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  1. Roller hockey, inline hockey, skater hockey, and street hockey. some considered these variation, the flashy and extreme sports cousin alternative of hockey, one that plays with a ball, played on rollerskates mostly inlines, sometimes played indoors rinks and facilities and outdoors where there is space to fit in a rink, sometimes have unique uniform designs then solid color or solid white unis, also can have rule difference but still play like its hockey counterpart. If people consider Ice hockey (mainly the nhl) was considered the WWE on ice then roller hockey would be its ECW or AEW on roller-skates counterpart (with street hockey being backyard). in video games, there is 54 ice hockey video game titles as of today. So why hasn't roller hockey had a game? well there are some here starting with RHI Roller Hockey '95 on the SNES This game was created by Radical Entertainment's and was officially licensed by Roller Hockey International with use of its teams and players of the 1995 season, RHI Roller Hockey '95 was cancelled and never released, despite that it was in a near finished state, it was pretty much a reskinned version of Radical's Brett Hull Hockey games. Then pigging backing along in the year 1995 and snes roller hockey games is GTE infamous attempt at a roller hockey: Street Hockey'95 for the snes So how can a street roller hockey game with a no-holds barred rules gameplay of NBA jam (or NHL open ice or hit the ice) mixed WWF Wrestlemania, streetwise lingo and trash talking roller hockey players with different designs, unique urban hockey rinks with ramps and obstacles and hazards, and 5 game modes with different scoring and handicap have a infamous rep? Some people say its the 90s cheesiness of the games presentation or others say its the box cover art, but I think we can evaluate any game in a vacuum regardless of its presentation and cover, However the justification lies in the jerky player movements and slow reactions as its issues. Speaking of street hockey did you know the uk over seas used to call roller hockey inline hockey, skater hockey, or even street hockey in certain years back in the day? Infact, the sport was popular in Britain during those years, the had a televised street Hockey Nationals games of the week on Channel 4, featured in commercials and tv shows like blue peter and you bet, and documentary that cover sport. but also in 1990 had its own licensed game on the amiga The execution is a convoluted result, while game seem to have some sort of rpg and management element to it, the hockey gameplay take place with 2d sprite players and a 3d playing field, that is primitive compared to another infamous hockey title that came out of 1993, NHL Stanley Cup on the snes which used SNES's Mode 7 hardware. on top of that the game backdropped in the American city of New York rather then Britain just makes Gonzo Games feel incredibly out of touch with the BSHA and miss certain details of uk street hockey. These are the only roller hockey video games i know of, i leave out MMO roller hockey games because that was talked about in a previous forum and also left out Backyard hockey and NHL hitz pro that have roller or street hockey modes, they are simply modes not necessary full blown standalone games. and with how niche the market is on the variation of roller hockey, there won't be a video game of roller hockey for a while.
  2. Hi all! I am new to the community, I have been registered for a couple of months although I have known this website for several years! I admire the work they do and the passion they have for this game. I discovered this game in 2005 when I had my SNES. In fact, with that cartridge I learned the rules of the game and became a fan of this sport (I love Flyers). Unfortunately here in Buenos Aires, Argentina, ice hockey is not popular, so much so that the only rink that exists in the country is in the southernmost city we have, Usuahía. But a couple of years ago I discovered by chance that Roller Hockey (Inline Hockey) is played in my city, so I decided to do a edited game with this league! I taken as base the game Ball Hockey from user TheTome. (love the grey rink he maked) and i edit all the teams, logos, rosters, uniforms and split screens. (the choice of the 3 stars of the match is imprecise, despite the fact that it is patched and I can't edit the title screen credits. If anyone knows how to modify them with TM, tell me, thanks!) LARH (Liga Argentina de Roller Hockey in spanish or Argentinian Roller Hockey League in English) It is a league divided into sub-divisions and into male and female categories. Made up of clubs and small "franchises". Obviously taking advantage of the great slot of teams that the game admits, I gathered a lot of teams in a single space. A curious detail, although there is a women's league, many men's teams are mixed, have female players and even in the men's league there is a team made up only of women (Metropolis). Maybe this will happen in other leagues, I don't know, but it caught my attention. Features: - 29 Teams of Men League (Elite, A, B and C leagues) - 1 Team of Women League (Punchers, last champion of the league) - The orange ball is replaced by an orange puck - 4 on 4 teams Download: LARH 23.bin Images:
  3. Fellow NHL95 enthusiasts. Im looking to do something different for NHL95 and was wondering your thoughts of bring Roller Hockey to NHL95. There are plenty of teams to fill 34 slots and the rosters are of players back in the mid-90s. Will play with the ice to make it different and maybe update the puck to a ball.
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