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Triple Play Baseball

Triple Play Baseball (PS2) game cover art
Platform: PlayStation 2
Genre: Sports
Developer: Treyarch

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03/13/2001
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Triple Play Baseball review

Reviewed November 15, 2004

cdbavg400 says: "Triple Play Baseball is the first baseball game released in the U.S. for the Playstation 2. Unfortunately, it came up short of the clearing the fence. With only improved graphics over its Playstation 1 relatives, this game is a disappointing debut on the PS2 for the highly successful baseball series. (Chants of "This game was rushed! This game was rushed!" are heard from the crowd.) "
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