The Dopefish

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The Dopefish last won the day on October 31 2019

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  • Birthday 02/03/1984

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  1. The game automatically tries to save after you complete a three-game series, and that's when it hangs, regardless of what you choose. At least, that's been my experience!
  2. Looking forward to 99OVR Sam Lafferty and Adam Johnson for the Penguins!
  3. It's my favorite time of year, and this ROM makes it even better!
  4. NHL '94 wishes it was as deep and editable as SWOS! That being said, what is so new and up-to-date about this version of SWOS? Looking at the rosters, are they just using the best single-season lineups of all-time?
  5. It's probably the emulator then, no worries.
  6. I went to play this ROM in OpenEmu (Mac emulator) and all of the players' names are blank! Is it also not playable in season mode?
  7. I would love to see this, but every time I go to play a season in Sports Talk Baseball it fails to get past the first save point.
  8. Besides NHL '94, '96 is probably my second-favorite 16-bit generation NHL games (that sounded too specific)
  9. I wonder if there's a way to prevent the puck from going out of play at all? Just for fun...
  10. Thank you as always skip and slapshot67, I am a big fan of your edits!
  11. I'm sorry to report that the ROM won't even start in OpenEmu (for MacOS). Not sure why!
  12. Back to the "losing friction" bug, I don't think I've had it happen as bad as I just did: I speed-bursted three times and I think I went halfway around the rink in one (real time) second!
  13. On this note, another quirk: when you take a hard enough shot in the top corner that the goalie initially saves but goes in.
  14. The bold one I didn't know about, and the italics I do (particularly the rebound one). I forgot to mention that once in a while a player will maintain his speed and handles oddly.
  15. I don't know if these have been discussed at all, but I'm curious to know what everyone else likes about NHL '94 that is kinda quirky! One that comes to mind is when you check someone into the boards just right and it sends the opponent flying off into the middle of the ice. Another one is when you have offsides on and you pass to a skater who is offside but still score a goal with a one timer; doesn't happen often but it's funny when it works! Anyone have some good quirks they want to share?