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Little League World Series Baseball 2009

Platform : Nintendo Wii
Rated: Everyone
15 customer reviews

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  • New announcers including legendary announcers Brent Musburger and Gary Thorne call all the play by play action.
  • New collectibles/talents, including power-ups for added strategy, new talent vs. talent face-offs, and a variety of all new cards can be unlocked and collected for added re-playability.
  • Expanded World Series Mode with full team editor, regional tournaments and 6 new stadiums.
  • Enhanced character creator allows for customization of batting, pitching and fielding styles, choice of equipment such as Louisville Slugger bats, Wilson helmets, Easton catcher's gear and more, unique uniform creation.
  • Plenty of skill challenges, including 4 of the best from last season, plus 2 all-new fun challenges unique to this release.
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Product Description

Platform: Nintendo Wii

Product Description

Step up to the plate and swing for the fences with the next season of Little League World Series Baseball 2009! Player return to the baseball diamond with improved controls, more stadiums, more teams, new talents, new Skill Challenges and more fun than ever before!

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Enjoy the National Pastime like never before as you step up to the plate to swing for the fences and take to the field to play defense with the next season of Little League World Series Baseball 2009. Follow-up to the 2008 version of the game, players and up to three friends return to the baseball diamond with improved controls, more stadiums, more teams, new talents, new skill challenges and more fun than ever before.

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Pitching in 'Little League World Series Baseball 2009'
Customizable teams & players.
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Baseball darts in 'Little League World Series Baseball 2009'
Baseball-themed mini-games.
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Multiplayer option in 'Little League World Series Baseball 2009'
4-person multiplayer.
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Fully Customizable
Little League World Series Baseball 2009 is all about creating the ultimate Little League experience you want. Customize your teams and star players and watch them improve as you advance through the expanded World Series Mode, featuring 16 authentic teams from across the globe and 20 customizable teams. In addition, the game contains more in-depth customizable features that include selection of hair, eyes, pitching, and batting styles and much more. Players also have the added ability to select authentic equipment from Wilson, Louisville Slugger and Easton as they step to the plate and take to the field.

Mini-games
Along with traditional baseball action, Little League World Series Baseball 2009 features a mix of mini-games that are sure to be a hit at any Wii party. These are all centered around the pitching and batting mechanics used within the game, and include favorites from the previous game in the series like Home Run Tourney, Batting Frenzy, Pitching Darts, Pitching Bowling, as well as the two new games, Around the Horn and Dunk Dugout.

Key Features:

  • New Collectibles and Talents
    • New powerups for added strategy.
    • New talent vs. talent face-offs.
    • A variety of new cards can be unlocked and collected for added replayablity.
  • Expanded World Series Mode
    • Full team editor.
    • Regional tournaments.
    • Six new stadiums.
  • New Skill Challenges
    • Four of the best from last season with two all-new fun skill challenges.
  • New Announcers
    • Legendary announcers Brent Musburger and Gary Thorne call on all the play-by-play action.
  • Enhanced Character Creator
    • Customize your batting, pitching and fielding style.
    • Choose authentic equipment such as Louisville Slugger bats, Wilson helmets, Easton catchers gear and more.
  • Multiplayer Options
    • Play with up to three other friends in a variety of exhibition modes and skill challenges.
Collectable Items
Players can unlock over 100 collectable items such as trophies, pins, bobbleheads, talent cards and more, all viewable within the Clubhouse. In addition to adding to the sheer fun of the game, these items are an integral component to success in the game. For example, talent cards can be played to add skill and strategy during gameplay.

Product Details

Platform: Nintendo Wii
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B001NJ10HO
  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 5.4 x 0.6 inches ; 3.2 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: June 23, 2009
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,584 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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Customer Reviews

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23 of 24 people found the following review helpful By S. Wegzyn on August 31, 2009
Platform for Display: Nintendo Wii
This review is meant for fans of the series, so I won't bother with details about how the game works, as I'm assuming you've already played the first game.

This review is about the differences between the two versions to help you decide if it is worth buying 2009 or just to continue play 2008.

First off, I'm actually going to start off with the cons to get them out of the way. The most noticiable (and irritating) negative addition this year is the commentary. On the back of the case it says there are two commentators, but so far I've only heard one and he has about... let's see... 5 lines of recorded dialouge. Ok, that may be an exaggeration but you'll be sick of hearing lines like "It's all fun" and "There are roses to be cut today!" after you've heard them seventeen times in the same game. Especially when there seems to be no triggering event for these lines. It's just thrown in for filler during dead air.

(AMENDMENT: The commentating duo is only during the World Series or exhibition games being played at one of the big three LLWS stadiums. For any games being played at the smaller stadiums, including the regional games, there is just one commentator)

Also, the commentator will say things that are contrary to what's going on in the field. Examples would be him talking about how nice the weather is in Williamsport today even though you're playing in the regionals in the Northwest. Or, in one game, I was trailing 4-0 and scored one run and he said that I "came from behind to take the lead." Huh? If the commentary was going to be this bad, they should have just stuck with the format they had last year of just limiting it to stadium introductions.

Really, I would say, this is my one true gripe with this game.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Lois L. Waterhouse on August 6, 2009
Platform for Display: Nintendo Wii
I bought this game for my nephews who are 10 and 12 and they absolutely love it. They said that it is so much better than 2008 Little League World Series. They are always playing the game.
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15 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Denny Ikiryo on July 8, 2009
Platform for Display: Nintendo Wii
This game is not a baseball simulation. If you want realism then play MLBThe Show on Playstation 3.

This is a good game for younger kids. My 5 year old loves it, and has learned a lot about baseball by playing this game.

The controls ARE adjustable. On the easiest setting all you basically have to do is swing to hit, and shake the controler to field. You can play it on more difficult controls. My son also likes the mini-games and is proud of himself for all this rewards and unlocked prizes.

CONS: The announcer comments more often than not -- DO NOT MATCH EVENTS ON THE FIELD!!!

Also, There is NO INSTANT REPLAY!!! How can you have a sports game with no instant replay???? It would be good to coach a young potential little leaguer by reviewing a play, and having them think about stategy. Also, replay could also teach fundamentals of the game such as What is a forceout? Why was the runner out when he tried to advance on a fly ball out, etc. Maybe the developers thought that instant replay would slow down the game, as it is fairly fast paced little game.

Sorry for the typos
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Paula F. on January 10, 2010
Platform for Display: Nintendo Wii Verified Purchase
My 8 yr old son LOVES baseball and loves this game. We have spent hours playing this as a whole family since Christmas Day. He set up his whole AAU team in the Mii profiles so we play with all his teammates which is just funny. Especially since Grandma & Grandpa also have a Mii profile & often end up on the field too. This is a lot more fun than the baseball game that comes with the Wii console, although we have enjoyed both.
For us the Wii games are not about amazing graphics or complex game strategy, they play the XBox for those type of games. We have found that the Wii is all about family & plain old fun. We really like the sport games & this game is just plain fun. Enjoy!
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By A. Nipper on November 1, 2009
Platform for Display: Nintendo Wii Verified Purchase
this game is really fun, even for older age people, i don't play a lot of wii games but this one had me playing the wii for countless days and hours!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Joseph Belanich on August 15, 2011
Platform for Display: Nintendo Wii Verified Purchase
I wanted a Wii baseball game I could play with my 8 yr old son that would be fun and also teach him about the game. After reading reviews I chose this one because it was easy to play and you could customize the difficulty. You can set the game to handle somethings automatically like base running and defense.Over all I have been very happy with this game and we play it often
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Edgar E. Battistella B. on June 22, 2011
Platform for Display: Nintendo Wii Verified Purchase
I was looking for a neutral baseball game, with no real name players, and this has been a good choice.

You can play 11 games and get a championship, but this is not necessarily easy, but is not impossible. I was tired (of course) of the baseball game that nintendo wii has originally. There is a moment that you can't win, the computer hits everything, and I was tired of that.

In LLWS 2009 you can throw a no hitter, and lose the next game, or win it by a little, and you have a record book that has your achivements.

There are some things that I would change in this game to make it better: It's good to select a region a pick your country (in my case Venezuela in Latinamerica), but this is symbolic, because you never see again the name of your country or your state (in USA case for instance). I would recommend athat if a pick Florida, and Sharks, my team should be known as Florida Sharks.

Other thing that I would like to see in a improved future LLWS game, is about the current record of the players during the game. If my first baseman is batting, I rather to see that he is batting .333 and is 0 for 3 in that game, that see over and over the favorite food or favorite hobby. Maybe that information can be mixed.

But in general is a good game, and I have enjoyed a lot.
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