Deliver game-changing hits with cutting-edge NHL® Collision Physics, built from EA SPORTS FIFA’s revolutionary Player Impact Engine. Drop the gloves with the all-new Enforcer Engine, powered by the same technology used in the critically acclaimed Fight Night franchise. Experience a new level of speed and control with the second season of the critically-acclaimed True Performance Skating engine, and dangle defenders with all-new One-Touch Dekes. In addition, fans can Live the Life of an NHL player in an all-new incarnation of the Be a Pro Career Mode, now featuring on and off-ice elements. NHL 14 will be available for the Xbox 360® video game and entertainment system, and the PlayStation®3 computer entertainment system. NHL 14 releases on September 10, 2013 in North America and September 13, 2013 in Europe.
Hockey is an aggressive game. I mean, any sport that not only allows but encourages fights to break out is going to be rough. EA Canada has embraced this toughness with NHL 14, and the result is a hard-hitting game that builds upon the successes of last year's title. Last year, NHL 13 introduced new skating mechanics and physics. Building off of the same core technology of FIFA's Player Impact engine, NHL 14 delivers Collision Physics. Admittedly, I'm just a casual hockey fan. I don't fully understand all of the intricacies and strategies, but I do appreciate a big hit. Thanks to the new Collision Physics, it's easier than ever to pull them off in NHL 14. Simply skating into the player will result in a hit that takes a number of variables into account --... Read Review