Microsoft Baseball 2001 :: Free PC Game Demo
If you're looking for some gum-chewing, loogie-spitting, crotch-scratching,
Microsoft Baseball 2001 is a solid game. The graphics are good and most of the players look like the real-life players. Mr. Mullet (Randy Johnson) looks a bit short but he still has a rocket of an arm, so it's all good. The sound is dead-on, the announcer does a good job, and if you're into managing teams, this game rocks. Tons of trading options, that are totally easy to use, let you build your dream team in no time.
There are a few things that can be a pain in the butt, though. Nothing huge, just a glitch here and a glitch there that'll get you cussin' up a storm, like when someone you tagged at first base makes it to second. Or when you can't see the pitcher cuz the batter has decided to stand on top of home plate.
Systems:Computer - Windows 95/98, 200Mhz CPU, 32 MB RAM, 2MB Video Card, 130MB Hard Drive Space.