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Built with more input from our fans than ever before, NHL 16 steps onto the ice to deliver ways to compete as a team, new features across the most played single-player modes, gameplay innovation at every position and an unrivalled game day atmosphere.
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NHL 16 - PlayStation 4

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  • Unrivaled Game Day Authenticity - NHL 16 brings the game to life with Distinct Team Arena...
  • New Ways to Compete as a Team - Hockey is a sport that comes to life in a competitive team-based...
  • A Way to Play For Every Hockey Fan - Whether you're an armchair GM, want to live out your NHL pro...
  • Complete Control From Every Position - Whether you play as a forward, defenseman or goalie, NHL...
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Video Game
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Electronic Arts
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Electronic Arts
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Standard
ESRB Age Rating
Everyone 10+
Genre
ice-hockey-game-genre
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playstation_4
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Electronic Arts
Number Of Discs
1
Number Of Items
1
Operating System
playstation_4
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1
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PlayStation 4
Product Group
Video Games
Publication Date
2015-09-15
Publisher
Electronic Arts
Release Date
2015-09-15
Studio
Electronic Arts
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  • EAN: 0014633368796
  • MPN: 36879
  • UPC: 014633368796
  • Model: 36879
  • Part Number: 36879
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  1. I’ve been playing NHL games since the earliest SNES/Genesis days, and I am definitely a sucker that buys in every year, mostly out of habit now.Personally I found NHL 15 enjoyable, despite the lack of modes, and the on-ice play and graphics were improved from the previous generation. Of course the game was stripped of so many features it was barely a “full retail” title. EA did provide updates that definitely improved the life of the title (how they left Playoff Mode off at launch, I will never know), but the game was fairly thin in terms of long term replay value.NHL 16 brings back the game modes that were left off 15, but I want to focus more on the presentation and gameplay itself because for me, that’s the biggest disappointment in this year’s version.On the positive side, the visuals feel even crisper than before, and the on ice action looks great. Replays look like broadcasts, the players are less zombie like (though still a little waxy looking), and the crowd is represented better than in just about any other game not named NBA2K.There is also a new coaching mode that provides with you quick on-screen suggestions for stick movements to make the correct move, and then you receive instant feedback as to how well you executed the move. At first I thought it was kind of cool. I have been playing a long time, but there are always some stick movements you forget about in the course of the game, and this gave me a refresher. After one period I was looking for anyway to shut this off. It’s incredibly distracting, and the suggested move changes so fast that you spend more time looking at the suggestion than your player and often end up taking a body check into the boards. The “suggestion” for face-offs doesn’t change until you successfully execute the current maneuver. So for three games I was locked into some backhand technique that no matter when I pushed the stick, was either “too late” or “too early”. Either the margin for error is a nano second, or the game is broken (in NHL 15 the pre-game commentary got locked into the same intro for every game, no matter the mode or teams, so my money is on broken).As for the AI, there has been a disturbing trend by EA in recent versions when it comes to the AI controlled defenders. It feels like there is a rubber band connecting you to the defenders often, and that no matter how you move, they immediately snap right to you. This version feels to be the worst of the bunch. As often they swarm on you so quickly, and regardless of what you do, pass or hang on to the puck, it’s getting taken away from your player. This was a nuisance in 15, and it’s epidemic in 16.It probably wouldn’t feel as bad if YOUR defenders played the same way, but most of the meat heads on your side will drift away from their player, or not get back on transition, and you end up more often than not diving into the crease trying to desperately block a shot from an uncovered offensive player. Your players also can never seem to get open on the offensive side, rarely creating space needed for you to get the pass through to them.And lastly the goalies. Goalies have always been a tricky thing for EA, and they have ranged from impossible to beat to playing like they have stick tape covering their eyes. Like previous versions, you’ll find yourself in a 3-2 game where nearly every goal was a slap shot that the goalie whiffed on, and all of those beautiful, crease threading one-timers you sent in were smacked away by some crazy diving splits save. I like a double pad stack as much as the next guy, but good grief.So overall I give the game two stars this year. Graphics and presentation are excellent, and the new modes are restored which are all positives. But for me, the gameplay weaknesses I described above suck a lot of the fun and joy out of the game, and make for a frustrating hockey experience.

  2. Just Poor. I would give this game zero stars if I could. The most popular played mode Hockey Ultimate Team wasn’t fixed since last year. Instead of creating an option to play or not play (two modes) against players that use training/boosting cards, EA only took out duration cards. This doesn’t fix the issue. The game is no longer competitive, it becomes based on how much you boost your players to have the advantage to win.It also doesn’t make any sense having a player based card that is bronze, and yet you could boost/train this card to have the player play better than the top players gold based cards in the game. A bronze player should not play better than Crosby or Ovechkin, etc…. What is the point than of building an ultimate team.The players’ overall rating became lower, example J. Toews is now an 89 overall instead of 93 like in NHL 15. This is a ploy by EA to get consumers to spend more money as they release upgraded versions of the cards. A +1 upgrade everytime there is a special achievement until the eventually reaching an overall rating upto 99. Unfortunately this ruins the game, because your opponent could simply boost a cheap card and give the player a super overall ratings upto 99. This makes a special card like an 89 overall Teows almost worthless.The game is simply unreliable; at times the puck is bouncing in your favor and its extremely easy to score from the worst angles. Then there are games where your players won’t even make a simple pass or be in right position and every-time the opponent poke-checks the puck, the puck gets taken away. The game is just so volatile it makes it not fun to play.If you plan to buy the game and spend hundreds of dollars on the game, it will probably not be enough. You could easily spend thousands and still not be satisfied. Many of my friends spent as much on the game last year. Of course EA encourages consumers to work the market and you won’t have to buy any special packs. This method does work, but it is very time-consuming, the game eventually becomes a market/economy and less of a sports based game.This is only simply how I feel about the game. It is nothing against EA, they make many other fun games to play.

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