The NHL ice hokey series for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 are back with the fourteen game, NHL 14. There's basically no information about this upcoming sports title, however Electronics Arts released today the first screenshot.
If EA refuses to make a Vita version then i will boycott this game.
As far as I've heard it will be out for PS3 and Xbox360 only.
I'm not so much as "boycotting" it as I am planning to buy it on Vita. No Vita, then I'll wait till its less than 60 dollars to get it.
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Works fine for me.
I might pick this game up over Fifa this year as I still have NHL2K10 so about time I update my NHL game but I do miss the 2K NHL games.
2k hockey games were just too arcady for my liking. The turbo button was over the top
I found EA hockey games to alike and I did not like the change of controls with the analog stick that's why I got the 2K games but its each to there own. Plus ive not had a NHL game for 4 years ish now so a new one for me would be worth it.
EA nhl has gotten better the past 4 years. The acceleration def adds a lot to it. You can actually see fatigue in players also which is a nice touch
so uh, basically the same game as last year, but with better GRAFFIX, new soundtrack, new players and new arenas. woo fucking hoo.
Better hit collision (fifa engine) New fighting (using fight night) New deking system New iteration on acceleration from last year. Over 1000 New animations.
Living in Canada means hockey is very important to me and I've purchased/played every NHL game since 2001, but since EA has no competition in hockey games they just rehash the same thing. A vita version is the only way I'll see myself buying NHL 14, although I'm still a little sceptical since IMO NHL 13 felt worse than NHL 12.
Definitely worse, the gameplay is just too slow. They make it seem like it is "High School Hockey 13" with how slow it can be at times.
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