PureSim Baseball 2007

Platform(s): PC
Genre: Simulation
Publisher: Matrix Games
Developer: PureSim

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Matrix Games Signs 'PureSim Baseball 2007'

by Rainier on May 5, 2006 @ 12:47 a.m. PDT

The 2007 version of PureSim Baseball has several improvements over last year's model, including a massive overhaul in the area of statistical tracking. PureSim Baseball 2007 uses an automatically-generated dream almanac containing thousands of pages of detailed stats on players and team histories. Directly integrated into the game, it uses standard HTML formatting which allows it to be published onto the web.

PureSim Baseball 2007 will use an automatically generated almanac containing thousands of pages of detailed stats on players and team history. It is directly integrated into the game and uses standard HTML, allowing it to be published onto the web as well. That isn’t all that is new, not by a 500 ft homer. The 2006 edition will also contain improved graphics, new sounds, animated ball flight, multiple levels of minors (A, AA, AAA), faster simulation speed, improved AI, improved templates for faster association creation, and an improved play by play.

PureSim Baseball 2006 also contains the best features from the 2005 Gold Edition. The famed support of being able to simulate any Major League season from 1900 to 2005, the unique aging system, completely customizable parks and leagues, and the ability to edit any aspect of any detail found within the game.


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