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04/02/2011 Specialist Reporting Gamer News
Guest author: Amber Gilmore
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World Snooker Championship Real 2011 PS3

World Snooker Championship Real 2011

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PS3

Genre:
Sporting

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World Snooker Championship Real 2011 promises realistic green baize action for snooker enthusiasts.

Previous World Snooker Championship Real titles were praised for their solid ball physics and detailed control, but lacked the overall polish to appeal to a large audience. World Snooker Championship 2011 sees the series in the hands of a new developer, Dark Energy Sports, and claims to be the most realistic in the series yet.

It also promises updated graphics and lighting, and a sophisticated slow-motion replay system.

Featuring the official tournaments of the 2010/11 seasons, World Snooker Championship Real 2011 emphasises its recreation of real venues and players. Three-time World Champion Ronnie "The Rocket" O'Sullivan will feature as the marketing face of the game.

World Snooker Championship 2011 will feature full online multiplayer, allowing competition with other virtual snooker players across the globe. There has been no news yet on whether there will be additional multiplayer modes versus World Snooker Championship Real 2009.

World Snooker Championship Real 2011 is set for release around April-June 2011.

Guest review by Amber Gilmore


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