Super Bases Loaded

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Super Bases Loaded
Super Bases Loaded Coverart.png
North America cover art
Developer(s) Tose
Publisher(s) Jaleco[1]
Composer(s) Tatsuya Nishimura
Platform(s) Super NES[1]
Genre(s) Traditional baseball simulation[1]
Mode(s) Single-player
Multiplayer (up to 2 players)

Super Bases Loaded is a baseball video game produced by Jaleco for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System in 1991. It is the fifth overall installment of the Bases Loaded series, and first installment of the secondary series for the Super NES. This game was originally released in Japan under the title Super Professional Baseball (スーパープロフェッショナルベースボール) in Japan.[2]

The North American version includes a sponsorship from Ryne Sandberg, one of the most dominant players in contemporary Major League Baseball history.


When the player loses a game, it's game over and the player is sent back to the title screen to try again on the lowest level of play. When the player wins the game however, the game gives the player a score between 0 and 100.

Getting 100 once automatically gets the player promoted to the toughest level, where getting the perfect 100 score again means defeating the game and causing credits to appear. Achieving a score lower than normal, gets the player demoted to a lower level and a stern message from the invisible drill instructor in the game. However, getting a higher score than normal gets the player promoted to the next level and admirations from the instructor.

The advertising in the game consists of spoofs from actual companies that were in existence in the early 1990s. The language of the advertisements are in English in the North American version while the Japanese version has most of its advertisements in Japanese. In addition to this, home run messages appear in either English or Japanese, depending on what version the player has. The player has two edit teams and he/she can edit the names of the player and career statistics in an attempt to either improve the batter/pitcher or to deliberately make him perform worse on the field.

Professional teams[edit]

  • Atlanta Amoebas
  • Boston Buzzards
  • Chicago Cyclops
  • New York Mercs
  • Philadelphia Hawks
  • Washington Weasels
  • Hawaii Islanders
  • Kansas City Kings
  • Los Angeles Lizards
  • Seattle Storm
  • Texas Tornados
  • Utah Stars

The player can also edit their own team in this game.

See also[edit]


  1. ^ a b c d e "Release information". GameFAQs. Retrieved 2011-07-26.
  2. ^ "Japanese title". Retrieved 2013-01-28.