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Super Mega Baseball: Extra Innings News Post


For those of you that have been patiently waiting for the free Super Mega Baseball - Extra Innings DLC, it is available now for PlayStation 4 users.

It isn't available yet for PlayStation 3 users, but when it is, we will update this post.

UPDATE: The Super Mega Baseball demo is also available now for PlayStation 4 users, along with patch 1.02, check out the details below.

New Features:
  • Support for free Trial download
  • Support for Extra Innings Stadium Pack DLC
New Content (via Extra Innings Stadium Pack):
  • New ballpark: Emerald Diamond
  • New ballpark: Motor Yard
Improvements:
  • Input is more correctly filtered to prevent unintentional outfielder jumps/dives
  • Added preview images in stadium selection
  • Better looking water in all stadiums
  • Minor particle effect improvements
  • Improved dirt textures in some stadiums
  • Reduced animation artifacts in crowd
Bugs Addressed:
  • Input can be ignored when multiple users attempt to use advanced Ego widgets simultaneously
  • Baserunner incorrectly advancing after release of return-all command
  • Baserunners can be incorrectly ruled safe immediately after being tagged out
  • Apple Field incorrectly referred to as Apple Bowl in pre-game options
  • Coaches boxes are backwards in all stadiums
  • Front end menu runs slow after quitting a game during slow-motion sequence
  • Newly substituted pitcher occasionally fails to throw a pitch
  • Game fails to make correct ruling on balls bouncing out-of-play in foul territory
  • Customizing players can inadvertently change pitcher/batter animations

Game: Super Mega Baseball: Extra InningsHype Score: 9/10 - Vote Now
Platform: PC / Xbox OneVotes for game: 2 - View All
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Member Comments
# 1 allBthere @ 11/05/15 03:43 PM
great, this and bf4 are the only games I currently own/play for ps4, it's been one of the best releases this generation imo.
 
# 2 Steve_OS @ 11/05/15 06:45 PM
Updated the OP w/ Super Mega Baseball demo and patch 1.02 details.
 
# 3 Simple Mathematics @ 11/06/15 06:54 AM
Awesome, can't wait to try it out. This is my favorite game of all time and it's just getting better.
 
# 4 Splitter77 @ 11/06/15 07:22 AM
man- the new stadiums are great.
I love this game.
can you imagine if they make this game with like 30 fake teams and 30 fake stadiums??
I would never play another baseball game again. so far this is my game of the year by far
 
# 5 clemdawg @ 11/08/15 01:13 PM
Looks awesome! !!

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# 6 Money99 @ 11/09/15 08:05 AM
Quote:
Originally Posted by Splitter77
man- the new stadiums are great.
I love this game.
can you imagine if they make this game with like 30 fake teams and 30 fake stadiums??
I would never play another baseball game again. so far this is my game of the year by far
Really? You're enjoying it?

A game I loved back in the day was Bad News Baseball.
Despite its cartoony look it was actually quite deep with stats and strategy.
Every player had ratings for each defensive position. With injuries, this made things a lot more interesting.
I still remember when my A+ SS went down I was forced to move a guy, who was a C+ in the 6-hole.
He bobbled so many balls I was pulling my hair out. But it was great having to manage things like that.

I've always thought if someone else made a fun game with the same level of depth, I would probably buy it.

Are there seasons, stats, standings, etc?
 
# 7 Cletus @ 11/09/15 08:15 AM
Quote:
Originally Posted by Money99
Really? You're enjoying it?

A game I loved back in the day was Bad News Baseball.
Despite its cartoony look it was actually quite deep with stats and strategy.
Every player had ratings for each defensive position. With injuries, this made things a lot more interesting.
I still remember when my A+ SS went down I was forced to move a guy, who was a C+ in the 6-hole.
He bobbled so many balls I was pulling my hair out. But it was great having to manage things like that.

I've always thought if someone else made a fun game with the same level of depth, I would probably buy it.

Are there seasons, stats, standings, etc?
It's a modern take on Bad News with some Baseball Stars thrown in. Seasons,stats, customization are all in. The pitching and hitting mechanics are fun. Each player has hot/cold streaks based on how the game is going.
 
# 8 Money99 @ 11/09/15 08:38 AM
Quote:
Originally Posted by Cletus
It's a modern take on Bad News with some Baseball Stars thrown in. Seasons,stats, customization are all in. The pitching and hitting mechanics are fun. Each player has hot/cold streaks based on how the game is going.
Sweet! Thanks!
Might have to check this out.
 
# 9 Splitter77 @ 11/09/15 09:57 AM
Quote:
Originally Posted by Money99
Really? You're enjoying it?

A game I loved back in the day was Bad News Baseball.
Despite its cartoony look it was actually quite deep with stats and strategy.
Every player had ratings for each defensive position. With injuries, this made things a lot more interesting.
I still remember when my A+ SS went down I was forced to move a guy, who was a C+ in the 6-hole.
He bobbled so many balls I was pulling my hair out. But it was great having to manage things like that.

I've always thought if someone else made a fun game with the same level of depth, I would probably buy it.

Are there seasons, stats, standings, etc?
i love it.
its my fav baseball game since probably mlb the show 2012.
i played it more than the show this year.
the framerate is batter. the hit variety is better. and i like the pitching better.

dont think there are injuries. but it tracks stats. and you can edit every player.

i dream of a hockey game just like this.

i think you can try a demo of the game now. they just put it up last week.
 
# 10 bcruise @ 12/08/15 01:16 AM
Been playing this again recently. So much fun. I'm 12 games into a 48 game season and I'm 6-6 at Ego 75. The only thing I'd say is off stats-wise from the rest of the league is Walks, but they DO happen for both pitching and hitting so it's a little easier to deal with.

For about the first 7 games I played with the default Beewolves team, but I went looking for some info on the game and found that the CPU teams do "progress" their players as the games and seasons go on, same as you can do with the coach system in the game. In other words, you'll eventually fall behind if you completely ignore it.

My playing style is a bit different from what most people would choose - I'm using the two "power" options for hitting and pitching exclusively. That's the only way to get "scores" of above 60 or so on both hitting and pitching, and it's definitely the only way to play on Ego 75 without getting utterly destroyed. It results in natural inaccuracy when pitching as it's not exactly easy to stop the cursor right in my aim location, and it also forces me to throw off the plate a good portion of the time because the CPU will mash most anything thrown over it. For hitting, I have to have a good eye because it throws plenty of junk, and the square button is basically a "step" mechanic that will penalize me if my timing is poor.

I'll try to post a video of some of my gameplay later so you can see how my games are playing out. It's actually quite realistic results for what looks like a purely arcade game. It's the same sort of appeal that Hot Shots Golf has to me.
 
# 11 Polo Bandit @ 03/19/16 05:38 PM
I feel dumb for having to post this, but I can't find it on the PlayStation store for PS3. Is it still available?
 

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