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EA Sports has seemingly perfected the way they handle digital hockey, almost the same way that they’ve taken care of nailing down the sport of football with Madden. However, unlike the gridiron series, NHL 11 really hit its stride with its gameplay formula, letting players feel every slapshot and bone-crushing check. It was so effective than even 2K Sports got rattled, eventually... Read Review

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Sports Sunday: NHL 2K11\'s Road to the Cup Mode

The 2K series has always felt more arcade-like than EA Sports' NHL series. Last year's NHL 2K10 featured great stadium graphics, and realistic-looking player models, but it was an experience made for fans of fast-paced, unrealistic hockey. It was a much more arcade-centric game, so it appealed to one type of hockey fan while EA's NHL claimed the sports fan interested in a more realistic game.  As a result, the Wii is really the perfect place for NHL 2K to land. The first developer diary, which can be seen above, highlights the game's Road to the Cup mode.    Is 2K moving in the right direction with this type of gameplay? Hit the break to find out what we think.   Read More