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Major League Baseball 2K11 - Xbox 360

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Platform : Xbox 360
Rated: Everyone
118 customer reviews
Metascore: 69 / 100
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  • Dynamic Player Ratings - Watch your favorite MLB pitcher strike out the side in a real game, then watch his stats improve in your game. Dynamic Player Ratings update daily in MLB Today, Franchise, and My Player
  • Revamped Fielding System - Completely revamped fielding system, featuring improved AI, throwing meters and landing indicators to give you more control to run down a fly ball or make the play at the plate.
  • My Player mode - Guide your player through the Minor Leagues and into the history books with an improved My Player mode.
  • MLB Today - Stay up-to-date on the latest happenings in Major League Baseball, with timely play-by-play commentary and stat overlays pulled from real life news and box scores.
  • Total Control Pitching & Hitting - The battle at the plate comes to life in the palms of your hands. 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.
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Platform: Xbox 360

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Take2 Games Major League Baseball 2K11 39962 Xbox 360 Games

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Major League Baseball 2K11 is multiplayer baseball game for play on the Xbox 360 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, dynamic player ratings, a revamped fielding system, improved play modes, and new player models.

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Pitcher delivering the ball from the stretch to a waiting hitter in Major League Baseball 2K11
The immortal battle between pitcher and hitter finds a new medium with Total Control analog pitching and hitting.
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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 a new analog pitching and hitting system to get you in the rhythm of the game, dynamic player rating to keep your in-game players in synch with their real counterparts, a revamped fielding system and much more. 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

  • Dynamic Player Ratings - Watch your favorite MLB pitcher strike out the side in a real game, then watch his stats improve in your game. Dynamic Player Ratings update daily in MLB Today, Franchise and My Player.
  • Revamped Fielding System - Completely revamped fielding system, featuring improved AI, throwing meters and landing indicators to give you more control to run down a fly ball or make the play at the plate.
  • My Player Mode - Guide your player through the Minor Leagues and into the history books with an improved My Player Mode.
  • MLB Today - Stay up-to-date on the latest happenings in Major League Baseball, with timely play-by-play commentary and stat overlays pulled from real life news and box scores.
  • Total Control Pitching and Hitting - The battle at the plate comes to life in the palms of your hands. 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.
  • New Player Models - Amazing attention to detail captures every intricacy of the game. Enjoy completely rebuilt player models for Major League authenticity like never before.

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Evan Longoria throwing out a runner in Major League Baseball 2K11
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Sharp new player models in Major League Baseball 2K11
All-new player models.
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A hitter trying to get a single on hustle in Major League Baseball 2K11
Revamped fielding system.
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Close-up of a Philly pitcher Roy Halladay in Major League Baseball 2K11
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Product Details

Platform: Xbox 360
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  • ASIN: B004CDGG4U
  • Product Dimensions: 7.4 x 5.4 x 13 inches ; 3.2 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: March 8, 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (118 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,532 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here


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45 of 52 people found the following review helpful By Faceman937 on March 10, 2011
Platform for Display: Xbox 360 Verified Purchase
Let me start off by saying that I buy only one video game a year on release day and that is my yearly MLB 2K game. I prefer to wait and read reviews. However, I can't wait to unwrap 2K's baseball bad boy and see whats changed. I'm sorry to say that this year's edition is lacking!

First, the graphics are at times awesome. Stadium detail and environmental factors are wonderful. Spring training looks crisp with large rolling clouds and Florida palms. However, player development, appearances, and signatures come off on the lazy side. Batting stances and pitching deliveries look very similar if not identical to last year. As a devoted fan, I'm offended by this! I want more accurate appearances, tweaks, and signatures. I do not want a "new" $60 roster update. Secondly, The camera angles and fluidity of motion in gameplay is patchy. Sometimes it comes off flawless. However, the next time the camera will sometimes jerk and give unnatural pauses. Its almost like the visuals can't catch up to the gameplay. I have since installed this game to my hard drive and it runs a lot better. This may not be an option for you depending on your drive size. I'd give this a poor overall score of 2 out of 5.

The gameplay is solid. I have found the controls that 2K uses feel more natural and balanced compared to games like The Show. I felt last year's game had issues with analog movement and pitch recognition. This year's game seems to recognize this much better. I've found that holding the analog stick in place after delivering your pitch motion seems to help. I also like that the pitching is more accurate with ball to strike ratio. However, the umpires literally give you no corner strikes. The A.I. on the game will seriously test your patience.
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15 of 19 people found the following review helpful By W. A. H. on March 21, 2011
Platform for Display: Xbox 360
I'll give the game four stars, because it is really well-rendered and looks great. The play is also better. The only problems that still carry over from MLB 2K10 are:
1. Batters will still check-swing for no reason.
2. (Not a problem, just not understandable) When the game shows the replay of a hit (like a two-RBI double), it follows the runners rounding the bases instead of a wide shot showing the ball hitting the gap.
3. A problem I'm only encountering in Franchise Mode: the game freezes. That's a problem, especially since it doesn't seem to do it early on in the game. It tends to do it around the seventh or eight inning, when you REALLY don't want to go and play the whole thing over again. Your only recourse at that point is to shut the console down and fire it up again. No, it's not my console. I've checked the boards online and a lot of people are encountering this issue.
I have to add, I've NEVER encountered this problem just doing the Quick Play, although some on the boards say they have.
The pitching is about the same. The batting mechanics are the same. I've noticed, for some reason, if a grounder is hit up the middle and the SS or Second Baseman isn't right there to dive for it, if you try to run at it, he runs in slow motion and it gets by.
It's still fun to play, if you can get past the glitches. And, in my opinion, they're not MAJOR fun-killers.
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10 of 13 people found the following review helpful By theghost4413 on March 9, 2011
Platform for Display: Xbox 360
So I picked up this game day-one because I was loving what I had seen from both the demo and multiple blogs/pics/videos. I was so excited to play a full game, and start a franchise. Yeah, once I played the first game, my joy turned to frusteration because the bugs started to show. Lets just get this out of the way now, the game is just OK.

The first problem for me was the way the game presents itself. I really dont know why they found it necessary to change the camera angles, especially in the field. When the ball is hit, I undestand the concepts that they were going for with a Television broadcast, it just doesnt work. The field looks distorted when they go to these views and they just look very poor. When you are controlling the fielders the view is just too close, on pop files is where this is really a problem. Last year, the game used a sky cam that still showed detail and here you go closer and get good detail but very hard to judge fly balls, whether your player is super good or super bad.

The game also is very graphically sound but it costs it in the frame rate category. The frame rate drops and gets really choppy on pop ups, really high foul balls and really high pop ups on the infield especially. The game is looking better but running worse, take your pick but I would rather a game flow better than look prettier.

The mechanics are much of the same and there are some minor changes as far as they go like more customized stances and movements, but overall it just doesnt make the game more playable and thats the biggest problem.

Pitching can be hit and miss and while I appreciate the "non-spot-on" because no matter if you are the best pitcher or the worst, none are spot on every single pitch.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Ian on September 9, 2011
Platform for Display: Xbox 360
If there were ever a game which was truly merely a Roster Update, this is it. I am so disappointed in this game, only because it is
last years, with a different menu.
That said, I so enjoyed 2k10! It was the funnest game I had played since Major League Baseball 2005.

Game Controls:

The controls are logical, and easy to learn.
-Pitching is challenging, but in a balanced way, not too hard, but not a cake walk either.
-Hitting with the right stick is much more interesting than simply pushing a button. Again, challenging, but the right balance between a need for focus, and fun; never frustrating when you get the timing down.
-Fielding is logical as well. Go get the ball with the left stick, and throw to the right base with the buttons. My complaint here, is the landing spot indicator is smaller in 2k11, than in 2k10, and until you learn it, it is Very difficult to pick up where the ball will land. Frustrating at first. An un necessary change.
-Base running is so much easier than on MLB The Show! The left trigger, or right bumper advances one, or all runners. An easy, well thought out system! The hard part? if you're on defense, throwing out a base runner is almost impossible. If you're playing, "Career Mode," and you are the pitcher, your catcher NEVER throws out the base runner. I've played 4 seasons, and have just accepted this as a flaw, that was not fixed from 2k10.
-Graphics are beautifully rendered. Stadiums are realistic, but the fans look like cardboard cutouts. The faces of players are generic as well. Now for me the fun is in the game play, so I don't really care about faces, and fans, but it is just lazy, and cheesy that the programmers didn't take enough pride in their work to make the look of the players better.
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