Super Mario Stadium: Family Baseball

Super Mario Stadium: Family Baseball

Compatible with Nintendo™ Wii (Wii™)

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  • Simple, Active Controls: Rookies and veterans alike will be hittin' it home in no time. Simply swing the Wii Remote controller like a bat, or use a pitching motion to test your strike power from the mound!
  • Live the Dream: Show your face at the plate; play as your Mii!
  • Play Ball! ...With Friends: Up to four players can challenge one another on a single Wii console. Go nine innings or try one of the minigames - including a home run contest!
  • Stadium Mania: Select from nine unique stadiums - everything from an ice-filled castle to an urban cityscape! Many stadiums can be acccessed day or night, allowing double-headers under the lights!
  • aka. Mario Super Sluggers


Step up to the plate with Mario and friends. Make the intuitive Wii Remote controller your bat as you dominate the diamond with Mario, Luigi, Peach and the rest of the gang!Dust off your cleats! It's time to play ball!

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Original Name  スーパーマリオスタジアム ファミリーベースボール
Official Release Date Jun 19, 2008
Genre Sports
Version  Japan
  CERO A (Free)
PAX-Code PAX0002129301
Catalog No.  RVL-P-RMBJ
Item Code  4902370516661

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danualwaysplay (568) on 19, May. 2013 16:10 (HKT)
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Shadow A (73) on 03, Jan. 2013 12:38 (HKT)
No one can have enough Mario
Mario Super Sluggers is a very good addition to the Mario Sport franchise. A very good way to play Baseball if you don't like too much this sport, but if you like it, is very fun and addictive, specially with the Wiimote controls.
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PuNiao (365) on 17, Oct. 2008 14:15 (HKT)
This game is no homerun
The release of a new Mario sports videogame used to be something worth celebrating. Mario sports titles used to be - like his platforming ones (think New Super Mario Brothers) - easily the most innovative and imaginative entries in their respective sporting arenas, from tennis to basketball to golf. In stark contrast, Mario Super Sluggers' uninspired gameplay represents a new low point in the mustachioed plumber's sporting career. To its credit, the game still retains the Mario franchise's trademark easy, breezy play. Pitching and batting the ball is as simple as swinging the Wiimote gently in any direction twice - first to wind up and then to follow through. This is certainly better than the baseball game in Wii Sports, which suffers from frustratingly inaccurate motion-sensing controls. Back to Mario Super Sluggers: The strength of your pitch changes depending on the timing of your Wiimote swings. Similarly, twisting the Wiimote or not will determine if it's going to be a curved or a straight hit. At the batter's end, time your strike slightly earlier or later to send it flying right or left respectively. Hit it dead centre for a homerun. Once the ball has been hit, the batter begins sprinting for the bases and it's a race against the fielders who are supposed to catch and throw the ball back. Shake the Wiimote to run faster. Besides the excellent implementation of motion controls, there's nothing spectacular about Mario Super Sluggers. Certainly not with the games' super moves: Mario simply pitches or bats the ball so hard it turns into a fireball. How exciting is that? There are also special buddy moves that are available if you string together characters that share an affinity. For instance, as fielders, Mario and Peach - but not Wario and Peach - can help each other perform a boost-jump to catch a homerun ball. Too bad these buddy moves are not character-specific. Homerun-blocking catches are not the breathtaking spectacles they should be when even generic characters like Toad and Dry Bones can pull it off. Factor in a cheesy story mode that recycles pitching, batting and fielding exercises - plus the conspicuously missing online play - and you'll see why Mario Super Sluggers didn't score a home-run with me, although it's still a notch above Wii Sports baseball.
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