- Summary: Ever wonder what it would have been like to see Nolan Ryan pitch against Babe Ruth? To see the 1947 Yankees play against the 2000 Yankees? In PureSim Baseball 2007 anything is possible. You have complete control over the great American past-time. PureSim Baseball 2007 is the most robustEver wonder what it would have been like to see Nolan Ryan pitch against Babe Ruth? To see the 1947 Yankees play against the 2000 Yankees? In PureSim Baseball 2007 anything is possible. You have complete control over the great American past-time. PureSim Baseball 2007 is the most robust baseball simulation and it lets you deal with almost any option, any design, and any player from 1900 to 2005. Now includes the fully licensed Lahman Database of historical players and teams from 1900 - 2005. New Graphics and Sound. Animated graphical ball flight, ambient sound effects and fireworks celebration add greatly to the in-game experience. All new browsable, automatically generated reference almanac containing thousands of pages of detail and stats for every player and team in league history. New multiple levels of minors, A, AA, AAA with minor league roster management and simulation support. Tougher computer GM AI. Full career and aging model with no limit on the number of seasons that can be played out in your universe. Unattended auto simulation modes for doing What If? type analysis and experiments. Customizable, editable ball parks, change fence dimensions and height, import custom ball park photos, easily configure PureSim's graphics engine to support any modification you make. [Matrix Games]… Expand
Computer Games MagazineThe 2007 model adds a few necessary tweaks, such as multiple levels of minor leagues. and a more detailed almanac so that you can track more information about your leagues history. [Oct. 2006, p.69]
PC GamerPureSim has some issues, though. Runs are scored at a slo-pitch pace, especially in historical leagues. [Sep 2006, p.98]
PureSim is a game I want desperately to love, even to the point of staying up 'til 2 a.m. because it's a fix for my baseball addiction, even if it's still a clumsy fix. PureSim is also a game that infuriates me at times, and maybe that's a note in its favor. An atrocious game I wouldn't waste time getting angry with (well, in most cases. A TRULY atrocious game might be another story). I'd simply put it down and move on. WIth PureSim, that's easier said than done.