Kits, headers and pitches give the game an authentic style well rounded by a nice color scheme and music soundtrack. It would also be great to have movement stick on handheld consoles. The smooth movement would fit this game perfectly.
It would be nice to see the following in future installments: 1) a practice mode, which would greatly reduce the initial trial and error work; 2) an occasional simple game in the challenge mode or the option to customize the requirements; 3) an audio option online so you can talk to other players, and finally 4) the inclusion of female players. Overall, this title makes good use of the Nintendo DS capabilities. The bottom screen, which doesn't look like much at first, functions quite well with the stylus.