Jikkyou Powerful Pro Yakyuu 11 Chou Ketteiban

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Jikkyou Powerful Pro Yakyuu 11 Chou Ketteiban is a Sports game, published by Konami, which was released in Japan in 2004.


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Your 'Monitor' Matters with this Game
I can only speak from my experience with the PS2 version, but I'd bet this applies to most, if not all, 'last gen' Power Pros:

The game's controls are much more responsive when played on an old-school/non-HD television.

The batting cursor on normal/default setting is unplayable on an HDTV. The fielders also lack responsiveness. But these are testaments to this game's brilliance/preciseness. It was designed for play on 'last gen' consoles and 'last gen' T.V.'s. Any deviation from this is tantamount to drinking a fine wine with ice cubes.

Adjusting the batting cursor to 'lock on' or 'best try' on an HDTV improves the experience, but it's clearly not the way the game was intended to play.

And unlike later Powerpro versions, this game does not have pitch speed adjustments.

***With all of these qualifications, this still is THE definitive Powerpro for PS2.

***So if you have the means to play on an old-school T.V. (I keep a little one next to my HDTV), this is one of the best baseball games you can play on it!
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Jikkyou Powerful Pro Yakyuu 11 Chou Ketteiban
I\'m new to this series of baseball games. I\'ve read about them on the internet for years, but this is the first version I\'ve purchased and played.

Two factors drove me to finally give this game a try: 1) The countless number of stellar reviews this series has received over the years - this is the Winning Eleven of baseball games; 2) The baseball games released in North America this year so far have been absolute garbage. Nintendo\'s Pennant Chase Baseball is due out in early June and is North America\'s final hope for this year. But the more I read about Pennant Chase, the more skeptical I\'m becoming about its chances of delivering a deep game of baseball.

Again, I\'m new to the series and I don\'t speak much Japanese. So the learning curve for this game has been pretty steep for me. Even so, each time I play I get new glimpses at its brilliance and I\'m driven to play more, to learn more.

When you set the batting cursor to Easy (Blue Color), it becomes too easy to hit no matter how difficult you make the CPU\'s pitching ability. This is how I began and I quickly tired of slugfest after slugfest.

I\'ve since gone back to the default settings. I\'m finding this game very challenging on the default settings. I\'m slowly improving though.

I give this game the highest rating. I\'m glad I tried it in spite of the language barrier.

To give you a sense of my my taste in games, here are the other games I currently play that warrant a 5 star rating: Winning Eleven 8 Liveware Evolution, Metal Gear Solid 3 Snake Eater, and Gran Turismo 4. Somewhere between 4 and 5 stars lie: Madden 2005 for PS2, World Rally Championship 4, and Halo 2 (Because its still just a 1st-person shooter. And because the framerate is jumpy except on the slowest turn-speed setting. Halo 2 makes me motion sick.)

I hope other baseball video game fans found this helpful.
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