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NHL 2K6 Review
Thankfully, a damaging aspect of NHL 2K6 on the Xbox and PS2 has been rectified here on the 360 version, as the team rosters have all been upgraded to include the latest possible league trades. This was something missing on the current generation of European releases, despite their spring 2006 retail schedules, which would have proven plenty of time to see the trade histories included. While the more casual gamer probably won't even notice the roster updates, hardened fans of the sport will certainly be happy to play with the most current line ups of their favourite team(s) rather than expending countless hours manually editing via trade after trade.
Read the full article, NHL 2K6 Review. By Stevie Smith on 13-May-06
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14 May 2006 01:12
Quality review. If only i liked ice hockey

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14 May 2006 07:33
Never EVER been an american sports fan but long time ago when I was a wee nipper I used to love NHLPA 92 on the Sega Mega-Drive, when I get a 360 ill try this for sure as its such an easy pick up and play type of game. Nice review.

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14 May 2006 09:59
Yeah very nice read but I'm not keen on the ice hockey games either so I'll pass on this.

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14 May 2006 12:31
Maybe companies should start rethinking how they make next gen sports games. Rather than a new title every year. Get to a point where everyone likes it and just release updates for new players or if the community wants new features etc and charge them for "booster" pack type things.

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