Brett Hull Hockey 95

aka: Brett Hull Hockey '95
Moby ID: 267
SNES Specs
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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.

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Credits (SNES version)

22 People (16 developers, 6 thanks)

  • Radical Entertainment Ltd.
Executive Producer
Game Announcer
Product Marketing Mgr
Manual Writers
Technical Assistance
  • Chip Level Designs
Special thanks to



Average score: 61% (based on 20 ratings)


Average score: 3.0 out of 5 (based on 15 ratings with 1 reviews)

Good ideas gone bad..

The Good
I remember getting this game as a birthday present when it came out. I was pumped at the time. This looked to be one of the better hockey games on PC and it's only competition came from EA Sports NHL 95at the time. The music and intros looked pretty good for the time. The game boasted motion captured players, a first for it's time. Also included was infamous commentary from Al Michaels (Didn't he do commentary for all the Accolade games at the time?).

The Bad
All the bells and whistles are there but the gameplay really was bad. The players moved so artificially and the camera view was really bad. The AI in this game was really horrible and the commentary got annoying after a while. Only the goalies and Brett got their names called, in a effort to make the game smaller I presume. The puck would do some crazy things to and the play seemed really out of sync.

The Bottom Line
Compared to the graphics, gameplay and customization of hockey games now, I am sure you will pass on this one. The only reason you would get this is if your a collector or your computer can only handle this game..Your way better off with the EA Sports NHL hockey games.

DOS · by The Ring Hawk (826) · 2004



Brett Hull 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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Contributors to this Entry

Game added by RKL.

Genesis, SNES added by POMAH.

Additional contributors: Martin Smith, formercontrib, Big John WV, Patrick Bregger, Roberth Martinez.

Game added September 6, 1999. Last modified January 29, 2024.