"Once the game gets past some colorful menu screens with chubby cartoon versions of Sheen, Berenger, and what looks like an anthropomorphized version of the poster logo, what’s left is a spare baseball simulation. Options include paying against the computer, a friend, or watching the computer play itself. There are indeed 14 teams, but it’s impossible to distinguish between them since the menu doesn’t give them names, just letters. The team portraits at the bottom don’t even change once a team is selected."
Thomas F. Wilson, Michael J. Fox
Back to the Future II & III
The aptly described Charming Mermaid Thaisamba 2, from Mystical Ninja Starring Goemon by Konami.
(N64 - 1998)
Super Game Boy commercial.
"We’re ready to fight!! Mwa-ha-ha-ha!!" - Little Master: Niji Iro no Maseki (Jewels of the Rainbow) - Tokuma Shoten; Super Famicom, 1995.
Gotta run really speedy!
Princess Tomato in the Salad Kingdom (Japanese PC-88 version)
One of the best things about the 1970’s was bookshelf games. I have an edition of Stocks and Bonds and I’ve played the football game.