Unlike its predecessor, Super Bases Loaded, this game is extremely easy to play. Due to the rather chilly reception of the original "Super Bases Loaded" rather arcane difficulty level, Jalelco consciously made this game easier for hopes of a better commercial reception. The game is the sixth overall installment of the Bases Loaded series, and second installment of the secondary series for the Super Nintendo. The series spanned three generations of consoles and eight total installments. The battery backup allowed players to save several categories of statistics for all 14 teams in the two leagues and not just their own. The DSP chip allowed a rudimentary 3-D perspective for batting and sometimes infield play. When players swung, their own individual numbers appeared on the back of their jerseys.