MLB 2K11 REVIEW
March 8, 2011 by staff
MLB 2K11 REVIEW, Major League Baseball 2K11 Review: One of the luxuries of our new review format here at Sports operation is that we gave notice of a full week (at least) to a game to the test. In the case of MLB 2K11, our new format can be a godsend. Why you ask? Because on my first impressions with the retail version, this game has a long way to go in next week to impress me.
MLB K11 seems to play a game fundamentally sound gift. The problem is the game feels very rough, almost to the point where it was impossible OSA enjoy the best qualities of the game – such as time windows reworked every hitter leading to an impressive amount of hit variety.
Within five hours I spent with the game, I noticed a few graphical problems? Ove extremely irritating. Participated pitchers turn into magic player models PS2-style when pulled from the game. Another was to look at my screen freeze for milliseconds to several times as a ball is hit into play and a more involved beyond a small problem animated pitch that made the morph ball the pitcher’s hand to the other path so distracted that he can not touch the ball. MLB K11 is not the game the most aesthetic, and AOS increasingly clear that the reason the game was not shown off more before its release.
As I said, if you are able to look beyond some of these problems and graphic animation on the MLB field 2K11 plays a solid game of baseball well. Hit and a variety of physical ball-bat off exceptionally well in this game. There have been several times when I went back to watch an instant replay of my suspended player in a field with two strikes and hit the ball to the opposite field for a base hit. And not only cool to watch these events, they feel extremely rewarding.
A sense of accomplishment is a recurring theme for me when I play MLB 2K11. I just returned from a bases loaded, no out-jam retired the side without giving up a run, or I, AOM able to work successfully pitch count opposing a pitcher in the 80 high by number five innings, there were several moments with the game where I gave myself a pat on the back.
Add Comment baseball high level, and function MLB today, and there is much to love this game from a presentation standpoint. MLB Today amazed me with real time statistics of the situation that arose during the game. It is really surprising to me that 2K have managed to cram as much statistical information in a baseball game. If you get your favorite hitter in a 0-2 hole against Roy Halladay MLB 2K11 will give you the odds of getting a success.
If the graphics problems I rehashed earlier did not explain clearly enough, so I’ll say again that the graphics of this game are a mix of genres. Some players look phenomenal while others look downright awful. Quite puzzling is the omission of some pictures of players in the game Will Rhymes, a guy who has played 54 games in Major League last season for the Tigers, did not have a picture in the game Is it really a reason why a player like Rhymes should have a computer image generator, and a model player who looks nothing like him?
Speaking of player models, they are much better than the stick figures in MLB 2K10. He OSA nice to see players shoulders have now – last year I felt like the player models looked more like athletes than high school athletes MLB refined.
The lighting in the game is one of its strengths, as are the stadiums. A negative note, however, is that the shadows on the players are not yet properly alias. So if you really look at him or her, it’s almost like every player is treated in goo 8-bit blocks.
In short, MLB 2K11 is not the game of baseball prettiest on the block, but it would be unfair to punish the 2K-dev team for not making significant improvements on 2K10.
More than anything, I’m just frustrated by technical problems and overall lack of polish that I lived with MLB 2K11 far. This frustration is compounded when I look at how many things there on the ground that I like about the game
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