This is a simulation fan's dream. It has accurate stats, intuitive AI, and realistic graphics and sound all in one to make a realistic baseball world.
The arcade baseball lover will probably be disappointed, as stats have more impact towards game outcomes as well as by the game's much slower pace. Realism is key and All-Star Baseball 2000 delivers it in spades, but yet it is still loads of fun to play.
Those who wish to delve into the game's most complex features should be aware that the instruction manual is sorely lacking when it comes to detailing the most intricate parts of the game. If you love 'real' baseball, don't deny yourself this game.
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