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RBI Baseball returns this spring to consoles, mobile

Mike Suszek, @mikesuszek
January 14, 2014
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After being absent for two decades, a formerly long-running sports series is returning this spring in RBI Baseball 14. Developed by Major League Baseball Advanced Media, the MLB's in-house interactive entertainment division, the game will launch on all current and next-generation consoles in addition to smartphones and tablets.

RBI Baseball 95, a Time Warner Interactive-developed game for the Sega 32X, was the last entry in the series, which began on the NES/Famicom. The timing of the announcement is appropriate, given that 2K Sports officially canceled its own baseball series just one week ago, putting an end to its exclusive third-party licensing agreement. The MLB currently has a landing page with a spiffy logo set up for the game, though no other details are available at the moment.

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MLBAM TO INTRODUCE NEW VIDEO GAME IN 2014
#RBI14

NEW YORK, January 14, 2014 – MLBAM today announces that R.B.I. Baseball 14, a video game brand not seen in nearly two decades, will return this spring. R.B.I. Baseball 14 is being developed by MLBAM for multi-platform distribution across current and next generation consoles and smartphones and tablets.

For the latest developments on R.B.I. Baseball 14, please visit rbigame.com and follow @RBIGame.






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