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'All-Star Baseball 2004' (Xbox/PS2/NGC/PC) - Features & Screens

by Rainier on Dec. 6, 2002 @ 7:08 p.m. PST

Acclaim Entertainment and Austin Studios create a home run with All-Star Baseball 2004, the next installment to the #1 baseball franchise. The product will launch on PS2, GC, Xbox and GBA February '03 and on PC May '03. Check out the new batch of screens...

Featuring four-time World Series Champion Derek Jeter, ASB 2004 promises to deliver more than 80 features and improvements including:

  • For the first time ever, go online and compete against other players;
  • Includes 110 retired Legends of MLB and Negro Leagues - including Lou Gehrig, Babe Ruth, Ty Cobb, Cal Ripken, Satchel Paige, Josh Gibson and Buck O'Neill;
  • Scenario mode where Derek Jeter introduces actual scenarios from last year's games and enables gamers to assume the role of manager and decide how they would call it -- the ultimate "What if" mode;
  • Pick-up game mode that enables you to choose up sides with your favorite players and play in any MLB stadium;
  • Panoramic Stadium Tour where Jeter highlights all the interesting facts and features of each stadium;
  • Multimedia Section featuring live game footage of Jeter and other Major League stars;
  • All-new Rookie Mode where Jeter serves as a guide and instructor in the tutorial;
  • Practice Mode through which Jeter makes players familiar with the controls, game play, and specific situations;
  • More than 80 new features and improvements, including:
    • Complete front-end overhaul;
    • In-game save capability;
    • Improved fielding, base running & batting AI;
  • Downloadable rosters;
  • Over 50 playable teams, 75 stadiums, 200 uniforms and 20 unlockable teams;
  • English & Spanish play-by-play;

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