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NHL 14- Xbox 360

NHL 14- Xbox 360
alaScore 93

8 reviews

Jul, 2014

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 8 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers are impressed by the gameplay. The usability also gets good feedback.

usability, gameplay

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Xbox 360 Games the NHL 14- Xbox 360 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 93/100 = Excellent quality.

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NHL 14

 

As sports franchises go, EA Sports' NHL is one that's consistently been delivering strong games for the last few years, keeping its take on ice hockey fresh with each new iteration, where it could otherwise be in danger of turning stale and hard, like...

EA Canada has smashed the puck right into the back of the net once again with NHL 14, providing masses of content, unparalleled gameplay and the usual superb presentation you expect from an EA Sports game. It's perhaps not as big a leap forward over...

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NHL 14 Review (Xbox 360)

 

The biggest challenge facing NHL 14 is co-existing in the same release window as several other big sports franchises which will be debuting on the new console hardware. The team at EA Vancouver told me that they felt this allowed them to focus on...

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NHL 14 (Xbox 360 / PS3) Review

 

In textbook timing EA Sports annual edition of NHL has been released. Boasting a renounced vigor to the physical game, NHL 14 is great way to kick off the upcoming hockey season.

Everyone loves bigger hits, updated collision physics ; Old school love with the NHL ’94 anniversary mode ; New organic feeling fighting mechanics

New deke move requires some fancy hands ; Live the Life could be made more appealing ; New fighting system is still clumsy ; A.I. is not always the sharpest

NHL 14 bullies its way on the ice with some retro sheen and big hits. Worth the upgrade for those who put serious time into their game, and not so much if you’ve been getting by with an older copy of NHL. It simply comes down to how much you love the...