||(DOS/Win 95) (Retail) (003774)
92% from PC Gamer - Editor's Choice
Think You're the Best? Prove It.
The pitcher's playing some chin music tonight, but there's
no way you're backing off the plate. The harder he throws it, the farther it's
going. Bring it on any way you want - take on the computer, battle with up to 6
players, or compete for the championship via modem. Spring Training is over.
Welcome to Triple Play 97.
Up to 6-player Multiplay with Gravis GrIP system.
Pro, Rookie, and Manager modes.
Challenging EA SPORTS Artificial Intelligence.
Major League Authenticity
MLB and MLBPA Licensed
Opening Day 1996 Team Rosters and Schedules
All 28 Major League Ballparks
Motion Design player animations
Informative Play-by-Play color commentary
1995 player statistics provided by STATS Inc.
Major League Realism
Intuitive Control Interface - Think, Act, and React
like a Pro.
Five play modes: Exhibition, Series, All-Star,
Playoffs, full and partial Season Play.
Create and Trade players.
3 batting and 3 fielding views.
Home Run Derby.
Virtual Stadium technology.
Real Physics and Real Player attributes.
Pitcher Fatigue, Hot/Cold Streaks, and injuries.
Requirements: Windows 95 or MS-DOS 5.0 or higher, 468DX2 /
66 MHz CPU or higher (Pentium for Windows 95), 26 MB minimum hard drive space
free (plus 2.5 MB additional space for saved games), Size may vary depending on
hard drive, 8 MB RAM (12 MB RAM for Windows 95), 1 MB SVGA (640 x 480) VLB/PCI
video card with VESA compatible driver, 2x (MPC2 compliant) CD-ROM drive, DOS:
MSCDEX 2.21 or higher). Supported: 100% Hayes compatible 14.4K bps or faster
modem with 16550 UART chip for modem play. Null modem for two player direct
connect. Gravis GrIP. Sound and music: Windows 95: Windows 95 compatible sound
card DOS: Sound Blaster, SB Pro, SB 16 and 100% compatibles, Ensoniq
Soundscape; Microsoft Windows Sound System, Gravis UltraSound.
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