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NHL 11


$60.00 Released September, 2010

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Sticks are able to break on ice. Impressive graphics. Great physics engine.

The Cons:Slowing down the gameplay takes away from the excitement and realism. No new groundbreaking features / modes over previous iterations in the series.

NHL 11 is EA Sport's hockey game for the 2010/2011 NHL season. With NHL 11, EA Sports has a massive reputation to up hold, both NHL 10 and 09 received critical acclaim with dozens of sports game of the year awards.

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The core game play remains similar to that of NHL 10 whilst additional features have been introduced to take the game's realism to a whole new level. With the real time physics engine, the game play is no longer restricted to scripted events instead, each player/puck interaction will be unique. Broken sticks, enhanced face off system, and Hit Stick have also been introduced to further enhanced the realism during game play. The enhanced Be a Pro mode has greatly increased the depth of the function, now the played can start at junior level and work their way up from many hockey leagues (QMHL, OHL, WHL) to the NHL entry draft. With NHL 11, EA Sports are only making the game available to the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 platforms.

Features

  • Available on: Xbox 360, PS3
  • Real-time physics engine
  • Over 200 Gameplay Enhancements
  • New face-off system
  • Quick dekes
  • Hit Stick
  • Broken Sticks
  • Be a Pro Enhanced
  • EASHL Dynasties
  • Online multiplayer

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Pros
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    sticks are able to break on ice

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    impressive graphics

  • 2

    great physics engine

  • 2

    improved frame rates

  • 2

    great cut-scenes add to the atmosphere and authenticity

  • 2

    ultimate team mode addition gives hockey fanatics a great in-depth tool for building a team, playing against others online

  • 2

    great online play

  • 2

    great package - the best overall hockey game to date

  • 1

    speed is slowed down to improve overall gameplay - gives user that little extra amount of control

Cons
  • 2

    slowing down the gameplay takes away from the excitement and realism

  • 1

    no new groundbreaking features / modes over previous iterations in the series

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