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ESPN NHL 2K5 Latest News - XBX

Game Description:ESPN NHL 2K5 makes an impressive bid for best hockey game of the year. Besides awesome new graphics, smooth animations, and expanded league play and depth, NHL 2K5 features a massive online presence. Online tournaments, stats, and leagues make for a virtual NHL world perfect for fans of the ice, stick and puck. An all-new Contact Control also allows for more exacting defensive manuevres, checks and fighting while a new Party Mode throws you into a multiplayer frenzy of mini-games and challenges. ESPN's Gary Thorne and Bill Clement commentate over on and off the ice.
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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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