MLB 11: The Show Pro Reviews

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MLB 11: The Show Reviews

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1UP  --- Mar 11 '11
1UP  --- Mar 11 '11
Destructoid 8.5/10 G Mar 17 '11
Destructoid 8.5/10 Mar 17 '11
GameSpot 7.0/10 Mar 28 '11
GameSpot 7.0/10 Mar 28 '11
GameSpot 7.0/10 Mar 28 '11
GameSpot 7.0/10 Mar 28 '11
GameSpot 7.0/10 Mar 28 '11
GameSpot 7.0/10 Mar 28 '11
Worthplaying 9.0/10 Mar 24 '11
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MLB 11: The Show Previews

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Destructoid Feb 22 '11
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"Outside the incremental sequel stuff you're already expecting, there's a lot to love in MLB 11: The Show. New analog inputs add power and precision to the controls. Veteran series announcers deliver TV-quality commentary performances complemented by great camera work. And the increased realism, visible in details like specific player animations and spot-on Jumbtron setups for every ballpark, further extend the illusion that you're actually on the field. It's this attention to authenticity that makes the latest version of The Show stand apart from its competitors. This year's developer iteration adds a feature called Pro Analog Controls to freshen The Show's tried-and-true pitching, batting, and fielding interfaces. The new scheme represents the first set of remarkable changes for the genre since the pitch meter was introduced by MVP Baseball back in 2003. Pro Analog controls map basic actions like swinging the bat and pitching to the right analog stick."
"Outside the incremental sequel stuff you're already expecting, there's a lot to love in MLB 11: The Show. New analog inputs add power and precision to the controls. Veteran series announcers deliver TV-quality commentary performances complemented by great camera work. And the increased realism, visible in details like specific player animations and spot-on Jumbtron setups for every ballpark, further extend the illusion that you're actually on the field. It's this attention to authenticity that makes the latest version of The Show stand apart from its competitors. This year's developer iteration adds a feature called Pro Analog Controls to freshen The Show's tried-and-true pitching, batting, and fielding interfaces. The new scheme represents the first set of remarkable changes for the genre since the pitch meter was introduced by MVP Baseball back in 2003. Pro Analog controls map basic actions like swinging the bat and pitching to the right analog stick."
"Sony’s competitor in the baseball space, 2K Sports’ Major League Baseball 2K franchise, has included analog-stick controls for years. But the folks at Sony San Diego, the studio behin..."
"Keeping annualized sports franchises fresh year after year is an unenviable task, especially within the constraint of a ten- or eleven-month development cycle. Generally, sports-game developers endeavor to bring a few importa..."
"Keeping annualized sports franchises fresh year after year is an unenviable task, especially within the constraint of a ten- or eleven-month development cycle. Generally, sports-game developers endeavor to bring a few importa..."
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