Hockey all about physics

9 09 2010

My favorite video game of all-time is NHL ’94, which might put me in the same category as every other guy who was somewhere in the 8-13-year-old range when the game came out. What’s odd about that is I’ve never closely followed the NHL. Hockey isn’t even in my top five sports. Yet hockey video games are legitimately exciting. (The sport also might be the coolest to watch in-person.)

When I found out EA Sports was holding a press event for NHL ’11 at the The NHL Store in New York City, and subsequently discovered the game’s all-new real-time physics engine, I knew it had to be a story for Wired.com’s Playbook sports blog.

Click on the link below to read the story.

Real-Time Physics Engine Gives New Life to NHL ‘11

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