PS2 Games

ESPN National Hockey Night

TITLE ESPN National Hockey Night
US PUBLISHER Konami Digital Entertainment

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SCREENS ADDED: 12 Oct-2005

Official Fact Sheet:

It’s time to lace up the skates and hit the ice as ESPN the Games unleashes the powerful, totally revamped hockey gaming experience — ESPN National Hockey Night 2002 – for the PlayStation 2 and the Xbox. Including new player models and facial textures along with fresh gameplay modes, the game delivers all the brutal body checks, lightning-quick skating action and goal scoring glory hockey fans can handle. ESPN National Hockey Night 2002 is jam-packed with attitude and insight from The Worldwide Leader in Sports including the familiar voices of ESPN’s broadcast team of Gary Thorne and Bill Clement.

  • Totally ESPN — ESPN National Hockey Night 2002 embodies the personality of The World Wide Leader In Sports by featuring ESPN’s eye-popping graphics, unconventional camera angles, microphone placement, insightful statistics as well as entertaining and informative play-by-play commentary from Gary Thorne and Bill Clement.
  • Complete NHL Authenticity — Officially licensed by the NHL and the NHLPA, ESPN National Hockey Night 2002 features every NHL team complete with authentic uniforms and stadiums.
  • Who’s Driving The Zamboni? — ESPN National Hockey Night 2002 is endorsed by Chicago Blackhawks right wing Tony Amonte.
  • Incredible Motion Capture Animations And Mind-Blowing Graphics — To enable gamers to experience the physical, fast-paced action of the NHL, ESPN National Hockey Night 2002 showcases astounding graphics and over 800 motion captured animations from actual NHL players.
  • Draft Him, Train Him, Turn Him Loose On The Ice – The Create-A-Player option allows gamers to build a player, determine his attributes, get him drafted as a free agent and watch him blossom into a full-fledged NHL superstar.
  • Lord Stanley Has Arrived — Players can train, toughen themselves up for the Stanley Cup by utilizing ESPN National Hockey Night 2002’s new game modes.

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