NHL 2K9 Latest News - Xbox 360

Game Description:The 2K series has driven a Zamboni over previous NHL games to create a hockey experience that's as pure and inviting as a fresh sheet of ice. NHL 2K9 has been rebuilt to put the fun back in the game. The realistic details and gameplay you'd expect are here, but you'll experience them with revamped controls that are much easier to use. The result is that you spend less time thinking and more time just playin' hockey. All-new in-game presentation features enhanced player animations, commentary, and online content, plus a user-friendly franchise mode. They've also played up some of the game's best quirks, adding a Zamboni mini-game, a new fighting engine, and even play-off beards.
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NHL 2K9 News

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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
  • NHL 2K9 Soundtrack List

    Figure skaters tend to listen to some classical tunes while landing their triple-axels, but when it comes to hockey, screw that! You want to go punk! Check out the rebel-heavy soundtrack list for 2K Games's sports title, NHL 2K9: Bad Religion — New Dark Ages Genghis Tron — Things Don't Look Good Inner Circle — Bad...

    Posted September 12, 2008| 2 Comments

    NHL 2K9 Soundtrack List
  • New 'NHL 2K9' Rick Nash Behind the Scenes

    NHL star Rick Nash goes behind the scenes with the boys over at 2K Sports for NHL 2K9 on the Wii, PS2, PS3 and Xbox 360. Sharpen your blades and hit the ice September 8th. NHL 2K9 Rick Nash Behind the Scenes Watch Larger Version | Watch HD Version

    Posted September 5, 2008| 3 Comments

    New 'NHL 2K9' Rick Nash Behind the Scenes
  • 'NHL 2K9' Developer Interview

    Visual Concepts VP of sports development Jeff Thomas gives us a check on their latest hockey title, NHL 2K9. This latest installment to the hockey series is packed with new features, including the ability to drive the "Zamboni" during intermission! The game is due out this September 8 for the PS2, PS3, Xbox 360 and Nintendo Wii...

    Posted August 15, 2008| 2 Comments

    'NHL 2K9' Developer Interview
  • New 'NHL 2K9' Media

    Visual Concepts and 2K Sports invites you to hit the ice as hard as ever in NHL 2K9 with these new screens and trailer. Scheduled for release on September 8th you can check your friends into the boards on your PS2, PS3, Xbox 360, and Wii. Watch Larger Version | Watch HD Version

    Posted August 11, 2008| 1 Comment

    New 'NHL 2K9' Media
  • NHL 2K9 Review

    Posted: September 15, 2008

    1,895 Views | 02:12 | 2 Comments

  • NHL 2K9: Rick Nash Trailer

    Posted: September 5, 2008

    1,074 Views | 01:49

  • NHL 2K9 Developer Interview

    Posted: August 15, 2008

    1,359 Views | 02:04 | 1 Comment

  • NHL 2K9 Trailer

    Posted: August 11, 2008

    1,666 Views | 00:38

  • NHL 2K9: Rick Nash Skit

    Posted: June 13, 2008

    584 Views | 00:20


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