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NHL 2009 PC Game EA

NHL 2009 PC Game EA
alaAverage 1.9

6 reviews

Nov, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 6 reviews from magazines and websites. People really like the action, but many are less positive about the gameplay and graphics.

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controls, graphics, gameplay

On average, users rate this product 37/100.

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NHL 2009 PC Game EA

 

Great game. Realistic action

Had a hard time trying to configure the keyboard controls to personal settings

Consumer review by:

NHL 09

 

Great Game. Iv been playing Ea Sports hockey games since 2003 and they have been amazing. I have a ps2 version not PC one

I moved on to 2k sports with my sports video games needs. Ea Sports disbanded the Ps2 and Pc with NHL 10 and beyond

Consumer review by:

NHL 2009

 

its for the PC

This game is horrendous. The gameplay is awful, character animation is terrible and the physics the game uses are for another planet. If you want to play EA hockey either get a sega simulator or buy an xbox. I hear EA is dropping this game for the PC,...

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Consumer review by:

said before

 

i run this on:

same controls/mechanics as xbox version.

the last nhl pc game i bought from ea in 2003 looked just as good as this one and that was running it on an hp with integrated graphics. granted the frame rate is better, it's still the same. you would think they would have put some more effort into...

Consumer review by:

Save your money!

 

Not worth it.

None

As mentioned before resolution is locked down to 4:3 aspect ratios. Also game uses the ps2 engine and not the newer engine used on the 360 and ps3, so graphics are sub par. The screen grabs on new egg show the 360 and ps3 engine which looks 100X...

Consumer review by:

DO NOT WASTE YOUR MONEY!!

 

EA Sports has become a joke for PC gaming. I Do not even know why they put anything out for the PC any more when clearly they are interested only in creating games for consoles. PC gaming seems to be an after thought for them. I just completely wasted...

None

Game does not support resolutions higher than 1280x1024 and has no resolution that supports widescreen. I have a 22" widescreen monitor which seems to be the standard today and the native resolution is 1680x1050.

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