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Title: NHL 2K11
Publisher: 2K Sports
Developer: Visual Concepts
Platform: WiiTM system
ESRB Rating: E 10+ (Mild Violence)
Release Date: September 7th, 2010 (North America)
Web Site: http://www.2ksports.com/games/NHL2K11

Product Overview:

NHL 2K11 marks 2K Sports’ third ground-breaking hockey release on WiiTM. Taking video game hockey to a new level, 2K Sports’ Wii MotionPlusTM 2.0 brings revolutionary stick control to your Wii RemoteTM with the ability to execute real-time (one-to-one) dekes, puck juggling, shooting and defensive maneuvers. Bringing these incredible moves to life are improved player models, freshly lit and redesigned arenas, and highly detailed jerseys and equipment. Completing the package and making this the deepest hockey experience available on WiiTM, 2K Sports introduces the all-new Road to the Cup mode featuring Miis battling in mini-games, trivia challenges and skills competitions. With even more authentic hockey action than before including broken sticks, more responsive skating and improved A.I., NHL 2K11 is sure to score big with WiiTM gamers this season!

Features:
● Wii Motion PlusTM 2.0: Maximize your skills on offense and defense with Wii’s trademark motion controls. Featuring real-time puck handling, dekes, poke checks and even juggling moves, you’ve never had more control of your stick.
● Road to the Cup: An interactive, multiplayer mode pitting Miis against each other in mini-games, trivia challenges and skills competitions. Does your Mii have what it takes to hoist the Stanley Cup?
● Authentic Gameplay: The most authentic hockey experience on Wii adds to a winning formula with new broken sticks, more responsive skating, improved A.I. and much more.
● Enhanced Graphics: Improved player models, freshly lit and redesigned arenas, and highly detailed jerseys and equipment bring to life the best looking Wii hockey game to date.

Developer Information:

The Award-winning developers of 2K Sports are known for their innovation, unparalleled realism, and commitment to delivering the best sports simulation gaming experience to consumers. 2K Sports is the publishing label for Visual Concepts Entertainment, located in Novato, California.

Founded in 1988, Visual Concepts is widely regarded as one of the industry's top studios, and is responsible for the full development of the critically-acclaimed 2K Sports line of videogames. 2K Sports and Visual Concepts are subsidiaries of Take-Two Interactive Software, Inc. (TTWO)
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