Sammy Sosa High Heat Baseball 2001 (Sony PlayStation, 2000)
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|3DO's High Heat Baseball series is known not just for featuring all the real-life Major League players, but also for infusing those virtual players with an enormous amount of statistical data to help ensure that performance and abilities in the video game match those demonstrated in the real-world ballparks. Sammy Sosa High Heat Baseball 2001 is the third installment of the High Heat series from 3DO. The game features several modes of play which includes exibition, season, home run derby, playoffs, and custom league.
High Heat was traditionally known for possessing more simulation-style qualities than competitors World Series Baseball, All Star Baseball, or Triple Play Baseball. At the core of High Heat′s gameplay was its batter-pitcher interface, which was often hailed as the most realistic of its era.
The game covers both the managerial and player aspects of America's favorite pastime. As manager, you're given the ability to not only manage your major league squad, but also the minor leagues. You can also place players on the disabled list, inactive list, make player cuts and trades.
Season's can have customized schedules and playoff series. The game features a 'career' option to guide your team through multiple seasons.
On the field, gameplay can be customized from controlling every pitch and swing, to simply making manageriel calls from the dugout. With licences from Major League Baseball and MLB Players Assoc., all the teams, players and stadiums are included.
|Publisher||The 3DO Company|
|Game||Sammy Sosa High Heat Baseball 2001|
|Number of Players||1 or 2|
|ESRB Rating||E - Everyone|
|Game Series||High Heat Baseball Series|
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