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NHL Hockey '95

NHL Hockey '95 (XSX) game cover art
Platform: Game Boy
Tags: Sports, Hockey
Developer: Probe Entertainment


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NHL Hockey '95 review

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ratking says: " I am a huge fan of the NHL, and as a child my parents would not let me have a Super Nintendo or a Nintendo 64 (took some convincing but I have both now). This left me with no real systems to play an NHL game on, because there was practically none for the Classic Nintendo. So I asked for this game for my birthday and got it. As with all sport games, you have to memorize a password after every game to continue playing that season, and that always leads to me losing interest to a game fast. "
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