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Battle Baseball (バトルベースボールBatoru Bēsubōru) is a Japan-only baseball video game developed by Vic Tokai and published by Banpresto for the Famicom on February 19, 1993. Apart of the collaborative "Compati Sports Series" (コンパチスポーツシリーズKonpachi Supōtsu Shirīzu) in the Compati Hero series, it crosses over characters from several popular Japanese franchises, including Godzilla, Ultraman, Kamen Rider and Gundam.
The game has three main game modes, league (playing a season of games), open (playing a single game), and all star (which allows you to build teams). A round starts with a load screen that allows the player to change the stadium, amount of innings, time of day and which of the eight teams will play against each other, as well as choosing which teams will be controlled by AI and which will be controlled by players (which can also be done mid-game).
Each team features protagonists and antagonists from the aforementioned series.
When playing, the screen mainly shows a view of the player or opposing team batting, and when they hit the view changes to the overall field to show if the ball is caught or if it goes out of the park. Sometimes a ball will hit an outfielder on the head and leave him reeling for a few seconds.
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