Baseball fans will fondly remember R.B.I. Baseball, originally developed for the NES. The last version of the game was R.B.I.Baseball 95 for the Sega 32X. Great news Baseball fans. The title is returning. The game is being developed by MLB Advanced Media, which is the MLBs in-house media arm responsible for the popular At Bat app. Hopefully this will mean more realistic images and the use of real player’s names and team logos as well.
R.B.I.Baseball 14 will be available this spring for current and next-gen consoles, but the game will also debut on handsets and tablets, so you can literally have the game on any device. If you want to be notified when the game is ready to load on your device, you can register your email address on the new R.B.I. Baseball website, here.
Here is to hoping that the new version of R.B.I. Baseball will use real stats and players will perform as they do in real life. It will be interesting to see how it plays after all these years. This game was a classic as soon as it first came out.
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