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Latest game features added to this season of MLB are:
Pure Analog Control System (PS3) – The long awaited Pure Analog Controls for The Show have arrived, including analog controls for hitting, pitching, and throwing.
Co-Op Mode (Online & Offline) (PS3) – Play co-op 1 vs. 2, 2 vs. 2, or 2 vs. CPU, offline or online!  In two-player Co-op mode, players are given different selectable duty sharing options.
3D Experience (PS3) – MLB 11 The Show features the most advanced stereoscopic 3D technology, available in all gameplay modes.
PlayStation ® Move Support (PS3) – Swing for the fences with your PlayStation Move motion controller in MLB 11 The Show, available in Home Run Derby® only.
Challenge of the Week (PS3) – Challenge of the Week is a quick, fast paced, 2-3 minute, one-player, online experience, with leader boards and prizes awarded in three tiers.
Road to The Show 5.0 (PS3) – The fifth generation of Road to The Show brings a new interactive slider set to the Create Player process, new training modes triggered by the Player Performance Evaluator, Minor League substitution logic improvements, advancement system improvements thatnow compare your stats versus your competition in the organization, and the new No Assist Fielding option to make the fielding experience even more realistic.
Eric Karros Joins The Broadcast Booth (PS3) – MLB 11 The Show welcomes the 1992 National League Rookie of the Year and former Los Angeles Dodger first baseman, Eric Karros, to the three-man broadcast booth joining veterans Matt Vasgersian and Dave Campbell.
Camera Editor (PS3) – MLB 11 The Show is pleased to introduce the Camera Editor, a brand new featuregiving players the ability to customize any pitching or batting camera to your own personal specifications.
Stadium Specific Broadcast Cameras (PS3) – Want to pitch or hit from the same camera perspective you’re used to seeing while watching yourfavorite team play on TV?  MLB 11 The Show now offers the ability to do just that.
Weather Elements and Stadium Ambiance (PS3) – MLB 11 The Show continues to bring the most true-to-life experience now including weather elements in the form of rain and dynamic cloudcoverage.
Player Performance Evaluator (PS3) – The Player Performance Evaluator is an enhanced mechanism for providing point bonusopportunities for Road to The Show players, similar to the previously used in-gamedynamic goals, but with an emphasis on making each at bat, or batter faced, a criticalpoint earning opportunity.  A player’s hitting and/or pitching performance is evaluated on an at-bat by at-bat basis to determine the amount of training points awarded.
User Settings (with ADVA) (PS3) – The new User Settings system has been created for MLB 11 The Show to provide a streamlined options interface that houses all game options. The system consists of four preset configurations geared towards various user experiences with the ability to create custom configurations from any of the presets.
Online League Upgrade (PS3) – Building on the foundation of the current online system, MLB 11 The Show offers improved create leaguefunctionality with flexible divisions, a new schedule creator, and the ability to use acustom roster for your league.
The Show XP System (PS3) – The new online scoring system unifies your online gaming experience by making all ways to play games (league and exhibition) count towards your MLB status.
Player Vault – Now users can upload a single player, outside of a full roster, for others in the The Show community to download, use, and rate.
Tutorial Movies (PS3) – The tutorial movies showcase and explain the new controls forfive of The Show’s latest features—Pure Hitting, Pure Pitching, Pure Throwing, the CameraEditor, and the Fake Throw System.
In-Game Bottom Ticker – Keep tabs on all the action during your Major League season with the addition of The Show's new in-game bottom ticker.
New Presentations – The Show continues to add to an already expansive presentation base by adding more ways to accurately mirror real-life broadcasts.
Retooled Fielder Ratings – Improved fielder ratings make defensive substitutions play an even larger role within gameplay.
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