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Earl Weaver Baseball - In-depth Written Amiga Review With Pics

  Earl Weaver Baseball Amiga, 1987 Mirage Graphics/EA $49.95 *My video review for Earl Weaver Baseball *Next article *Previous article *Alphabetical list of writings *Game played/shown in its designed NTSC mode/4:3 aspect ratio I could hear the crack of the bat from the living room couch, the Amiga sitting comfortably a floor below in our basement. Instantaneously followed by an unforgettable rendition of Stars and Stripes Forever, there could be no doubts that dad was sitting down to an Amiga classic. Definitive, even. How many games do you know which were compared to brand new titles over a decade after its initial release, with the new games being shown in an unfavorable light to that original? These weren't the next titles in a long running franchise, nor obvious clones meant to rip off some old classic. They were state of the art 3D titles necessitating Pentium II processors, and they were bowing down to the 7mhz Amiga.  Pick your favorite games from your favorite compute