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 // My first impression of Reggie Jackson Baseball was NOT good, and I think you'll understand why. When I first turned it on, I witnessed the most hideous sight ever seen in a baseball game: a RED FIELD with a GREEN crowd! ​ I honestly thought my TV was broken. ​ After nervously resetting the game, I was shocked to discover that Reggie Jackson Baseball has three fields - red, yellow, and green - which are selected at RANDOM! ​ This has got to be the most unwanted feature EVER in a baseball game!  Everyone I know who's played this game absolutely INSISTS on resetting it until you get the green field, and I feel the same way.  Once you have the green field, the graphics are not bad at all. The behind-the-batter view of the pitcher looks nice, and once the ball is put into play, the game switches to an overhead view with tiny fielders. The ball movement is smooth, but it takes some practice to track fly balls, thanks to their deceiving arcing shadows. Your fielders are slow, so you'll need to get a good jump on the ball. Reggie Jackson also offers an "​auto-fielding mode" for the lazy player. ​ Forget that - once you get used to the controls, Reggie Jackson is one heck of a baseball game.  The throwing controls are intuitive, so you'll be turning double plays with ease. During close plays at home, a close-up treats you to a nice view of the runner sliding into the catcher. There are some other nice graphical touches as well, like animated umpires, third base coaches, pitchers warming up on the sidelines, and cheerleaders (huh?​). ​ And be sure to check out what happens when the pitcher hits the batter with a pitch - a bench-clearing brawl <​I>​always</​I>​ ensues, and although medics with a stretcher carry the batter away from home plate during the mayhem, five seconds later he magically appears on first base.  Annoying music plays constantly throughout the game, and I have no idea why Sega did that. The teams are real, but the players are fictitious (except for the managers). ​ The computer opponent isn't too bright, but against a human, Reggie Jackson Baseball is a fun contest. //- www.Videogamecritic.com // My first impression of Reggie Jackson Baseball was NOT good, and I think you'll understand why. When I first turned it on, I witnessed the most hideous sight ever seen in a baseball game: a RED FIELD with a GREEN crowd! ​ I honestly thought my TV was broken. ​ After nervously resetting the game, I was shocked to discover that Reggie Jackson Baseball has three fields - red, yellow, and green - which are selected at RANDOM! ​ This has got to be the most unwanted feature EVER in a baseball game!  Everyone I know who's played this game absolutely INSISTS on resetting it until you get the green field, and I feel the same way.  Once you have the green field, the graphics are not bad at all. The behind-the-batter view of the pitcher looks nice, and once the ball is put into play, the game switches to an overhead view with tiny fielders. The ball movement is smooth, but it takes some practice to track fly balls, thanks to their deceiving arcing shadows. Your fielders are slow, so you'll need to get a good jump on the ball. Reggie Jackson also offers an "​auto-fielding mode" for the lazy player. ​ Forget that - once you get used to the controls, Reggie Jackson is one heck of a baseball game.  The throwing controls are intuitive, so you'll be turning double plays with ease. During close plays at home, a close-up treats you to a nice view of the runner sliding into the catcher. There are some other nice graphical touches as well, like animated umpires, third base coaches, pitchers warming up on the sidelines, and cheerleaders (huh?​). ​ And be sure to check out what happens when the pitcher hits the batter with a pitch - a bench-clearing brawl <​I>​always</​I>​ ensues, and although medics with a stretcher carry the batter away from home plate during the mayhem, five seconds later he magically appears on first base.  Annoying music plays constantly throughout the game, and I have no idea why Sega did that. The teams are real, but the players are fictitious (except for the managers). ​ The computer opponent isn't too bright, but against a human, Reggie Jackson Baseball is a fun contest. //- www.Videogamecritic.com
  
 
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