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NHL 2001 - PlayStation 2

by Electronic Arts
PlayStation2
 Teen
4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
Price: CDN$ 8.99
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  • Platform:   PlayStation2
  • ESRB Rating: Teen Teen
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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4.0 out of 5 stars ryans opinion July 7 2004
By ryan
I thought this was the best hockey playwise nhl.i havent played 2002,but play wise it is much more like the real nhl! especially the saves the goalies make,they literally steal the game or leave it tied at times! the defense is much more like real nhl,but 03',and 04' did have better graphics thats why i give it 4 stars! i highly recommend it!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Hit the Ice! Dec 17 2000
By "transmission3000" - Published on Amazon.com
NHL 2001 is by far the best hockey game I've ever played. For any system. Hands down. This is a bold statement, considering I've played EA Sports' since the beginning (only skipping NHL 1999). The graphics are as crisp as any game i've seen on the PS2 thus far. When you turn the game speed up, this baby just screams. The hits are huge, and the camera movement totally fluid. The player models are also oustanding.
The only big drawbacks that this game has is the Create Your Own Player feature and the fighting. The fighting is just weak. There's only one punch to throw, it seems. The worst feature of all was one of the ones that i look forward to every year: Create A Player. The options you're given are just too oblique. You can't pick your face model or haircut, and you cannot create a very racially diverse team, to say the least. I even tried to make a player from Nigeria and he still turned out white. NHL '98 was much better from this standpoint, and i don't see why this game was left so lacking.
10 of 13 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Nothing comes close to this beauty Oct. 29 2000
By B. Battaglia - Published on Amazon.com
This is an amazing game. I dont understand people complaining about the frame rate. I have now played 20+ games in a season and I have encountered no slow down, no graphical glitches or stuttering (which would indicate frame rate problems)nothing but smooth as silk game play! The graphics are amazing, each players face is accurately modeled they even blink their eyes! The Gameplay is not overly fast, but is just about right (though you can customize game speed to your liking). My only real beef is that the higher the level you play on the worse your goalie becomes, so defense is a priority on ALL-STAR level. Players tip shots in front of the net and goal celebrations seem to change the more important the goal is. Score a tying or winning goal late in the game and the player really celebrates. Absolutely everything can be customized, rules, settings, rosters, players are all able to be tweaked to your liking. This game is great no doubt about it this and SSX is all I have been playing. If you like hockey you will love this game. I have a sega dreamcast and this game embarasses the heck out of nhl2k.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars This is the best hockey game ever! Dec 25 2001
By C. L. Stone - Published on Amazon.com
I've had my PS2 for over a year now, and NHL 2001 was the game that I bought when I got the system. After adding substantially to my PS2 game library, I find myself always going back to NHL 2001. The graphics are great, the color commentary is good (it's downright awful in NHL 2002), and the game play is phenomenal. This is easily the best game I've played for PS2, and if you're thinking about buying NHL 2002 but don't have 2001, I'd recommend picking up a used copy of 2001 for 12 bucks and saving the 40 bones that would go toward extra cut scenes (that you just end up skipping all the time after playing about a period of the game) and slightly better player faces.
7 of 9 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars THIS IS THE ONLY REVIEW YOU WILL NEED Nov. 25 2000
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
I have put a frightening amount of time into NHL videogames, EA and non EA. I recall debates over Ice Hockey or Blades of Steel, which was more rad? The 80's were dope... Just to get a few things straight, I'll sum up the last few years of hockey game history:: NHL '98 for PS changed everything
NHL '99 was one of the biggest disappointments of my highly cultured life. Total ...
NHL 2000 was good, Kept me happy. breakaway deke move is born
NHL 2001 (PS) not too different once you got used to it
NHL Faceoff 2001 (PS) lamer graphics, more realistic positioning. Finally a playable alternative
NHL 2001 PS2 --- Here we go: The graphics are awesome. A total joy if you are a hockey fan. But, when I first played, after the amazing intros, I was pretty scared that this game really was going to ..., that the odd year jinx was back in effect, and that I had paid a little bit too much money for a box that I would only be using as a DVD player. The default speed is way too slow. There is a weird graphical slowdown that doesn't really hurt gameplay but is pretty annoying, although you do get used to it. GAMEPLAY: The scoring is far too reliant on one timing, there is very little that you can do one on one with a goalie that doesn't involve basically stopping, winding up, and taking a big shot. The goalies aren't good enough. Oh yeah, and there is a pretty weird cheap goal bug -- just take a wrist shot from the boards just inside the blue line to the far side. If he's a good shooter it's usually a goal. Wack. I like the way the dump in button works though, you can actually cycle the puck now. Still no drop passes which .... No all time teams. The bottom line: If you are a die hard video game hockey fan, you know you want it! Get it! Even if there are a whole lot of imperfections, nothing else comes close yet. Maybe NHL FACEOFF 2001 PS2 will be good, but until then, you will be happy with this game. I can't wait for next year.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars NHL 2001 COOL ! Dec 27 2000
By The Jasonator - Published on Amazon.com
This is the best hockey game yet! From the home team intros to the ultra smoth rendering! It even announces your name or other created players! Lots of game modifiers from puck elasticity to recovery from a hard check. This game has it all even old school jerseys. The audio is awesome as you here fans screaming to the penalty box opening.
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