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    Wayne Gretzky and the NHLPA All-Stars

    Game » consists of 1 releases. Released December 1995

    Hockey game released on the Super Nintendo and Sega Genesis in 1995. Released in the year of the NHL lockout this game featured only the NHLPA license, with no NHL teams or logos.

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    Wayne Gretzky and the NHLPA All-Stars is a hockey game from Sculptured Software (later renamed Acclaim Studios Salt Lake City) and features the likeness and endorsement of hockey legend Wayne Gretzky, who was playing for the LA Kings at the time. The game only features the NHLPA license, not the NHL license, so the game has all the correct player names for the season but none of the teams or their logos.

    The team select screen features six international sides - Sweden, Finland, Czechoslovakia (the country had already separated into the Czech Republic and Slovakia by 1995, suggesting the game had been in development a while), Russia, Canada and the USA - and all twenty-six teams of the NHL (as of 1995) referred to only by their cities.

    The game uses a horizontal perspective of the rink. It borrows a lot of imagery from EA Sports's NHL series, including the star-shaped cursor around the active player's feet.


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