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I am very thankful I had the money to purchase NHL 22 on the Playstation 4. Out of all of the sports video games we play hockey is one of the hardest for us to get motivated for. For some reason hockey has been less liked here at Family Friendly Gaming for over a decade. The EA Sports NHL franchise may have something to do with that. We are so sick and tired of that lame momentum meter. It leads to some really bad, annoying, and obnoxious games.

When we are talking about the momentum meter we have to acknowledge that it works for one team while holding the other team back. When Peter and I live streamed NHL 22 we both ran into this. Early on in the game I was able to do anything easily. Peter could get nothing to work. I slacked off because I did not want to just absolutely have a lopsided victory. Then late in the game everything worked for Peter and nothing worked for me. Even shots I had made early in the game did not work late in the game. This lack of consistency really hurts NHL 22.

NHL 22 impressed me with all of the leagues and teams. There are even women leagues for those into playing as women. I steer clear of that personally. Women are biologically not as physical as men and their sports are not as interesting to watch. There are plenty of offline and online modes within NHL 22. Even the Seattle Kraken are in NHL 22. Their rank is way above how they have done this year. Offensive music within NHL 22 can be muted. I am so tired of having to do that though.

Face offs are still annoying in NHL 22. Thanks to the camera angle we are unable to see the puck drop. We must watch the referee’s arm and guess as to when the puck has been dropped. Super star hockey players according to NHL 22 have a X-Factor. It makes them generally play better than regular players. I did not see much difference. I scored most of my goals on rebounds off the goalie.

The modes in NHL 22 in the Offline section are Play Now, Be A Pro Career, Franchise Mode, Tournaments, IIHF Tournaments, Ones Now, NHL Threes, Season Mode, and Playoff Mode. The modes within NHL 22 in Online are Hockey Ultimate Team, World of Chel, Online Versus, Hut Rush, and NHL Threes Online. It took us a bit to comprehend the rules of NHL Threes this year. If you like hockey NHL 22 is your only option right now.
- Paul


Graphics: 69%
Sound: 73%
Replay/Extras: 80%
Gameplay: 64%
Family Friendly Factor: 70%

System: PS4/PS5/Xbox One/Xbox Series X
Publisher: EA Sports
Developer: EA Vancouver
Rating: ‘E10+’ - Everyone TEN and OLDER ONLY {Mild Violence}

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