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Danny talks with Sean Ramjagsingh, Lead Producer of NHL 15 to learn about the evolution and changes coming to NHL 15.
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So u can't play a full 82 game season onnhl15
Those were terrible questions to ask. Third jerseys and difficulty sliders? We know about those. And even if Sean wasn't going to talk about game modes yet, what about asking if the creation zone was going to be revamped or maybe elaborate on some of the already announced features like how will the 12 man physics work or how much depth are we going to have in the new NBC presentation? Well anyway, I'm more than excited to play the greatest sport in the world on my Xbox One! Let's go Buffalo!
omg look at the girl in the back :)
This game is looking INSANE! Canada thanks you, EA.
They need to stop annualizing these sports games. Also, everything he mentioned about puck physics is in 2013. So I still don't understand the benefits of the new year.
What stage demo? They didn't show anything.
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@slicedbread117 he has a basic criteria to what questions he can answer. I think Danny has some other questions that he wasn't going to get answers for. I hate when EA does this.
@origkillmachine take note this is EA Vancouver developing this bad boy! :)
@GLOBALv this is the latest puck physics which were revamped completely. This game will not have 2013-14 puck physics.
@GLOBALv I agree in general with what you say, but this IS the first NHL iteration on PS4/Xbox One, so I don't see how your post is relevant here.
@mr_azim Seriously, what a pointless video. They showed the trailer and talked about stuff they've already mentioned in previews.
@drewsacchetti yes you can.
@drwaldy @mr_azim the trailer was made completely from ingame footage with adjusted angles to make it look more cinematic. what people are confused about is the wording of 'gameplay'. it may not be gameplay angles but it is certainly ingame footage. the detail in what you see is what the ingame will be rendered in.
What did you expect? It's an Electronic Arts game after all. EA sure loves to keep things under wraps, if only to manage hype.