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PC game review:

'High Heat 2001' hits a grand slam

Last year's "High Heat Baseball 2000" was a critical success, yet a modestly popular one. The game is known for its appeal to hard-core baseball fans, excelling in the statistics and minutiae of the game. Not as glaring, however, is that almost indescribable baseball "feel" that exists and is so important to the overall enjoyment.


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