Backyard Sports: Sandlot Sluggers Is Playing Baseball in an Exciting Arcade Style

Playing games like soccer and baseball in someone’s backyard is a tradition since the birth of the games. Let it be any country or religion, this is something which defies everything except for your mom’s shouting. So, based on this defying tradition, 1998 saw the upcoming of Backyard sports series with the first one being Backyard Baseball followed with Backyard Basketball, Soccer, Football, Hockey and Skateboarding over the years and now, here is the latest addition to the Backyard Baseball collection. This is “Backyard Sports: Sandlot Sluggers” which presents the fun of playing ball in an exciting arcade style.

Backyard Sports Sandlot Sluggers

As the winter passes by and the temperature rising, the season of Baseball is entering. This American pastime game has been presented in Sandlot Sluggers along. It also shows the fun of kids joining their best neighborhood friends and playing ball in a very enthusiastic manner. It is also packed with surprises and comedic commentary with larger-than-life animations. With killer exquisite graphics, enhanced gameplay and wide range of options, the game is sure to keep all the players enthusiastic and stuck to their consoles. For those couch potatoes who might forgot the fun of playing in the neighborhood, this game might make them feel the same and make them step away from their consoles for sometime to enjoy the fresh air and sweat of the game.

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The Duo HB Studios and Humongous had come together for this one’s development and its being published by Atari. The game is being planned to be released 25th May, 2010 and will be a treat for all the Nintendo DS, Wii and Xbox360 players. It comes with a price tag of $29.99 for the Nintendo DS players.

I must advise you to see some more such interesting gaming in Nintendo like Golden Sun DS and Touch The Dead , which are real interesting.

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