Ken Griffey Jr. Presents Major League Baseball is a Super NES baseball game that was released in 1994. The game has a Major League Baseball (MLB) license but not a Major League Baseball Players Association (MLBPA) license, meaning that the game has real stadiums and real teams, but not real players (except Ken Griffey Jr.). The fictitious players have the same statistics as their real-world counterparts, and the game comes with a name-changing feature that allows players to change the athletes’ names.
The game was groundbreaking and had a long list of features for its time. The game featured statistics from the real-life 1993 MLB season, and also kept statistics for the team controlled by the user throughout a season, though all of the statistics of CPU-controlled teams remained unchanged. The team rosters are based on the 1993 MLB season, with stats included. Nearly every team has its own venue, sometimes complete with unique features, including Dodger Stadium’s “slants” by the outfield crowd (the outfield “roof”), Shea Stadium’s minuscule center field crowd, and the large scoreboard in the right field of Comiskey Park.
Due to cartridge space limitations, some stadiums could not be added, and in those cases a generic stadium with green or blue walls is used (this layout was mostly used for the concrete donuts such as Riverfront Stadium and Three Rivers Stadium, themselves noted for being generic). Some of the stadiums are particularly realistic; Fenway Park’s trademark Green Monster is in the game, as is Joe Robbie Stadium’s teal wall and Oriole Park at Camden Yards’ trademark Warehouse in right field. The Cincinnati Reds have a blue outfield wall as opposed to their signature green wall at Riverfront Stadium.
Ken Griffey Jr. Presents Major League Baseball
Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES)
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