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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. My main account: http://www.youtube.com/user/legoking831 A gameplay video for Backyard Baseball 2003. Just like with Soccer 2004, this one has all the voices changed. Personally, I don't find this game quite as enjoyable as the previous two games in the series. For one, the voices aren't as fun to listen to, and Vinnie sounds way too much like a puppet played by Sunny Day (At first I thought Lani Minella was to blame, until she told me that it was actually the clients at the studio who made her do it. Really, clients?). I also ran into several glitches I never remember running into in the original. One of them is seen in this video - sometimes, when a runner crosses home plate, they won't get counted until the next play. If you strike out into the next inning while this is happening, you won't get the point. There's also several other graphical bugs that I don't remember running into in the predecessors. They also didn't make many improvements to the season mode, other than bringing back the rewards. I do like how they finally made Big City Stadium and Super Colossal Dome unlockable though. All in all though, if I had a choice between this and the '97 version, I'd just take the '97 version. Another thing, it will be a while before I can trailer this and annotate it. So for now, a few things I'm explaining: You get Mr. Clanky after finishing the game. I decided to take the Super Colossal Dome, because, after all, this IS the last 2D Backyard Baseball, and the only one to let you pick it. Plus, few have seen it before so it's kinda nice. You will not believe how many failed recordings I had simply because of the computer's obsession with the pros. I have no idea why it decided to suddenly change its mind for this particular game and go for Backyard Kids.
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.
I AM NOT UPLOADING ANY MORE WALKTHROUGHS TO THIS ACCOUNT. SUBSCRIBE HERE IF YOU THAT'S WHAT YOU WANT TO DO IT FOR: http://www.youtube.com/user/legoking831/ Here's a single-part walkthrough for Putt-Putt Enters the Race. I was unable to get all oppositte paths since I didn't have any Bonzo path in my first walkthrough. So I decided to reuse the helmet path, mainly because I wanted the free coin. Also, I was lucky with Mr. Baldini this time. The visit I made was one of the shortest ever. I never had to go for a second visit either, despite getting the basket twice. Also, this one turned out to be SHORTER than my first walkthrough for this game, despite getting a recolor AND a car wash! I also find it impressive that, during the whole race, I had one guy block me but nobody else. This is my second favorite Putt-Putt game, behind Travels Through Time. I liked how, in a way, it was a spiritual successor to Joins the Parade with the wide amount of returning characters and locations. It also had a good soundtrack, well-balanced difficulty, and the replayability. There are several factors that put it behind Time though; for one, I was not fond of Putt-Putt's new voice actor, as it sometimes got on my nerves. Also, with the exception of the Pachinko machine (which I had the same luck here as Hondo20132), the minigames here were mediocre. The Nailers Wanted minigame had no challenge, even in the later levels, and the vegetable picking was tedious and boring. This game also wasn't as replayable as Time. Now, I don't hate this game by any means, it's still awesome, but not as awesome as Time.
I AM NOT UPLOADING ANY MORE WALKTHROUGHS TO THIS ACCOUNT. SUBSCRIBE HERE IF YOU THAT'S WHAT YOU WANT TO DO IT FOR: http://www.youtube.com/user/legoking831/ Here we are with Freddi Fish 4. I used debug mode to change the paths, and that screwed me up at one point; I was wondering why I couldn't find a fifth purple sea urchin. Due to this, I had to use item debug to raise it up by one myself. I figured it out after finishing the walkthrough - because I had changed hat paths, one purple sea urchin was lost in the process. It was supposed to be next to the shark cave, but because I had changed it, it was impossible to get. I'll try to make sure this doesn't happen again. This is, by far, my least favorite Freddi Fish game. I am sorry, but I agree with dshban here. This game is pretty boring. It might be because I dislike western settings, but this game just never appealed to me. I found that some of the characters had no development and were unmemorable, and the setting looked too similar between every screen. The minigames were all time-wasting IMO. I did like the puzzles though, as I thought they balanced it all out, and the variety between each path was also quite high. I also liked how here, they don't just tell you the possible culprits right away. Instead, you look for the actions they make to show they could possibly be behind it all.
Our toddler learning to play baseball at 18 months to 3 years...with heavy influence from the Seattle Mariners.
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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.