Orel Hershiser's Strike Zone is a action-oriented baseball game starring the baseball star Orel Hershiser.
This game offers 2 modes of play - strike zone (main game), and home run derby (batting training). This gameplay is made up for by animations of baseball players, and user interface that allows you to adjust both the speed and direction of your bat with on-screen gauges The player can choose among 26 teams and play directly in the positions of batter and pitcher. A managerial element is also included: when playing a whole season the player can choose the lineup and the batting order.
A conversion of the coin-up game of the same name by Leland Corp., Orel Hershiser's Strike Zone is a great action-oriented baseball game starring baseball's star of the same name. Nicknamed "The Bulldog" by fans, Orel Hershisers led the Los Angeles Dodgers to capture World Championship in 1988, winning MVP awards for both NLCS and the World Series in that year.
The game, true to its name and coin-op history, is an action-oriented game that offers only 2 modes of play: strike zone, and home run derby. In each, your objective is either to make as many strikes home runs as possible. The goal is simply to amass the best statistics to get your name on the Top Sluggers / Batters / Pitchers tables. This very limited gameplay is made up for by excellent animations of baseball players, and a great user interface that allows you to adjust both the speed and direction of your bat with on-screen gauges. Orel isn't a full-fledged baseball simulation by any means, but for anyone looking to do a quick homer, this is as good as it gets. Digitized voices from PC speaker and fluid player animations round off this fun breather. Recommended!
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