NHL 14 for Xbox 360
Xbox 360

NHL 14

Sep 10, 2013

Trailer, Gameplay, & Screenshots


About this game

Developer: EA Vancouver
Content Rating: Everyone10+


Unlock the highest level of hockey aggression, speed and skill. NHL®   14 brings together the best technology from EA SPORTSTM  to deliver the most authentic hockey experience ever. Deliver hits with the cutting-edge NHL®   Collision Physics, built from FIFA’s revolutionary Player Impact Engine. Drop the gloves with the new Enforcer Engine, powered by EA SPORTSTM Fight Night technology. Dangle defenders with new One-Touch Dekes and experience a new level of speed and control with the second season of critically-acclaimed True Performance Skating. Huge hits, real fights, and unbelievable speed and skill. This is NHL® hockey at its greatest, powered by a generation of EA SPORTS™ innovation.

Critic Reviews

11 Reviews
Matt BertzSep 10, 2013
NHL 14 is not a bad game; it's just a very familiar one. The core game remains quite good; the tweaked hitting physics and new fighting model can provide some spice, and the sheer number of solo and online options give you plenty to do. But the new features brought to the table don't add enough over what was available in NHL 13, making this a dubious buy for anyone who still has last year's game and can live without the crushing new hits and more widespread fisticuffs.
Jack DevriesSep 06, 2013
With much better collisions and a vastly improved fighting minigame, NHL 14 is becoming more gamey and less of a simulation, but that gives it a distinct and interesting flavor compared to its predecessors. Many long-standing complaints with the series have been addressed, though AI still needs work before it’ll stop embarrassing us on the ice. Between games, the new Live the Life additions give hardcore pro hockey players something to invest in, both online and off. Plus the NHL 94 Mode is a way better anniversary celebration than the weak loading-screen nostalgia of Madden NFL 25.
Xav de MatosSep 06, 2013
On the ice, NHL 14 is the best the series has ever been, and that alone will be enough for many returning fans. I love playing it and I'll keep playing it. Between the face-offs and outside of the rink, however, NHL 14 shows a laziness that is not befitting of a franchise that proudly touts its accolades on its sleeve.

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