MLB 11: The Show for PlayStation 3

MLB 11: The Show

Mar 8, 2011
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Content Rating: Everyone


MLB 11 The Show is set again to provide fans with an unparalleled baseball experience with even more features and modes destined to quicken the heart, raise the stakes, and hurl you further into the true MLB baseball experience. Leading off on the new features set for PS3 is the addition of the Pure Analog Control System, which includes analog controls for hitting, pitching, and throwing, adding more precision and accuracy to all three disciplines.

Critic Reviews

9 Reviews
Robert HathorneMar 17, 2011
MLB 11: The Show has plenty of room for improvement, but that’s not necessarily a bad thing for an annual franchise. Many of the season modes are overdue for some innovation, new announcers are needed stat, and online stability is questionable, but the core gameplay is just too good to overlook.
Samit SarkarMar 17, 2011
Once again, Sony San Diego has delivered the best baseball game on the market. The new analog controls are largely an improvement over the button controls of yore, and Road to the Show has never been better. It’s somewhat disappointing that certain drawbacks persist, but at its best, MLB 11 provides a beautiful, unparalleled simulation of America’s pastime.
Brett ToddMar 10, 2011
Following in the footsteps of a predecessor so good that you have a tough time meeting expectations isn't a bad problem to have. Still, even though MLB 11: The Show is an undeniably great baseball game, it is stuck in a bit of a rut with just subtle refinements setting it apart from its predecessor. The one real quality addition is the new analog pitching interface, which is so stellar that it is hard to go back to the old pitching controls.

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