NHL 16 for Xbox One
Xbox One

NHL 16

Sep 15, 2015
8.03
playscore
Good
224th of 3362

Trailer, Gameplay, & Screenshots

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About this game

Developer: EA Vancouver
Content Rating: Everyone10+

Summary

Built with more input from our fans than ever before, NHL 16 steps onto the ice to deliver new features across the most played single player and team modes, including a reimagined EA SPORTS Hockey League. Combined with new gameplay balance and innovation at every position and an unrivalled game day authenticity, NHL 16 puts you into the heart of a team, where you play together and win together.

Critic Reviews

14 Reviews
7.94
Ray CarsilloSep 15, 2015
Without a doubt, NHL 16 is better than its direct predecessor. But when I look at the product as a whole, while there are some welcome new features—and some that need more work—NHL 16’s most significant points come from adding old stuff back in, making the experience come across more like it’s just catching up to what it was before the console generation shift. That said, NHL 16 feels like a welcome return to form for the series, as solid top to bottom as the ice we skate on.
7.80
Seth MacySep 15, 2015
When played by yourself or with a friend on the couch, NHL 16 is a fast, sharp-looking, and fun hockey sim that includes enough modes to keep veterans happy while doing an admirable job of welcoming newcomers as well. It still suffers technical problems with online play, which is a shame, because outside of noticeably repetitious play-by-play calling and some non-gameplay-affecting framerate issues in cutscenes and replays, NHL 16 is an otherwise excellent game.
Brett MakedonskiOct 06, 2015
NHL 16 isn't perfect, but it's a substantial improvement over what released last year. Mind you, that's not some sheer brilliance; it's just because of general competence. The NHL franchise seems back on track, and it has even introduced the wonderful on-ice trainer. But, that trainer aside, it's tough to shake the feeling that NHL has just caught up instead of innovating. EA Sports spent this iteration making up ground.

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