Mike Piazza's Strike Zone

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Mike Piazza's Strike Zone is a baseball game that was licensed by Major League Baseball, endorsed by Piazza himself, and released on the Nintendo 64 in 1998.

Mike Piazza's Strike Zone
Batter out.
Platforms: Nintendo 64
Release Date: NA:
June 16, 1998
Developer: Devil's Thumb Entertainment
Publisher: GT Interactive

Why It Sucks

  1. Poor graphics even for the time.
  2. Strange animation that makes the baseball players move like robots.
  3. Poor frame rates.
  4. Sound effects that get annoyingly repetitive.
  5. A very archaic batter/pitcher interface.
  6. Impossible physics: For instance, it's possible to score a 950 foot home run!




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