|Ken Griffey Jr. Presents Major League Baseball Review by: Marcmoney
Ken Griffey Jr. Presents Major League Baseball Review
Overall - 7
Ken Griffey Jr. Presents Major League Baseball on the SNES is not that bad of a game. Apparently, I own this game and I still have it on this very day. I remember playing this game as a kid and I would do horribly on it. I would always lose and I would not know why. Right now, I would play it and I could actually beat it now, but only on the easiest difficulty lol. Anyways, this is actually the first baseball game that I have ever played in my life. I do not know why I got it in the past, heck, I do not even like baseball, but I guess it is an alright game to play. This game is very interesting. I guarantee you that this game is worth playing.
Graphics - 8
The graphics are slightly bad. I have seen better graphics on the SNES than this, but it is not too bad. The effects are pretty good. Seeing the baseball come right up to your face, looks very real. That is probably the only thing that is best about it when it comes to graphics.
Sound - 8
The sound is very good. But what is better is the sound effects. My favorite is from the batters that strike out. They either do something funny or yell, which can be very funny. That is probably the most entertaining thing in the game.
Addictiveness - 2
The game is not so addicting. As much as I hate baseball, I would probably not play this game anymore. Only for people that like playing sports or that are baseball fans.
Story - N/A
There is no story in this game. If there is, then it would have to be something about Ken Griffey Jr, which I do not think there is one.
Depth - 5
There is not much to say about the game. From what I remember, it is just playing a single game mode or an all-star mode, which is only just one game too (I think). Also, you can change the controls on whether you want to let the game control some of the controls that can help you, or just make it challenging and just play the game with no assistance. Other than that, everything else seem to be fine.
Difficulty - 7
The game, like I said, can be tough on your first time. I just could not stand the other team winning so much that I happen to got better and finally start winning. Other than that, nothing else seems to be hard or hard to control. Also, it is not so hard to get a home run to be honest. If you hit the ball at the right moment, it should not be so hard to get a home run.
Wrap Thing Up...
Ken Griffey Jr. Presents Major League Baseball on the SNES is quite a good game. I would recommend trying this game out if you have not already. As much as I hate playing baseball, this game is not half bad. Knock it out of the park. :)
Graphics 8 Sound 8 Addictive 2 Depth 5 Difficulty 7
Ken Griffey Jr. Presents Major League Baseball Box Description: From power hiting to playing awesome defense, "The Kid" can do it all! Now, you can too, with KEN GRIFFEY JR. PRESENTS MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL®! Hundreds of unique characters from your favorite teams are here-- the very best Major League Baseball has to offer!
Dive or leap to make the catch! Jump over the hard slide of the lead runner, pivot and fire to first for a rally-killing double play! Feel the pain when you slam into the outfield fence and rob your opponent of extra bases! Do you have what it takes to play ball with "The Kid"?
Ken Griffey Jr. Presents Major League Baseball Description: Ken Griffey Jr Presents Major League Baseball is a baseball simulation featuring Ken Griffey Jr. of the "Nintendo Owned" Seattle Mariners. This licensed game allows you to play with all 28 Major League Teams in their own stadiums and over 700 player names (not likenesses). You control your pitcher or batter as well your fielders. The game allows you to play and save a 26, 78 or 162 game season.
Loose Value: (beta)
Complete Value: (beta)
New Value: (beta)