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Little League World Series Baseball 2008 on Wii

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Little League World Series Baseball 2008 is a Sporting game available on the Wii.

Little League World Series Baseball 2008 is a Sporting game. Sports games recreate a wide variety of real life competitive activities. Depending on the sport, these will either have an action or strategy focus. Popular sports games are often released on an annual basis, each year the game receives new player rosters and game improvements.


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Sports Gamer review Thu, 18 Mar 2010

Little League World Series Baseball 2008 has some solid kids baseball fun and a good introduction to the sport. Offering a league mode, fast paced exhibition matches and a range of mini-game Little League should spark an ongoing interest in baseball.

Baseball is incredibly popular where I live in Japan. Koshien, home of fan favourite Hanshin Tigers is only about thirty minutes away. To put that in context this is a team so popular Nintendo made a branded Gamecube in its honour after they won the league in 2003. Yet all of passion shown at these events pales in comparison to the emotions shown at the youth and high school games. Passion seen in the Japanese school baseball league is hard to match. The raw emotions shown by the children gives a real sense of drama to events, and while I may disagree with making such a spectacle of sobbing children, I cannot deny it does make the whole event more involving.
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