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All Star Baseball 2001

video game review video game review video game review video game review Video Game Review: All Star Baseball 2001 Publisher: Acclaim
Category: Sports, Baseball
Platform: N64, Game Boy
ESRB Rating: Everyone    Release Date: March 2000

Overall Rating: 4 Stars out of 4

Review by Tom Allen
4 Stars out of 4
(Review of N64 version)

All-Star Baseball 2001 is a quiet little game that grows on you. The graphics are very pleasing, using the Nintendo 64 to its greatest abilities.

The interface is very user-friendly, and you can even aim your batting strike in a particular direction. From there, it's off to the bases, where you can slide onto 3rd and prepare for a home run.

The game is a bit harder than the previous game in the series, but not to a frustrating degree.

The title says "All-Star," and all-stars you get. Say hello to Derek Jeter, Nolan Ryan, Reggie Jackson, and announcers John Sterling and Michael Kay. The famous baseball players keep up with their real-life counterparts in terms of statistics, so don't expect to kick any pro-butt right off the bat. The challenge is yours; All-Star 2001 will keep Nintendo 64 owners busy for quite a while.

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