Released October, 2010
The Pros:Allows you to recreate some of Michael Jordan's historic games. Game presentation captures the authentic NBA experience. Improved AI. Players play authentically off ball.
The Cons:Controller setup takes some time to get used to. Players aren't as realistic looking as in EA's basketball games.
NBA 2K11 is a professional basketball video game from 2K Sports and Take Two interactive that functions as the 2011 instalment of the annual National Basketball League official game. Slated for an early October 2010 release on all major consoles, this will be the first basketball game of the 21st century to feature all-star Michael Jordan as a playable character.
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Though specific details are currently unclear, it has been confirmed that game will feature an updated character customization mode, additional revamped NBA arenas, and the online-exclusive "Draft Combine" feature first introduced in NBA 2K10. In addition to Michael Jordan being included as a playable character, 2K Sports has announced that the game will feature "Jordan's Challenges" mode, an interactive reprise of Jordan's top-ten moments on the court. Sony has also announced that the Playstation 3 version of the game will be compatible with the new Playstation MOVE motion-sensing controller.
- Available on Nintendo Wii, Xbox 360, Playstation 3, PC, Playstation Portable and Playstation 2 consoles
- Enhanced character customization
- "Jordan Challenge" mode
- Online-only "Draft Combine" feature
- Up-to-date teams, rosters, outfits and arenas
- Playstation MOVE compatibility
- Exclusive soundtrack featuring Snoop Dogg
- Online multiplayer functionality
User Reviews (2)
Allows you to recreate some of Michael Jordan's historic games
Game presentation captures the authentic NBA experience
Improved AI. Players play authentically off ball
Playstation MOVE compatible
Post game highlight package is awsome
Realistic movement around the basket
Greatly improved gameplay over the previous year
Controller setup takes some time to get used to.
Players aren't as realistic looking as in EA's basketball games
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