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NHL 2K10

NHL 2K10 (PS3) game cover art
Platform: PlayStation 3
Tags: Sports, Hockey
Developer: Take 2 Interactive

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09/15/2009

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NHL 2K10 review (Xbox 360)

Reviewed November 10, 2009

Louis Bedigian says: "NHL 2K10 is a flawed sequel. It doesn’t elevate the franchise in the way you may have hoped or expected, nor does it present a package that you haven’t already seen and played a year ago. But don’t skate away just yet – while this might not be the must-have sports game of the season, it is anything but unplayable."
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