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Hit the Ice

Hit the Ice (SNES) game cover art
Platform: SNES
Genre: Sports (Hockey)
Developer: Aisystem Tokyo

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Reader Reviews

Hit the Ice review

Reviewed January 19, 2003

alecto says: "North American ice hockey doesn’t exactly have a highbrow reputation, and Hit the Ice is a game that exploits all of hockey’s worst stereotypes, from the small-brained, big-fisted behemoths who pass for players, to the blue-collar slobs in the stands and the ineffectual referee who lets the players get away with murder (almost literally, but not quite…) The game isn’t the least bit realistic, and the controls leave something to be desired, but the concept is so funny that it’s worth taking a sec..."
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