NHL 2K9 is a sports game developed by 2K Sports for the Nintendo Wii. The game was released in Q3 2008.
As an Ottawa Senators fan, I know all about growing pains in an inaugural season. After all, my local boys had the second worst season of all time in their first year, winning only 10 of their 84 games. 2K's first effort on the Wii doesn't tread in the murky waters traversed by that early Senators team, but it has a lot of work to do before their flagship hockey franchise becomes a contender on the Wii. Read More.
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Let's not mince words. NHL 2K8 was pretty lousy hockey game. Luckily, this year 2K Sports has seen fit to reboot the franchise, instead of letting the series flounder under the weight of the competition for another year. Best of all, Wii puckheads will finally have a hockey title to play on their little waggle machines, and guess what? Read More.
2K Sports announced that NHL 2K10 is now available for the Wii, Xbox 360, and the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 2. Featuring 2009 Hart Memorial Trophy and Lester B. Pearson Award winner Alex Ovechkin of the Washington Capitals as its cover athlete and spokesman, NHL 2K10 brings the fast-paced action and fun of the NHL right to your living room while staying true to the sport. Read More.
2K Sports announced that the hockey title, NHL 2K9, is now available on retail store shelves in North America for Xbox 360, Wii, and PLAYSTATION 3 and PlayStation 2. Developed by Visual Concepts, NHL 2K9 brings a totally rebuilt NHL experience to life with fresh player animations and a brand-new in-game presentation that fans will enjoy from the moment they start their first game. Read More.