Tel-Tel Stadium

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Tel-Tel Stadium
Tel-Tel Stadium
Cover art
Developer(s) Sunsoft[1][2]
Publisher(s) Sunsoft
Series Tel-Tel
Platform(s) Sega Mega Drive
Release date(s)
  • JP October 10, 1990
Genre(s) Sports
Mode(s) Single player
Online multiplayer (discontinued)
Distribution Cartridge

Tel-Tel Stadium (TEL・TELスタジアム?, "TEL · TEL Stadium") is a Sega Mega Drive baseball video game released in 1990. Along with Tel-Tel Mahjong it is a part of the Tel-Tel series[3] and allows for online multiplayer through the Sega MegaModem and the Sega Net Work System, as well play against computer opponents.[1]

Gameplay[edit]

The batter is waiting for the pitcher to make his delivery.

The player becomes the coach as the individual players are not directly controlled.[1] Instead, commands are given for pitching and batting; which may or may not be obeyed depending on the situation.[4] The multiplayer mode is text-only while the single-player game has all the graphics in addition to the text.[2] Thirty different teams are available in this game; with options ranging from actual Nippon Professional Baseball teams to little league baseball teams and even a team of professional wrestlers.

Reception[edit]

On release, Famitsu magazine scored the game a 26 out of 40.[5]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Tel-Tel Stadium at MobyGames
  2. ^ a b Tel-Tel Stadium at Segagaga Domain
  3. ^ Tel-Tel Stadium at Guardiana
  4. ^ Tel-Tel Stadium at Sega Retro
  5. ^ お買い物に便利 : 新作ゲームクロスレビュー - TEL TEL スタジアム. Famicom Tsushin. No.22. Pg.19. 26 October 1990.