Summary: I rented this game and probably won't buy it. The graphics alright, though sometimes it's hard to see the puck. What I and my girlfriend did'nt like was the controls. Having to skate with the nanchuck on one hand and handling the "stick" remote on the other hand is very unnatural, especially when you have to also take care of pushing the correct buttons at the same time. These buttons change fucntion depending if you have the puck or not etc.
Summary: I've been a fan of EA's hockey games for the last few years but planned on purchasing 2k10 for PS2 because EA didn't make NHL10 for that system. I ended up getting a Wii instead and this game was one of my first purchases on that console. Overall, this is a fun game and it is the best hockey game I've ever played. My issues are mostly with presentation.
Summary: I've been playing hockey games since NHL '94, and have always mastered them. Initially, this game is a huge disappointment. Part of it is because there is a steeper learning curve than with other sports games, but mostly because the documentation is absolutely awful. The instruction manual is a joke, and often times just wrong, but mostly it leaves a lot of stuff out.
Summary: This was my first time getting any nhl game for the wii and i was pleasantly surprised. I thought the controls were going to be akward and difficult but actually they were just the oppisite. skating and shooting were both easy and very fun, not to mention the fights, i loved every minute of it. Sometimes i would purposly do a low blow or high sticking to get into fights, what the heck, its what hockey is about. the graphics are good and superstar mode is amazing.
Summary: I became addicted to ice hockey through EA Sports NHL 2002, which was fun and thrill, adrenaline-pumping and funny, too, so I was really keen to try a Wii version of NHL. The excitement, tension, thrill and fast-paced action is all still there and I really love the ice hockey game in itself, but this Wii NHL 2K10 game is marred by several maddeningly frustrating errors. First of all, the sensitivity of the sensor is sometimes very slow.