|Brett Hull Hockey|
North American box art
|Publisher(s)|| Accolade (NA)|
Sony Imagesoft (EU)
|Release date(s)|| Super NES|
NA: January 1994
|Genre(s)||Sports (Ice Hockey)|
Brett Hull Hockey is a sports game (focused on ice hockey) for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. It was released in North America and Europe but not Japan. It is officially licensed by the National Hockey League Players Association (NHLPA). The game was followed by a sequel the following year: Brett Hull Hockey 95.
The game has a single- and two-player mode. In exhibition mode, only one game is played, whereas in the regular season mode, an entire NHL game schedule is played. Playoff mode is only a tournament-style playoff.
Real-world NHL player Brett Hull is heavily featured in the game. All players are announced by jersey number, but Hull is called by name. Real-world sportscaster Al Michaels supplies the play-by-play commentary during gameplay.
Other features include the ability to turn the music, sound effects and coaching mode on and off.
As in the real-world sport of hockey, the object is to score more goals than the opposing team to win the game.
Since the game is licensed by the NHLPA, all real-world players' names and numbers are in the game. But because it's not licensed by the League itself, the team names and logos are not used. Each team is only represented by cities.
- Brett Hull Hockey at GameFAQs