Summary: Although I'm still playing NHL 2002 on occasion after a full year, I'm getting a bit weary of it. On one difficulty setting, I win 7-1 on average; on the highest difficulty, I lose 2-0 despite outshooting my opponent 50-7.
Summary: NHL 2K3 blends the realistic style of hockey with okay graphics, and makes it an enjoyable experience. I will first startwith the faults: 1 no curves on the stick blades(no order) 2 player scale could be improved 3 Graphics need to be sharper 4 you can't edit the equipment that players were.
Summary: This is a real good game. Very realistic, even down to the goal horns. Playing against NJ as The Mighty Ducks and hearing the goal horn from NJ brought back nightmares from Games 5 & 7. The only problems I have with the game is the jersey numbers.
Summary: This is the best hockey game ever. You'll never want to stop. There is every team and player. Theres a mode were 2 people can play each other and you can just play the com. just for fun. There is also a franchise mode where you go threw as many seasons as you want.
Summary: If you remember nhl2k2 for the Dreamcast then you already know that all this game is about is a port with minor adjustments and updates. With that said, on with the review. First off the good. It is good that sega aquired the ESPN license. It gives a more tv style presentation to the game.
Summary: I've played all the big hockey games so far and two have really let my down. 989 was the WORST EVER! Bad graphics, lousy game play and a definite 989 doesn't care what it looks like attitude contributed to a complete failure in my opinion. EA was better.
The greatest Hockey Game Ever...end of discussion.
Hand of Justice, Amazon
25 January 2003
Summary: I'm addicted to this hockey game. The level of options and choices is amazing. First off you get to choose what time of view you want : if you liked Wayne Gretzky Hockey you can have the Horizontal layout , if you liked EA Sports games on Genesis you an have the 3/4th overhead view , if you want a...
Summary: I've spent way too many hours playing most of the PS1 & PS2 hockey titles. I enjoyed all the releases of FaceOff for PS1, but the PS2 version of FaceOff was the first hockey game I actually returned for a refund.