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  1. Growing up, I had NHL Hockey for DOS, but never owned NHL94 on console until later on in life. It was and still is a great game, albeit not the easiest to fire up like a Genesis or SNES. Scoring methods weren't as plentiful/repeatable as the console versions of 94, but I enjoyed the challenge, and the full season mode _ digitized narration was a major plus over consoles. Once I got my first Playstation, I was drawn to the 97, 98, versions, and I eventually started getting PC version of EA NHL in 2000. I also enjoyed the 2K series on Dreamcast. While these games weren't perfect, they d
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  2. I was newly married in the early 90's and me and 4 buddies played a lot of Madden, but when the OG, 93 and then <heavenly music> NHL '94 came out, it was OVER. We didn't play anything else. Then we got the 4-play adapter, and it got better. Then we got the CD version and it got even BETTER. The only thing that could have made it better, we said, was to be able to edit/move/create players. After a couple of years, the wives tired of it, we all moved apart, and we stopped playing. Fast-forward to 2015. I moved home to CA from Hawaii. I stumble upon this website and learn
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  3. Prior to buying myself a Switch for my 40th bday in March of 2019 (hey man, it was on sale!) I hadn't kept up with ANY console gaming whatsoever since the great Genesis/SNES wars of the 90's. I was a diehard Genesis kid back then and I played the absolute f**k of EA hockey (OG, 93 & 94) and Madden. My dog eventually murdered my Genesis and then when I moved to Colorado for college in '97 I discovered other ways to "spend my time". I moved back to Chicago after college in like 2002 and my best friend since the age of 6 (he was an SNES combatant in the great console wars) got me playing '94
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  4. The problem may be that it is a headerless ROM. You might have to add a header to it. I'm not sure (actually I doubt) Statto's Editor can take a headerless ROM. Look online, there are programs that can add a header to it EDIT: The ROM in the RA package is headerless, the ROM in other locations I'll bet has a header.
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  5. 2020 KHL.bin
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  6. This is really well done. Nice to see someone breathing some life into this game, as it was one of the stronger of the EA 16 bit days. Congratulations.
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  7. Thanks @Jkline3 I shared it on social media bud.
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  8. I've crossed the Atlantic and leagues are getting smaller. Winter is coming and I've got nowhere to go. I may make it further than I originally thought...
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  9. Oh my god!!! Thank you @Jkline3!!!!! I should do the swiss league now, as some interesting players like Thornton are there, but I've got to motivate myself first...
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  10. Try downloading the ROM directly from the nhl94.com homepage. For some reason that's the last hurdle some of these guys have had to get over.
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  11. Hi all, I wasn't really satisfied with the news so far on NHL 94 Rewind, and while I was complaining to a friend, he said "you couldn't do any better". I took it as a challenge, and spent the better part of a week, and anytime I could turn my camera off during Zoom classes on this baby right here. 1.0 Notes 31 NHL teams, all in the style they were in 1993-94, or at the very least, with a bit of retro flair. 1 team of all-stars from NHL 94, with 20 players all representing a different team. Not always the highest overall player, but just someone I thought would be fun
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  12. That’s how I got here! Been playing 94 on console for that last 25 years and never knew there was an online community until someone mentioned it in EA’s Twitter announcement for Rewind. No need to buy 2021 when you can get it here!
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  13. No we have seen and read in articles that they have made actual changes. It's possible they used a ROM from here as a base, but they still did some real work on it. They added an exit menu in the game (something I couldn't do trivially, so they put some real work into it) From a Twitter video: They added a controller assignment screen to the menu, like in SNES. We're not sure how they did that, if they actually changed the game, or the way it works is they added a custom front-end to the game that looks just like the normal game (which was my guess because the colours seemed slight
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  14. I also came back after a 10 year hiatus. I think my last classic season was in 2010. A bunch of things contributed to me stopping, new job commitments, girlfriend, moving etc. And there was a bit of a lull in committed SNES players at that time. I played in the Vegas tournament in 2017 and got my ass kicked by the Vancouver guys. Came back to online play for the SoChel tourney and got my ass beat again so it motivated me to get back into playing some seasons. Like Dan says in the post, there’s been so many improvements in the last 10 years. Retroarch seems to be working a lot better than
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  15. I'm not an online player, the missus and I have foregone having kids, she is far from boring, I'm already skating, rapidly, towards forty and I've been playing '94, for around fifteen years. Only having found this community, less than, a week ago, I can safely say... I'm here for the long haul.
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  16. Hi All, A rom that I wanted to work on, for a while, is an update to the original/classic. A 1994 post trade deadline roster/playoffs edition, if you will. But, I also wanted it to have some of the look and feel of the original. It's important to note that some other folks have had a run at this concept rom, so I am not a pioneer. However, there are things that I wanted to do differently or, perhaps, be the first to do to the classic version. So, below is what you need to know about this rom. THE ROM * This is was created using WBOY’s 30 team rom. * It has the weight bug f
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