Hey guys, Nick here again bringing you more reviews from the Japanese mobile game market! Today, I am reviewing a game I have been playing for the last week or so called, プロ野球スピリッツＡ, translates as Professional Baseball Spirits A, developed and published by the company KONAMI on the Japan Apple iTunes App Store. This game will be very fun for those of you who enjoy professional baseball and want to enjoy it from a Japanese fan standpoint. I found the game to be very enjoyable. Let's check it out!
The game starts out with you being able to choose from many of the teams for the professional Japanese baseball league. Within these teams there are actual team rosters you will use to play, and enjoy. The team of your choosing will be the one that you attempt to play through and win the championship, or the Japanese version of the "World Series" and enjoy all the glory of being the best baseball team!
The controls of the game were the most fun to me! On touch screen devices, when you are the pitcher and playing the rest of the field, you will have the ability to aim and pitch in the perfect way that you'd like to throw the ball. It can be very difficult to land a curve ball, but keep trying. Additionally, batting is also super fun. Basically, you swipe to swing and swipe lower to bunt.
Above, I've included a video with a bit of gameplay to give you more insight into the game without giving too much away. I really enjoyed the gorgeous 3D baseball that the game offered and the simple controls. What do you guys think? Would this be the kind of game on the Japanese iTunes Store that you would give a try? Let me know in the comment section, as I always love your feedback!
For those of you who have been asking how exactly I am able to play games from the Japan iTunes Store on my American iOS device, I've got the answer! We went ahead and set up a quick guide for you so that you can do the same! As mentioned, プロ野球スピリッツＡ, or Professional Baseball Spirits A, developed and published by the company KONAMI is available free to download and play, today on the Japan Apple iTunes App Store.