Looks like it won't matter if this game is 60fps on any system.
Making like a goon who drops his gloves before the puck even hits the ice, developer Kush Games has come out swinging this year. In an overly aggressive move, many of the alterations implemented into this year's game are in direct response to the innovations rival developer Electronic Arts Canada debuted in last season's product. Like any good competition, Kush's intent isn't to copy, but to go one step beyond. As powerful as some of these punches may be, many miss the target, leaving Kush with its jersey pulled over its head, and primed for a concussion-inducing retaliatory strike. NHL 2K8 certainly makes strides forward, but even so, many of its new elements lag behind where its competition is today.
Buy low, sell high. It's a well-known phrase in the stock market and it applies equally well to videogame traders. The Goozex Report breaks down which Xbox 360 games are currently dropping in value so that you don't buy high and sell low.
When it comes to hockey on the 360, you have several choices. This article makes recommendations on which hockey game to choose along with a review of NHL 08. This blog is especially useful for gamers who prefer to trade games as opposed to spending cash. When you trade for games, you're not always playing the latest-and-greatest, sometimes you have to settle for last year's game.