Skate your way into the world’s fastest moving, hardest hitting sport.
Play against the computer in Solo mode, or in a 16-team international tournament to take on the very best in the world. Alternatively, challenge your friends and play ad-hoc multiplayer on two PS Vitas, for that ultimate clash of sticks feel.
Spend time in the locker room editing your team’s kits, names, numbers, logos and player names to create your very own team to take on friends, family and those tournament bruisers. And speaking of bruising, Ice Hockey wouldn’t be Ice Hockey without some knuckle shredding, tooth loosening punch-ups and Table Ice Hockey sees plenty of those as teams use tactics fair and foul to win.
Using PS Vita’s AR technology, you become the cameraman — zooming in to get so close to the action you can almost feel the ice splinters coming off the skates. When the gloves come off and the teeth start flying, you can get up close and personal in more ways than one with your opponent. This same AR technology lets you watch as your table top changes before your eyes into a crowded Ice Hockey arena, full of fans waiting to share the action with you.
- Use your AR Play Cards to create your very own virtual ice hockey arena on your desk or any flat surface.
- Use the touch screen to hit slapshots, check your opponents and even settle your differences with a punch-up on the ice.
- Customise your teams and individual players, and save up to four teams to use in any match.
- Take part in tournaments for up to 16 teams and smash computer-controlled opponents or friends via Ad Hoc Mode.
IGN gave a us a fantastic 7.7 for Table Ice hockey!
VitaPlayer wrote an in depth review on their website – here’s their summary:
“Overall, the lack of online multiplayer and leaderboards does not hold back Table Ice Hockey from fulfilling its potential as it still manages to ooze with replayability due to the amount of single player content and fun arcade game mechanics that will keep you coming back for more and for a game that only costs £1.59 that makes Table Ice Hockey a must buy!” – VitaPlayer (read the full review here).
Platform(s): Playstation Vita
Release Date: 26th September 2012
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