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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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.
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