Xbox 360 Major League Baseball 2K11 Review

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Aug 26, 2012
Major League Baseball 2K11 Reviews

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8 out of 10 - Official Xbox Magazine
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We like MLB 2K11 plenty. We’re just sad to see that after all this time, as Xbox 360’s only MLB game, it’s not the superstar we wish it was.

7.5 our of 10 - Machinima
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There are still a few hiccups with AI, glitches in gameplay and presentation, and repetitive commentary that need to be checked off on the “To Do” list for next year. Overall, it’s a solid, occasionally masterful, occasionally frustrating sim of the national pastime.

7.5 out of 10 - Game Spot
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A number of small changes make MLB 2K11 better on the field than its predecessor, although the majority of the new game is identical to the old game.

7 out of 10 - IGN
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It's not a bad baseball game, and has certainly made some improvements. Pitching and hitting are both fun, and the My Player mode has been expanded on to make it more accessible and engrossing. The glitches are fewer, but still noticeable, and the game does make some graphical improvements, though the game engine is looking tired.

6 out of 10 - Game Informer
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Last year’s game showed promise and a commitment to getting this series back on track. This year’s installment is a disaster. There’s a decent game of baseball to be played here, but you are more likely to pitch a complete game than play through nine innings without a bug or glitch.
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