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Brett Hull Hockey '95 is a 1994 hockey game for the Sega Mega Drive and SNES by Accolade and Radical Entertainment released exclusively in the US.
Brett Hull Hockey '95 on the Mega Drive is an isometric hockey game, similar in style to FIFA International Soccer and NBA Live 95 which opt for isometric gameplay for football and basketball, respectively (although here the game uses a different angle - "top left" to "bottom right"). The game has an official NHLPA license (and so can use the names of NHL players), but not a full NHL license, so team names are default to their home towns and cities. Also included is an in-game commentary.
While Brett Hull Hockey '95 was also released for the Super NES during the same period, from a gameplay perspective it is almost an entirely different game, making use of graphics mode 7 to simulate a pseudo-3D field played from a "vertical" perspective (similar to EA's NHL hockey games).
- Main article: Brett Hull Hockey '95/Magazine articles.
Print advert in GamePro
(US) #66: "January 1995" (199x-xx-xx)
Print advert in Sega Visions
(US) #24: "May 1995" (1995-xx-xx)
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