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Major League Baseball 2K11 - Nintendo Wii

Platform : Nintendo Wii
Rated: Everyone
3.9 out of 5 stars 33 customer reviews

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  • Multi-Diamond an all-new multiplayer mode set in wild venues, from a low gravity Space ballpark to a zany Circus environment.
  • The battle at the plate comes to life with your Wii Remote and Nunchuk in Total Control Pitching and Hitting where you can paint the corners with pinpoint accuracy and fight off nasty sliders until you get the pitch you're looking for.
  • Swing your Wii Remote for the fences against the league's top sluggers in Home Run Derby.
  • In Franchise mode build a championship team from the ground up over the course of several seasons, or take the reins of a perennial contender and aim for the World Series in year one.
  • In Tournament mode pick the teams, pick the series length and then play ball. May the best team win.
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Platform: Nintendo Wii

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Take2 Games Major League Baseball 2K11 34964 Wii Games

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Major League Baseball 2K11 is baseball game for play on the Wii gaming system that puts you in the jerseys of your favorite Big League players as you take the mound, swing for the fences and play defense at every position like never before. The game features include: an analog pitching and hitting controls, the return of popular play modes, and the all-new Mini-Diamond multiplayer mode.

Major League Baseball 2K11 game logo

A New Year Chock Full of New Features

Get ready to take to the field like never before in Major League Baseball 2K11. This year's version incorporates most of the popular classic functionality from previous game versions with a wealth of new exciting features. Examples of these new features include an analog pitching and hitting system using the Wii Remote and Nunchuk to get you in the rhythm of the game, Mini-Diamond a multiplayer mode set in the most unexpected of places and the popular Home Run Derby, Franchise and Tournament modes.The result is a game that promises something for every player, at every point in the game whether that be at the plate, on the mound or in the field.

Key Game Features

  • Mini-Diamond – An all-new multiplayer mode set in wild venues, from a low gravity Space ballpark to a zany Circus environment. Get ready to experience fast-paced, Mini-Diamond baseball.
  • Total Control Pitching and Hitting - The battle at the plate comes to life with your Wii Remote and Nunchuk. With the flick of your wrist, paint the corners with pinpoint accuracy on the mound and then fight off nasty sliders until you get the pitch you’re looking for at the plate.
  • Home Run Derby – Swing your Wii Remote for the fences against the league's top sluggers.
  • Franchise – Build a championship team from the ground up over the course of several seasons, or take the reins of a perennial contender and aim for the World Series in year one.
  • Tournament – Pick the teams, pick the series length and then play ball. May the best team win.

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Total Control pitching in Major League Baseball 2K11 for Wii
Total Control pitching.
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The Mini-Diamond multiplayer mode from Major League Baseball 2K11 for Wii
Mini-Diamond multiplayer.
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An outfielder tracking down a home run on the warning track in Major League Baseball 2K11 for Wii
Franchise mode.
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Keeping a runner close at third in Major League Baseball 2K11 for Wii
Tournament mode.
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Product Details

Platform: Nintendo Wii
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B004CDB4Z6
  • Product Dimensions: 7.4 x 5.4 x 0.5 inches ; 4 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: March 8, 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (33 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #8,199 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

Customer Reviews

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Platform for Display: Nintendo Wii
It took me DAYS to even come up with something I could say about this game, in the first few sentences, that would set the stage for the rest of this review. Rest assured, the amount of time it took me to come up with something to say required more work and thought than 2K Sports spent on creating this game for the Nintendo Wii.

Needless to say, I expected more from them. I was let down.

For awhile, us Wii owners didn't have good sports games. We had to put up with arcade style games like The Bigs and cutesy kids games like Backyard Football/Baseball.

2K Sports just didn't make good sports games. NHL 2K9 was awful and the last few MLB games were intolerable and, quite frankly, made me wonder if 2K Sports was just writing beta programs, on shiny drink coasters, before deciding they could make a bit of money off of them.

But, then came NHL 2K10, 2K11, and NBA 2K11 for the Wii. They didn't have the graphical polish of the PS3 and XBOX 360 but what it lacked in visuals, it made up for in gameplay and overall presentation. 2K Sports KNEW they had to cut corners with the Wii - the Wii just doesn't have the computing power that the competition has...and they did. Gone were some of the flashier audio bits, the detail on the uniforms, the sweat on players' faces...but the gameplay and everything else that the competition had was STILL THERE. Finally! We had some good sports games!

Imagine the joy in my heart when I saw videos of the upcoming Major League Baseball 2K11! Look at Brian Wilson's beard! Lincecum's long hair and trademark pitching stretch! The ballparks look incredible! Everything looks so real and beautiful. I reminded myself - the polish won't be there for the Wii but we don't really need to see player sweat and uniform stitching.
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I've stuck with 2k8 baseball on the Wii given the reviews of the previous two iterations. Finally this year I took the plunge pre-ordering 2k11 (I'm a Phillies fan and it looked like there were some interesting improvements).

Amazon delivery is great, and the game was waiting for me when I got home from work. I played a quick game on the default settings - I usually do quite well on all-star in 2k8.

I sent the Phillies over to Yankee stadium (still bitter there), and set up the weather etc. Things started out pretty cool. I liked the view when pitching which is from the catcher's perspective, and noticed that Doc's pitch selection changed according to whether a right hand or left hand batter was up. Also, it was not quite so easy to paint the corners of the strike zone as in 2k8. I noticed that later in the game after I took Halliday out, there was a vast difference in pitching quality. It also seems like getting cheap pickoffs isn't so easy any more.

That was great, but then they hit the ball. For no apparent reason, Chase Utley dove on top of it. Now before you say "well, idiot - that's the dive move", I know how to dive. I actually sat down and read through the mini manual before loading the game up just to brush up on any changes (there are a few). This inadvertent diving happened several times throughout the game and while I really hope that I just need to get used to the new system, after a while I was trying to be careful. Another problem with fielding is that the display can be somewhat choppy which lead me to run over the ball with my players a couple of times.

Batting was fun. It was a welcome improvement to be able to have more control.
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Platform for Display: Nintendo Wii
This game is absolutely hideous.

***No online play or roster updates. Inexcusable for a "modern" game, especially one that costs $50.

***Graphics are terrible.

***Too many glitches. The game incorrectly records outs and runs, the announcers' calls are often wrong.

***Most players look nothing like their real-life counterparts. For example, Cubs catcher Geovanny Soto is represented by a light-skinned redhead...in other words, NOTHING like Soto. This is especially odd given that Soto looks "right" in The Bigs 2, a game that's roughly two years older than this one.

***The controls are OK, though running the bases is too difficult.

Junk, junk, junk. The Bigs 2 (which is available rather inexpensively when purchased used) is made by the same company but looks better and is actually quite fun, and Sony's "The Show" series is a far better simulation.
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Platform for Display: Nintendo Wii
First, I was a little bit disappointed in the lack of changes from MLB 2k10. Other than the pitching view, and a slight change in the batting view, the looks did not change. This bothers me most as the graphics could've been better. I have a Wii component cable, and it still does not look that great. There are also some small discrepancies, as a player will look like they're throwing the ball to third base, but it comes out and goes to second base.

Second, the gameplay is okay. The motion of the players is pretty good. My biggest pet-peave is the baserunning. I find it difficult at times. The slightest jerk of the controller and you're baserunners try to score on an infield hit. If I use the controllers to sprint I often find myself sliding when I don't want to. As for fielding, I find my guys sometimes standing there with the ball in hand not throwing it back in when I hit the B button.

Third, the commentary is so-so. Many times it's wrong, like I throw a ball high and outside and good ole' Steve Phillips says I left it over the middle of the plate. The game also seems to have difficulty telling what is a hit and what is an error.

Fourth, game difficulty. I find hitting on Pro is too easy, but hitting on All-Star is quite difficult. It really seems to go from one extreme to the next. I also find myself giving up way too many homeruns on either level, and I tend to pitch off the plate majority of time.

Fifth, the rosters are way behind. It seems like the cutoff was the winter meetings in December. But this is fixable (not by online download) but by signing free agents, trading them to the correct team, and dropping the low level minor league player from my roster.
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