ESPN Baseball Tonight is a baseball simulation video game developed and published by Acclaim Entertainment in 1994 for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES). The game is based on the ESPN television show of the same name, and allows players to play realistic-style baseball matches.
In the game, players can choose from several professional Major League Baseball (MLB) teams. After choosing his team, the player can start playing matches. The game uses real-time mode, and the player can control his players to perform actions such as throwing the ball, hitting the ball, and running.
The game also includes several other game modes, including tournament mode, practice mode, and competition mode. In tournament mode, players can play through the entire MLB season. In practice mode, players can practice their skills. In competition mode, players can compete against other players.
ESPN Baseball Tonight is a realistic and engaging baseball game. The game has good graphics and sound, and interesting gameplay. The game is a great choice for baseball fans.