Tuesday, September 3, 2013

NBPA: Franchise Hockey Manager review

Franchise Hockey Manager is a new hockey game that is trying to improve on what Eastside Hockey Manager did. The first release was today and I have the game as I helped on the research team.

REVIEW: This game has a lot of potential. It is probably a lot better than many first attempts at video game development. It as of right  now not near the level of OOTP but it is definitely eventually going to go up there in quality.

Graphics: Good looking game for a text-sim. No graphics what so ever. Some glitches and bug but they can be patched. 7.5/10

Gameplay: Some bugs but they can be patched. Gameplay is simulation gameplay and you do not actually control the player. Great hockey manager game especially in the realm of there are multiple leagues with their own individual rules. 8.0/10

 Quality: Good quality especially for the 1st version of a hockey sim. Has so much potential and is the first hockey sim in quite some time. Some small issues however that might make the game unplayable for people. 7.5/10

Overall: Very impressive game it has as much potential as Mike Trout. However potential does not reflect where it is now and has some big issues at release.


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