NBA Elite 11
Released October, 2010
The Pros:Game physics engine has improved. ESPN content in the game.
The Cons:Glitch in the downloadable demo. Only available for Xbox 360 and playstation. Inferior gameplay to NBA 2K11.
NBA Elite 11 is the 2010/2011 season installation of EA Sports' basket ball game. This iteration of the NBA video game franchise brings a host of changes, the biggest of which is the dual stick analog system which is new for multiple 2011 edition of EA Sports games.
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Similar to FIFA series, the right analog stick now controls dribbling and skill plays allowing for one to one movements. Scripted plays have been largely removed from NBA 11, resulting in complete control of the in game player. Shooting is now based on the skill of the person with the gamepad. Improved in game physics allows for unique plays instead of the previous locked animated sequences. With all these additions combined, NBA Elite 11 is a more realistic representation of basket ball then any previous EA Sports NBA games. NBA Elite 11 is only available on the Xbox 360 and PS3 platforms.
- Available on: Xbox 360, PS3
- Dual analog stikc control
- Enhanced dribbling system
- Improved shooting paly
- Improved game physics engine
- Independent control of in game player's hands and feet
User Reviews (1)
Game physics engine has improved
Glitch in the downloadable demo
Only available for Xbox 360 and playstation
Inferior gameplay to NBA 2K11
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