Posted January 14, 2014

R.B.I. Baseball is Coming Back

Game Room, News

R.B.I. Baseball, the classic Namco baseball game for the NES and Atari (among other consoles), is coming back. Major League Baseball Advanced Media is developing a version for next gen consoles and mobile. From the official press release:

MLBAM today announces that R.B.I. Baseball 14, a video game brand not seen in nearly two decades, will return this spring. R.B.I. Baseball 14 is being developed by MLBAM for multi-platform distribution across current and next generation consoles and smartphones and tablets.

For the latest developments on R.B.I. Baseball 14, please visit rbigame.com and follow @RBIGame.

And just to make you feel old: the last time an R.B.I. game come out, Cardinals manager Mike Matheny was a rookie catcher.

7 comments
frankdatank
frankdatank

Next up. NFLPA sues Namco for not letting them know playing video games and not exercising increases obesity amongst players.

DuganMcSwain
DuganMcSwain

Hopefully this version will include black players

Natsnatsnats
Natsnatsnats

What about the precursor to RBI baseball?  The one that was just called "Baseball," on Nintendo.  For those of us who couldn't keep up with all the complex gameplay in RBI Baseball....

UnishowponyWherebeef
UnishowponyWherebeef

How could there be no reference to the opening scene of "The Princess Bride" in this article?

BillRogers
BillRogers

@DuganMcSwain pretty sure gooden is black and he is shown on the picture

are you just trolling or something worse?