Bases Loaded

Bases Loaded

2008

System
NES
Publisher
HAMSTER
Developer
Jaleco

N/A

Game Rating

User Ratings: 1

Our Review: 5/10

Overview

Number of Players
2
Genre
Sports
Release Date

Wii Shop

  • 7th Apr 2008, 500 points (USA)
  • 11th Sep 2007, 500 points (JPN)

Wii U eShop

  • 15th May 2013, ¥500 (JPN)
  • 10th Jul 2014, $4.99, 17 MB (USA)

3DS eShop

  • 10th Jul 2014, $4.99, 109 blocks (USA)
Controller Support
All

Screenshots (5)

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Reviews

  • 9

    Wii U eShop / NES

    Review Bases Loaded

    America’s 8-bit pastime

    Is there anything more American than hotdogs and apple pie? Yes. Yes there is. It’s baseball. The answer is baseball. It’s a game that has permeated the American culture and inserted itself firmly into so many of our lives. As such, it comes as no surprise that there are a plethora of video games available based on the...

  • 13

    3DS eShop / NES

    Review Bases Loaded

    Can this old timer still make contact?

    Back in the mid-to-late 80s, when the NES was the dominant force in video games, cyber sporting wasn’t exactly the complex affair that it is now. With modern controllers having about a dozen buttons and joysticks to manage, it’s common for every one of those to be utilized for numerous functions —...

  • 4

    Wii Virtual Console / NES

    Review Bases Loaded

    Not quite a home run.

    To herald the start of the new baseball season in the USA, it seems fitting that Bases Loaded should get a Virtual Console release. When this was first released on the NES twenty years ago there wasn’t really much that came close to it. The simple, yet innovative gameplay struck a home run with baseball fans all over the...

About The Game

Pitch, Hit and Run Like the Pros!

Bases Loaded is a baseball game with an arcade feel and plenty of options from which players can choose. Select one of twelve teams, set your lineup from the 30 players available (each with different strengths), and then play a single game or try to win the pennant. During game play, the screen shows two different viewpoints: one from behind home plate as you’re batting, and the other from the pitching mound in a television-style shot (unique for the time) as your team plays in the field. Strong play control and excellent graphics add to the excitement as you decide what pitch to throw (you can even try to provoke the opposing batter into charging the mound!), control all of the positions in the field, or do your best to get a hit. So step to the plate and find out why this is one of the most popular baseball games on the NES. Can you pull through in the clutch?