‘NHL 17’ Score Details DT Recommended Product “The winning tradition is back with ‘NHL 17.’” Plenty of content to play through Smoother gameplay World Cup and ECHL teams New Semi-Pro difficulty setting Good atmosphere overall Can’t upload your own logos and uniforms “Be a Pro” mode needs work AI feels unfair on higher difficulties MSRP $59.99 Since its reinvention 10 years ago, EA’s annual NHL games have been so entertaining that competitors have long ceased any attempts to usurp its mantle as the go-to hockey franchise. Since the series transitioned to the current generation of consoles, however, it has suffered from technical setbacks — forcing developers to clean up the mess and win back fans. Despite some annoyances and gaping holes, the franchise has returned to Stanley Cup form in NHL 17. Hardcore fans will rejoice, but even those with a curiosity for hockey will find it much easier to get into this game. Like groomed ice On the ice, NHL 17 generally feels like a smoother version of the hockey game fans know and love. Publisher Electronic Arts has nipped and tucked in various areas, making gameplay that feels generally smoother and more accurate. Players skate with a little… Read full this story
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