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MLB Slugfest 2006 Screenshots

Publisher: Midway
Developer: Blue Shift
ESRB: Everyone 10+
Ship Date: Summer 2006

The most aggressive, arcade-style baseball game to-date takes MLB® action to the extreme in a larger-than-life style! MLB® SlugFest® 2006 heats up the field with towering home runs, circus catches, home-plate collisions and outrageous abilities like turbo pitching, throwing bean balls and the option of breaking-up double-plays by going in spikes high. Compete in Season, Playoff or Challenge Mode, OR for the first time ever in SlugFest®, create your very own players in the Create-A-Player mode.

Key Features:

  • Create-A-Player: For the first time ever in the SlugFest® franchise, players can customize the on-field experience even further using the Create-A-Player mode. Create-A-Team option will also return in MLB® SlugFest® 2006.
  • The Only Over-the-Top Baseball Game: The only baseball videogame featuring Midway's classic fast and furious gameplay with bean balls, hard tags, and over-the-top animations
  • The Most Entertaining Baseball Videogame:
    • The easiest baseball videogame to pick-up-and-play
    • Humorous play-by-play and color commentary by the voice of Midway Sports, Tim Kitzrow and his laugh-a-minute sidekick, Jim Shorts
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