case/day-in-paradise Itunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/day-in-paradise-single/id1257321770 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/track/0Uoh7ELtjigXgvyFxXrwpo

Backyard Hockey 2005 Gameplay

Well, I guess I had to upload something at some point or another, right? This is Backyard Hockey 2005, one of the very last Backyard games ever made (no, nothing from 2007 onward counts, don't let anyone tell you otherwise). I've had this game in my posession for...I think about two years now? I've had it beaten for a good while too, so I guess it was as good a time as any to upload a video of it. I could have probably recorded this video at a higher resolution but this game honestly doesn't have enough detail to warrant doing such, plus the intro doesn't play if you go higher than 640x480 (minor inconvenience, but eh). Plus the 2D graphics such as the text get all pixellated when you do such (there's no anti-aliasing in this game), so the default had to do. This is pretty much your standard pick-up game. I haven't unlocked everything in this game as you might have noticed, but I don't have that kind of patience. Once again, I tried to go mostly only Backyard Kids as is my tradition in these videos, often limiting myself to only one pro which I did here. Oh yeah, and I totally picked Team Humongous because why would I not do that? If that weren't an option, I'd probably have gone with the Melonheads instead. And...yeah, I'm gonna be honest, this game is ridiculously low in difficulty. I barely even had to try to make this game a complete blowout. The biggest issue is that doing a one-timer is pretty much a game breaker. Almost 80% of the time, you can score by going down either side of the rink, then passing the puck to the guy in the middle and shooting. The goalie misses it quite often when you do that. Once you figure out that simple game-breaking technique, this game is almost a complete pushover. Heck, the AI even had pretty good players and I still killed them. You can even tell a bit later in this video that I pretty much gave up and started goofing off and barely playing well, particularly to run the clock down so as to not drag this video out too long. When you have a ten-point lead, why even bother? In fact, the whole game is just kind of meh. It's really a shame that the easy difficulty really brings this game down enough, there was a lot of clear effort that went into this game. There's a heavy amount of unlockables, the graphics for their time were pretty lively and cartoony in true Backyard fashion, and the new music is seriously quite kick-butt. I especially LOVE the main menu music in this game. I wish I could love this game but unfortunately too many small problems just bring it down. Oh, and as for the "Goal" and "Penalty" graphics glitching out and going seizure-inducing, that's actually an in-game bug. That's not some incompatibility or computer weirdness, it does this on every computer I've played this game on, even my old Windows XP desktop. Just wanted to clarify that before anyone asked. Oh, and one last note I want to make. This is the very last Humongous game ever to use the classic cursor that originally debuted in Freddi Fish 1, all the way back in 1994. Since this game was actually released in 2004 (the game was named a year ahead of its actual release date), this means the cursor had a near ten-year run before finally being retired. Hard to imagine that whoever originally drew it wasn't expecting it to become such a staple of these games for almost all of the company's life. Granted, it was showing up much less often around this time; from 2003 to 2005, the only games it appeared in were the two Yaga Junior Adventures and this one. Still, to think it stuck with the company for this long is really something else. Definitely one of the icons of the company to me and I was happy to see it make one final appearance. Well, enjoy.

All illegal download requests and/or links will be removed on the spot, no questions asked. I own the original CD and have zero tolerance for such comments.
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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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