Anyone who ever owned an NES was excited to hear that MLB Advanced Media was bringing back R.B.I. Baseball. Now, we have pretty good idea of what the game will actually look and feel like.
For the second straight year we've gotten a January surprise with regards to baseball video games. And for the second straight year, it only nominally keeps Xbox as a relevant platform for Major League Baseball fans.
Rejoice! R.B.I. Baseball, the famed NES game (with a few sequels) will return this spring, thanks to MLB Advanced Media.
We like to play the occasional video game, but we don't obsess over them, mostly because we're not very good at them. We have, however, obsessed over Strat-o-Matic before, because we're a nerd for baseball simulation. (A bit redundant phrasing, we agree.)
If you happen to be in the general vicinity of the Comfort Suites Airport hotel in Columbus, Ohio this weekend, do we ever have the leisure activity for you: It's 2007 Ohio National RBI Baseball Tournament. Thar's right, kids: For $100, you can play the world's greatest video baseball game in which you can move the…