バーチャルプロ野球'95

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Title

バーチャルプロ野球'95

Alternative Title

Virtual Pro Baseball '95
Baacharu Puro Yakyuu '95
Virtual League Baseball

Creator

Kemco

Publisher

Kemco

Date Issued

Aug 11, 1995

Format

Game (cartridge)

Medium

Nintendo Virtual Boy

Type

Sports

Language

Japanese

Description

Virtual League Baseball, known in Japan as Virtual Pro Yakyuu '95 (バーチャルプロ野球'95 Bācharu Puro Yakyū '95), is a 1995 baseball video game developed and published by Kemco for the Virtual Boy. A sequel, Virtual League Baseball 2, was planned, but later canceled due to the Virtual Boy console's poor sales.

There are three modes of play in Virtual League Baseball: Player 1 vs. computer, all-star game, and pennant race. In player 1 vs. computer, one single match is played between the player and the computer. In the all-star game, the player plays against the computer using a team of all-stars from America, Asia, or Europe. In the pennant race, the player plays a series of games against the computer, using passwords to resume play after turning off the console, instead of saving. It is a single-player game. Players can receive and enter passwords to skip levels of the game. The game's teams are international.

Source: Wikipedia

Has Part

1 dust cover

Is Part Of

Mario Sports series

Game Software Item Type Metadata

Estimated Value

$10

Files

virtual pro baseball 95.jpeg

Collection

Citation

Kemco, “バーチャルプロ野球'95,” Learning Games Initiative Research Archive (LGIRA), accessed September 24, 2020, http://lgira.mesmernet.org/items/show/6822.

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