EA's NHL series once again ups the bar, not only for hockey games but for all sports games.
NHL 09 continues the evolution of the NHL franchise with several control enhancements for the new season.
NHL Eastside Hockey Manager 2007
NHL: Eastside Hockey Manager 2007 is the follow up to last year's award winning NHL: Eastside Hockey Manger.
Although NHL 2004 does fall just shy of beating out the competition, any previous fan of EA's NHL series will find very little to complain about in this installment.
NHL 2001 is an excellent hockey game that improves over last year's version by adding numerous new features and enhancements.
Complete with all the detail, realism, and pro licenses anyone could expect from a quality sports sim.
There are only a few improvements to help distinguish it from NHL 2002, but these changes further increase the realism of what is considered the best hockey simulation on the ...
NHL Eastside Hockey Manager
This fantastically addictive management simulation covers the entire world of hockey.
It may still be a bit sluggish on the frame rate side, but if you're a fan of previous NHL titles, you won't be disappointed.
NHL Championship 2000
The play-by-play and pregame announcing by Fox Sports announcers John Davidson and Kenny Albert is really great.
EA has built the foundations of a terrific title with NHL ‘96. Let's hope they finish the job with NHL '97.
Make no mistake. NHL 2005 is still a solid game of hockey--but it shouldn't be your first choice for one.
The EA Sports hockey franchise returns with a host of new features in NHL 06. You can carefully place your shots and time your dekes with the new "skill stick" ...
NHL Open Ice: 2 on 2 Challenge
With realistic hockey sims a dime a dozen on the Playstation, Open Ice is a welcome and refreshing change.
FaceOff Hockey 2004
The developers may have designed a serious hockey simulation for the serious hockey fan, but the dated, almost DOS-like interface and absence of nifty accessories make it an acquired taste.