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Submitted by Elven6 1135d ago | review

Planet Xbox 360: Major League Baseball 2K11 Review

Planet Xbox 360 writes: "don’t think I’ll understand why game companies release baseball games a full month before the actual season starts. In some states, snow is still on the ground. It’s not exactly baseball weather. On the other hand, maybe it has something to do with building hype for the upcoming season and getting baseball players ready for the 2011 season. So I suppose I can understand that. With that, we have Major League Baseball 2K11, now available in stores. Now, there’s something about this year’s baseball games that really say, “Been here, done that.” (And I’m relating to both MLB 2K11 and MLB 11: The Show, a PlayStation 3 exclusive.) That’s because neither game has really changed that much, sticking, for the most part, to the features that worked so well last year. That’s not entirely a bad thing, as there’s a certain familiarity that comes with the product." (Major League Baseball 2K11, Xbox 360) 8.0/10

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