Reviews and Problems with Major League Baseball 2K11
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detailed wii review mlb 2k11
25 March 2011
Summary: I finally got to play MLB 2k11 for the Wii. Here is my review Graphics: same player models as previous years. Yet the color scheme is richer. 2k9 and 2k10 the colors were washed. the images are slightly clearer. So overall the game looks better compared to the previous two years.
Summary: Like many before me, I upgraded from 2K8 to 2K11. There are some improvements, I'll start there. They've added some new camera angles that give the game a different feel, but I suspect that was to distract from the fact that the game is basically 2K8 with new rosters.
Summary: first, I got 2k10 a year ago and thought it was pretty fun. I thought 2k11 would be very improved and have graphics as good as the Xbox 360 and ps3 by watching the commercials, but they forgot to mention stuff about the Wii version.
Summary: I first bought the 2k10 version of this game and fell in love with it. The accuracy in the batting stances were awesome. However, there were aspects of the 2k10 version that I was very excited to see fixed in this version. They weren't.
Summary: 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.
Summary: If you're going to buy a baseball game on the Wii, you really don't have a lot of options, especially if you want a game on the more realistic side of things. That's where MLB 2K comes in. Well, came in, as this is it's second-to-last title on the Wii.