World Series Baseball '96 (Mega Drive)

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World Series Baseball '96
System(s): Sega Mega Drive
Publisher: Sega
Developer:
Sound driver: GEMS
Peripherals supported: Six Button Control Pad
Genre: Sports

















Number of players: 1-2
Release Date RRP Code
Sega Mega Drive
US
$59.9959.99[2][3] 1242
ESRB: Kids to Adults

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World Series Baseball '96 is a sequel (or update) to World Series Baseball '95. It was released exclusively for the Sega Mega Drive in North America. A PC version was planned[4], but cancelled.

Production credits

  • Developed by: BlueSky Software
  • Game Design: Chuck Osieja, Jay Panek, Dana Christianson
  • Producer: Chris Smith
  • Assistant Producer: David Perkinson
  • Product Manager: Brad Hogan
  • Lead Artist: Scott Seidel
  • Artists: Rick Randolph, John Seidel, Joe Shoopack, Drew Krevi, George Simmons, Ray Ferro, Phil Gordon, Brian McMurdo, Chris Kreidel, Amber Long, Dok Whitson, Geoff Knobel
  • Lead Programmer: David Dentt
  • Programmers: Bill James, Larry Claque, Kevin Baca, Mike Nana, Dave Kunkler
  • Sound, Speech, and Music: Sam Powell
  • Voice Talent: Steve Mollenhauer, Tim Stavlor, Scott Seidel, Chuck Osieja, Jay Panek, John Holland
  • Manual: T.S. Flanagan
  • Test Lead: Dave Paniagua
  • Assistant Lead Tests: Lorne Asuncion, Danny Dunn, Matt Prescott
  • Testers: Rey Alferez, Don Carmichael, Marc Dawson, Mike Dobbins, Scott Farrar, Sam Ford, John Fosnaugh, Chris Garrett, Rob Hernandez, Roderick Hong, Christina Hurley, Ryan Hurth, Matt Ironside, Jeff Junio, Ian Levin, Chris Lucich, Matt Lucich, Tony Lynch, Conner Morlang, Darren Nagtalon, Raul Orozco, Sean Potter, Tony Ragano, Ben Rubright, Len Sayers, Kathleen Silkworth, Jeff Silveria, Tim Spengler, Brian Thoroman, Ferdinand Villar, Pat Walsh, Jeremy Wheat, Charlie Yang, Peter Young
  • Sega Sports Team: Chris Cutliff, Gerald DeYoung, Rosie Freeman, Tracy Johnson, Scott Rohde
  • Marketing: John Gillin, Anne Moellering, Christine Nunn
  • Special Thanks: John Carlucci, Tom Carrol, Tom Dipace, James Doval, Angela Edwards, Sean Hennessy, Michael Kramer, Mark Lorenzen, Willie Mancero, Matt McDonald, Mike McMahon, Joe Miller, Tom Moon, Mark Paniagua, Steve Payne, Karl Robillard, Helene Sheeler, Matt
Source:
Instruction manual[5]

Magazine articles

Main article: World Series Baseball '96 (Mega Drive)/Magazine articles.

Physical scans

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World Series Baseball '96 (Mega Drive)

Mega Drive, US
WSB96 MD US Box Back.jpgWSB96 MD US Box Spine.jpgWSB96 MD US Box.jpg
Cover
WSB96 MD US Cart.jpg
Cart
World Series Baseball 96 MD US Manual.pdf
Manual

Technical information

ROM dump status

System Hash Size Build Date Source Comments
Sega Mega Drive
CRC32 04ee8272
MD5 c72fa1e851cc03077a31cb10f6480b5d
SHA-1 f91eeedbadd277904f821dfaae9e46f6078ff207
3MB 1996-05-03[6] Cartridge (US)

References


World Series Baseball '96 (Mega Drive)

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Games in the World Series Baseball Series
Sega Mega Drive
World Series Baseball (1994) | World Series Baseball '95 (1995) | World Series Baseball '96 (1996) | World Series Baseball 98 (1997)
Sega Game Gear
World Series Baseball (1993) | World Series Baseball '95 (1994) | Nomo's World Series Baseball (1995)
Sega 32X
World Series Baseball Starring Deion Sanders (1995)
Sega Saturn
World Series Baseball (1995) | World Series Baseball II (1996) | World Series Baseball 98 (1997)
Windows PC
World Series Baseball '96 (1996)
Arcade
World Series 99 (1999) | World Series Baseball (2001)
Sega Dreamcast
World Series Baseball 2K1 (2000) | World Series Baseball 2K2 (2001)
Xbox
World Series Baseball (2002) | World Series Baseball 2K3 (2003)
World Series Baseball related media
Book
Prima's Official Strategy Guide: World Series Baseball 2K1 (2000)