R.B.I. Baseball 15 Game Review

R.B.I. Baseball 15 Game Review

My love of sports games is not something that’s overly documented, although anyone who follows me on Twitter may know that, last year, I put over 300 hours combined into FIFA 15 and Don Bradman Cricket 14. Not even remotely close to joking there.

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R.B.I. Baseball 15

So with that in mind, it won’t be too difficult for you to envision why I’m a little excited at the prospect of R.B.I. Baseball 15, a modern re-release of the classic NES series, launching on PS4 and Xbox One this week. 

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It features couch co-op for two players, which is really the most important feature, but there’s also stat-tracking, “authentic” ballparks, customis able lineups, retro-style 2 button controls (an added bonus) and three difficulty settings. 

R.B.I. Baseball 15

To be fair, if you play this alone, you’re effectively cheating and, in my book, should be glassed. Which might be a little extreme.

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But then again, what American sport isn’t? R.B.I. Baseball 15 is set to launch for US$20 on Xbox One and PS4 this week. A PC, Mac, iOS and Android version is supposedly due out as well, but there’s no information about that just yet. -games

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