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NHL FaceOff '97

NHL FaceOff '97 (PSX) game cover art
Platform: PlayStation
Tags: Sports, Hockey
Developer: Killer Game
AKA: NHL PowerRink '97 (JP)

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NHL FaceOff '97 review

Reviewed August 31, 2003

psychopenguin says: "It's always hard for me to justify giving high scores to old sports games -- not talking about classics like Tecmo Super Bowl, of course, but games in a series, like Madden 95, or NBA Live 96. Not because they're not fun, but because the later games in the series are SO much better, and there's no reason to actually play the game in question when there's so many other games in the series to choose from. "
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