Is NHL 15 a good game?

NHL 15 comes with great graphics on and off the ice, a new commentary team and physics engine, but while it looks and plays great, there are a pile of missing modes. This takes away from the overall experience and, in the end, not worth the asking price.

What is the release date of NHL 15?

NHL 15 is an ice hockey video game developed by EA Canada and published by EA Sports. It is the 24th installment of the NHL series and was released on September 9, 2014 in North America & then three days later in Europe, Australia and New Zealand.

What is playoff mode in NHL 15?

The star of the show is the Playoff Mode, in which players create custom tournaments from the many leagues available in NHL 15. To keep things interesting, the game features the popular “Be a Pro” mode that focuses on a single, customizable player. In this mode, character progression and developing skill becomes the only focus.

NHL 15 is the first entry of the series to arrive in the eighth generation of consoles, introducing some next-gen upgrades over its last-gen versions. These new additions result in a game that’s much better than its predecessors – in some ways.

Is live the life included in NHL 15?

“Live the Life” will be included in the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 versions of NHL 15.

NHL 15 is a tough game to size up. I truly do believe that gameplay is king, and it’s there that NHL 15 shines brightly. It plays extremely well, whether online or offline, proving why EA Sports’ long-running series has been the king of the ice for over 20 years.

How does NHL 15 compare to other old-gen versions?

Speaking of modes, NHL 15 is noticeably lighter than old-gen iterations on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 (and, in fact, the old-gen version of NHL 15, which is a clone of last year’s), and this is where the overall package begins to diminish. Online Team Play is gone, as is EA Sports Hockey League, which were two community lynchpins.

Is NHL 15 worth buying?

EA’s NHL series typically totes strong gameplay, and it’s as impressive as ever in NHL 15. Better yet, it’s highly customizable. Camera angles can be altered, pre-determined difficulty settings can be tinkered with, and you can even set how arcadey or simulation-like you want the overall experience to be. Hate icing? Shut it off.