Bottom of the 9th '97 (Apr 18, 1997 prototype)

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Bottom of the 9th '97 (Apr 18, 1997 prototype)
Build date Apr 18, 1997 07:42:08
Build name 4-18-97
Dump status Released, redump needed
Released by Hidden Palace
File release date April 17, 2021
Origin CD-R
Lot Project Deluge
Labels Bottom of the 9th 4-18-97
Dump method PLEXTOR DVDR PX-716UF 1.11 03/23/07 15:10 (CloneCD)
Game Bottom of the 9th '97
System PlayStation
Genre Sports - Baseball
Final build JP Mar 26, 1998
EU Unreleased
US Jul 29, 1997
Release date JP May 14, 1998
EU Unreleased
US 1997
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A prototype of Bottom of the 9th '97 for the PlayStation.

Notes

  • There are no startup logos, it goes straight to the menu.
  • Exhibition is spelled "exhibision" in the first menu screen that appears
  • Different, simpler menu, with slight difference in music
  • There's no actual main menu/title screen, and trying to go back from the first menu doesn't work (brings them to the first menu almost immediately).
  • Prone to freezing/hanging at the loading screen
  • Miscellaneous Notes:
    • Game is emulatable: Yes (as of April 17, 2021).
    • Game contains dongle protection: No.
    • Game contains debugging symbols: N/A
    • Dump was originally scrambled: No

Screenshots

Origin

Files

File Type Date Size SHA-1
PSX - Bottom of the 9th 4-18-97.img File 2020-12-12 08:16:48 103.28 MB 8492ea983dd17d5f0183d378e6b8a67900d3dfc4
PSX - Bottom of the 9th 4-18-97.cue File 2020-12-12 08:14:35 134 bytes c962b7328b4e35dfc0efbe2975cdaef872c70d91
PSX - Bottom of the 9th 4-18-97.ccd File 2020-12-12 08:14:34 960 bytes c67203e674634eb1736c604614da65dd15ff880f
PSX - Bottom of the 9th 4-18-97.sub File 2020-12-12 08:16:59 4.22 MB 907101bb087dea4d47c85230c46af42a709ab8ab
PSX - Bottom of the 9th 4-18-97.jpeg File 2021-03-14 12:13:54 870.3 KB 144b9a3a8440916bc5b4285418dcfa3ce2c971e2

Acknowledgments

A huge thanks to Iniche for doing the initial research on this prototype!

See also