Baseball Edition 2000 is a 3D baseball game that uses a new generation of 3D technology with player models created from more than 100,000 polygons. It includes all 30 Major League teams, with more than 750 real-life players, including all of the latest statistics and player ratings from 1998, plus the schedules and rosters for 1999. You have the ability to create your own players and try to help your favorite team win the World Series. Baseball Edition 2000 also features more than 700 animations and realistic play-by-play announcing. In addition, the game has 3D-modeled stadiums with animated crowds. For you stat-heads, the game has batter, pitcher, and team statistics, including single-game and single-season records.
||Free to try
||Pentium-200, Windows 95/98, 32MB RAM, 60MB disk space, 3D accelerator (D3D- or OpenGL-based), DirectX Drivers