Posts Tagged ‘rbi baseball’

RBI Baseball Week Bonus Post – “The Mysterious Allure of RBI Baseball” By Kimberly Landrigan

It turned out that five different perspectives on RBI Baseball were not nearly enough. In a special bonus post, Kim Landrigan demonstrates the impact the game could have on you, even if you never picked up a controller. Read all the essays in the series here The Mysterious Allure of RBI Baseball My third year of […]

RBI Baseball Week Post #5 – “RBI, perfection” by Greg Harrell-Edge

I asked five of my friends if they would write an essay about a mystery topic. I wouldn’t tell them what it was unless they agreed to do it, but assured them it would be something they’d enjoy writing about. All five said yes. The topic was RBI Baseball, a 1987 Nintendo game that I’ve […]

RBI Baseball Week Post #4 – “The RBI Way” by Derek Moore

I asked five of my friends if they would write an essay about a mystery topic. I wouldn’t tell them what it was unless they agreed to do it, but assured them it would be something they’d enjoy writing about. All five said yes. The topic was RBI Baseball, a 1987 Nintendo game that I’ve spent […]

RBI Baseball Week Post #3 – “Thanks RBI” by Richard Hewett

I asked five of my friends if they would write an essay about a mystery topic. I wouldn’t tell them what it was unless they agreed to do it, but assured them it would be something they’d enjoy writing about. All five said yes. The topic was RBI Baseball, a 1987 Nintendo game that I’ve spent […]

RBI Baseball Week Post #2 – “Jimmy Key: The Best NES Athlete In History” by Danny Lee

I asked five of my friends if they would write an essay about a mystery topic. I wouldn’t tell them what it was unless they agreed to do it, but assured them it would be something they’d enjoy writing about. All five said yes. The topic was RBI Baseball, a 1987 Nintendo game that I’ve spent […]

RBI Baseball Week Post #1 – “Wasted Time” by Wynn Walent

I asked five of my friends if they would write an essay about a mystery topic. I wouldn’t tell them what it was unless they agreed to do it, but assured them it would be something they’d enjoy writing about. All five said yes. The topic was RBI Baseball, a 1987 Nintendo game that I’ve […]