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Cheat Code Central has posted their review of NHL 2K6, giving it a 3 out of 5.
"As I mentioned at the beginning of the review, EA's NHL 06 is now a serious contender with this years effort. 2K6 is as strong as it ever was and while it might take vets awhile to get a grasp on the ProControl and other injections, it's still incredibly solid and has lost nothing from last years game. Since both games are value-priced (2K6 is $19.99, NHL 06 is $29.99) it might just be a toss up as to which game you'll hang your skates on. For the cost of one full price game, you can own both. For those who have pledged allegiance to Visual Concepts you'll find an engaging and thanks to the new rules and ProControl an almost entirely new game of hockey once you lace up and hit the ice."

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# 1 pk500 @ 09/09/05 11:49 AM
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Originally Posted by Steve_OS
Cheat Code Central has posted their review of NHL 2K6, giving it a 3 out of 5.
"As I mentioned at the beginning of the review, EA's NHL 06 is now a serious contender with this years effort. 2K6 is as strong as it ever was and while it might take vets awhile to get a grasp on the ProControl and other injections, it's still incredibly solid and has lost nothing from last years game. Since both games are value-priced (2K6 is $19.99, NHL 06 is $29.99) it might just be a toss up as to which game you'll hang your skates on. For the cost of one full price game, you can own both. For those who have pledged allegiance to Visual Concepts you'll find an engaging and thanks to the new rules and ProControl an almost entirely new game of hockey once you lace up and hit the ice."
If I'm not mistaken, VC hasn't developed this game since NHL 2K3. Kush has done the last three NHL 2K games.

Pretty funny.

Take care,
PK
 

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