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NHL 07 Latest News - Xbox 360

Game Description:You could find a more realistic hockey experience than NHL 07 for Xbox 360. Just convince a team to sign you and put you on the ice! With revolutionary new Skill Stick controls, the right analog stick controls your on-ice stick, while the left stick controls your lower body. Combine that with player's point-of-view vision control, and you're as good as on the ice! Play with teammates with specific skills: finesse skaters, snipers, power slotmen, dazzling playmakers, and more. Guide a franchise in Dynasty Mode. Shootouts - and their unmatched intensity - return for this edition. You can challenge friends in the EA Sports Free-4-All, and much more.
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  • EA Shutting Down Online Servers For Numerous Sports Games

    There certainly isn't anything unusual about publishers shutting down online servers for games that people are no longer playing. So it shouldn’t surprise you that EA announced today that they will be taking an axe to a number of servers on Feb 2. The two most notable entries on the list are the poorly received Facebreaker and Madden NFL...

    Posted January 4, 2010

    EA Shutting Down Online Servers For Numerous Sports Games

 


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