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The Legend of NHL 94: A Link to the Past

GameSpot - Why NHL 14's retro-inspired mode is making us pine for the era of simpler sports games.

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CaptainYesterday1107d ago

That's actually pretty awesome nice throwback!

ZeroX98761106d ago

I played it not so long ago on an actual snes! Happy to see this feature in the game. Will surely try it out with my friends who used to play with me back in the days.

RGDubz1106d ago (Edited 1106d ago )

NHL 93 on SEGA Genesis > NHL 94 on either platform, nevertheless both were the best of NHL games of that era hands down, as Ice Hockey and Blades of Steel were in the NES era.. Although in the NES era there was less competition.

hankmoody1106d ago

NHL 94 all the way. On Sega CD, even better.

RGDubz1106d ago (Edited 1106d ago )

Still couldn't beat Sega Genesis NHLPA 93 on it's best day. lol

It's actually too bad Sega CD didn't get NHLPA 93, would have been the ultimate version to get. ;)

Aside from the Sega CD, SNES had the best version of NHL 94 but the Genesis version of NHLPA 93 is just too good to beat, I play them both often as well as the Sega Genesis Mutant League Hockey, all still fun games.

I notice more SNES fans like 94 & Genesis fans like 93, I understand why as well they were the better games on their systems, Sega CD just missed NHLPA 93 by a year.. Would have been great to compare 93 & 94 on Sega CD, oh well.

hankmoody1105d ago

LMAO I used to play the original, '93 and '94 against one of my best friends and we had a deal that if one shut the other out, you'd have to go outside and walk around the block the number of times you got scored on. It wasn't uncommon for one of us to have to walk around the block anywhere up to 6 or 7 times. I had another friend who actually kept a full stat book for '94, written in one of those marble composition notebooks. You believe that? LOL

mcstorm1106d ago

Loved this game had it on the Sega cd. Many hours playing this and sensible soccer.