Wayne Gretzky’s 3D Hockey ’98

Wayne Gretzky’s 3D Hockey ’98

Midway brings a revamped version of their 3D Arcade Hockey game to the PlayStation.

Jewel Case Release

Genre:
Hockey
CDs: 1
(?? Megs)
Players:
1 to 4 Players
ESRB: Kids to Adults
Animated Violence
Publisher:
Midway
Retail Barcode:
0 31719 26974 7
Memory:
5 Blocks
Developer:
Software Creations
Sony ID:
SLUS-00147
Accessories:
Multi-Tap
Released:
December 27, 1997
PSRM:
003050

The Best Just Got Better!

Take on “The Great One” again in this hot sequel to the smash hit. With more great features such as improved hard hitting artificial intelligence, Gretzky ’98 packs a wallop!

  • Updated for the 97-98 season including franchise moves, league schedule, roster moves, new team colors and jersey changes.
  • NHL and NHLPA license means real players, team names, logos and uniforms.
  • Includes all 26 teams, each with 17 available players on their actual NHL teams.
  • Real-time rendered, 3D environment with user selectable cameras allows players to view the action from different angles.
  • Wayne’s hockey strategies, skating moves and logic are incorporated into the improved AI engine.
  • Play three-on-three, four-on-four or five-on-five games on either arcade or regulation size hockey rinks.

 

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  • The game’s back copy states “hot sequel to the smash hit” – the original was only on the Nintendo 64 console wise, but they might be playing off the original’s arcade release.
  • Multi-Tap Icon is missing off the back of the case.
  • While the PlayStation didn’t have to worry about it, Midway caused a bit of a PR problem with the Nintendo 64 version. The game is just a minor upgrade to the original release, but then Midway went and re-used the game again as Olympic Hockey ’98 on Nintendo’s system. When journalistic entities discovered the Olympic version was essentially just a uniform switch and nothing else, IGN’s Matt Casamassina wrote the immortal one-line review of, “We’ll post a new review when Midway releases a new game.”