Super Mario Baseball for Wii

Make America's game a year-round sport with Mario, Luigi, and Donkey Kong, as you slug, pitch, and catch using Nintendo's motion-sensitive controller

Summer is the perfect time to head outside and play ball, but what will you do once this glorious season ends? Nintendo may just have the answer with its upcoming Wii baseball game Mario Super Sluggers, due for release at the end of August. It looks like a modified version of its previous GameCube release Mario Superstar Baseball, but with a few upgrades that make it feel right at home on the Wii.

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