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MLB 2K11 Cover, First Screens and Release Update

2K Games has certainly been busy this year, not only have they launched NBA 2K11, but they have also been working on getting MLB 2K11 out the door. Back in July we took a look at what features you would like to see in the Basketball game for the PS3 and Xbox 360, and looking at our review roundup back at the beginning of October, and it looks as though the game got an an average score of just over 90 out of 100.

Going back to MLB 2K11, we have just learned that the cover and screens have found their way on a few websites. To see a full image gallery of these screenshots you can head over to pastapadre, they touch on the subject about not being able to tell how much the game has improved over last years versions, only time will tell on that one I’m afraid.

You will notice that Cy Young from the Philadelphia Phillies will grace the covers for the upcoming game. Kotaku reports that Roy Halladay will grace the covers of the next MLB 2K game, which for some will be a long-time coming for the great pitcher.

Why not take a look at the covers for some of the other 2K games titles by visiting Pastapadre. Let us know what you think of these, and more importantly about MLB 2K11?

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Written by Peter Chubb

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