Motion-captured graphics made their first appearance in a hockey game with this Brett Hull license. Al Michaels provides a full running commentary, while a mode allowing the player to improve their game with Brett's help is also included. The game is viewed isometrically, with all the realistic fouls and gameplay situations included. Full pre-match analysis and forecasting is provided, as are post match statistics.
- "Brett Hull Hockey '95" -- DOS/Genesis title
The Press Says
||77 out of 100
|Electronic Gaming Monthly (EGM)
||72 out of 100
|PC Games (Germany)
||66 out of 100
||62 out of 100
|Video Games & Computer Entertainment
||6 out of 10
|PC Player (Germany)
||56 out of 100
|The Video Game Critic
||Apr 21, 2009
||2.5 out of 5
|Computer Gaming World (CGW)
||Jan 03, 2011
||2 out of 10
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Both a Jaguar cartridge and CD version was to be released, but ultimately never made it. More than likely due to the declining sales of the Jaguar at the time.
is the only forward or player on defense that gets called by his full name by Al Michaels
during gameplay commentary; all other players are called by their number. In turn though many of the goalies last names are announced.
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