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|System(s): Sega Titan Video|
|Genre: Baseball batting|
|Number of players: 1|
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Virtual Batting (バーチャルバッティング) is a Sega Titan Video arcade baseball batting mid-size attraction developed and manufactured by Sunsoft. Released exclusively to Japanese arcades in 1994, the attraction is a one-person simulated batting cage, and features a large screen opposite the player which displays pitchers and their throws.
Advertised as aiding players in improving their batting skills, the game was once planned to be released in the United States. On October 17, 1994, Sun Corporation of America (the American branch of Sunsoft) filed a trademark application for Virtual Batting; however, the company never followed through on the application, leaving it legally abandoned, and the game ultimately remained a Japanese exclusive.
- Programmer: Michio Okasaka
- Main article: Virtual Batting/Magazine articles.
- http://santaxsanta.com/about.html (Wayback Machine: 2000-09-17 20:47)
- https://alter.com/trademarks/virtual-batting-74586249 (Wayback Machine: 2021-09-18 09:16)