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NHL 2K6 Latest News - Xbox 360

  • Publisher: Take Two
  • Genre:Sports
  • Developer: Kush Games
  • Release Date:Nov 17, 2005
  • # of Players:8 players
  • ESRB:E10+ - Everyone 10+ (Violence)
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Game Description:2K Sports has been busy during hockey's hiatus, and they're primed to roll out the latest and greatest installment of NHL 2K series as the NHL returns to action. When the puck drops, the revolutionary ProControl icon-based passing system lets you run the most intricate pro-style plays on the ice while Maximum Goaltending provides intuitive control of your netminder. Coach the game according to your preferred style, unleash enforcers, and marvel at highlight-reel animations, all experienced through broadcast-quality presentation accompanied by all-new commentary. Put your off-ice skills to the test with the enhanced Franchise Mode that now factors in Practice and Team Chemistry.
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  • Take-Two Taking Year Off From Developing NHL 2K Games On 360, PS3

    There will not be an NHL 2K11 on Xbox 360 or PlayStation 3. Take-Two Interactive revealed it would be taking a year off from developing an NHL product on both those platforms this year. "We're committed to competing and winning," said Take-Two CEO Ben Feder during a question and answer session with analysts discussing the company's...

    Posted March 3, 2010

    Take-Two Taking Year Off From Developing NHL 2K Games On 360, PS3

 


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