|Sega Card-Gen MLB 2009|
|Developer: Sega AM2, Topps|
|System(s): Sega RingEdge|
|Number of players: 1|
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Sega Card-Gen MLB 2009 is a card-based arcade baseball game released in 2009. It uses a different cabinet type than World Club Champion Football.
This original Sega Card-Gen reportedly failed in its location tests in North America, but succeeded in Japan (despite the use of American teams), where it gained sequels.
You stick the cards on top of the cabinet to simulate eleven position of a real baseball field. The game is played with just the touchscreen and one button that is shaped like a baseball. The cards have stats in Power, Contact, Speed, Throwing and Fielding. The game has both pitching and batting, with the former being simply played with the button, while the former has some more touchscreen elements.
|Sega Card-Gen MLB series|
|Sega Card-Gen MLB 2009 (2009) | 2010 (2010) | 2011 (2011) | 2012 (2012) | 2013 (2013)|