Excerpt: NHL 2K9 is on the Nintendo Wii thanks to 2K Sports. This is one impressive hockey video game with a couple of minor issues. Those two issues are fighting ( a lot of hockey games like to include that ), and the lyrics to a lot of the music.
Conclusion: NHL 2K9 isn’t a bad game, but it doesn’t manage to stand out either. EA has done a fantastic job with their sports franchises on the Wii, providing fully fleshed-out experiences while taking advantage of the Wii’s capabilities and providing all the features that you’d expect from the game on another...
Excerpt: With a copy of NHL 2K9 loaded up into my Wii console it was time to take a closer look at the first hockey game to come Nintendo’s innovative machine. This title includes all of the classic hockey gameplay you would expect from a sports title and some features that may interest a variety of players.
Conclusion: those thirsty man in the desert situations where a glass of water, even if it's kind of brown, will be consumed gladly. Besides featuring the standard Quick Game, Season, and Franchise modes, NHL 2K9 also features, Shootout, Mini-Rink (2-on-2) and Pond Hockey modes that provide an arcade experience...
Summary: NHL 2K9 is a fun but flawed game. Aside from the fact that it just might be the ugliest game I have ever seen on the console, it does just enough to satisfy the poor hockey fans that happen to own nothing but a Wii.
Conclusion: It's really not a bad setup though, even if I generally sucked with it. I simply think the many different actions that can be done in hockey translated to greater complexity on Wii, when it feels more streamlined elsewhere.
Conclusion: Pour un premier pas sur la Wii, NHL 2K9 est une décéption. Graphiquement repoussant et complètement hermétique pour les débutant, il rate son nouveau publique complètement et ne séduira que le fans de la série qui retrouveront cela dit la profondeur des NHL 2K dans ce jeu.
Pros: L'utilisation de la Wiimote/Nunchuk, Le mode franchise, La possibilité de régler TOUS les paramètres du jeu
Cons: Graphiquement moche, Le hockey sur lac est raté, Les menus illisibles