Dick Vitale's "Awesome Baby" College Hoops

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Original short description: "1994 video game"

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Dick Vitale's "Awesome Baby" College Hoops is a Sega Genesis video game based on college basketball featuring basketball coach/announcer Dick Vitale, who provides in-game commentary. Many different colleges from the United States can be chosen. The game features an exhibition mode in addition to a season mode. The game uses 3D-like graphics to make the court seem realistic, though now this gives the game an overall poor presentation. Dozens of voice clips featuring Dick Vitale were used in the game, with said voice clips becoming a main selling point of the game. The game also has an options mode, with a sound-test, and other options.[1]


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