NHL 14 vs NHL 15: 5 Key Differences

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  1. Rich
    08/11/2014

    Finally, will this put a stop to the no-talent glitters who have no skill and rely on game flaws to win? Will NHL 15 expose the cheating no talent scrubs with the new improvements or will it be the same song and dance where cheaters can exploit AI weaknesses and certain types of shot that go in when they stink and have no chance?

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    • Doug
      08/12/2014

      Someone’s a little bitter

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      • Brian
        08/12/2014

        sounds like someone is a not talent glitcher commenting about someone being bitter because they know its true??? I do think so

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      • Rich
        08/12/2014

        Yeah, Doug must be one of those cheap game flaw exploiting glitching scrubs feeling a little sensitive.

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  2. Chris
    08/12/2014

    Oh please. So many crybabies. There is not one online game mode where you can’t prevent your so called “flaws”. Sounds like you guys need to brush up on defense and stop blaming the game just because you don’t understand how to play it.

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  3. ryan
    08/12/2014

    Sounds like chris is right. The defense is where its at. Little baby kane cant skate circles when hes on his back

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  4. Rich
    08/14/2014

    I like how ^^Chris and ^Ryan pretend like they know what they are talking about. First of all, we all control forwards on a three man team, so defense is up to the AI. Second of all, it’s so easy to skate circles around the AI (literally) and without exploiting the “hold the A button algorithm rending me checkless/pokecheckless skating in your cheap circle , max your agility, make your guy 5’7″ when your not, 127 lbs when your not, pump up your balance, puck control, and strength, circle spinning go-in-the-slot toe drag opposite post glitch wrist shot” If you don’t acknowledge that, like the tons of other knowledgable hockey players do, then you are a non-fundamental having, only played hockey on a console, cheap, glitching, game-flaw exploiting scrub. Our team, unlike you and other glitching trash cans, play in our position. We don’t do the “mites-on-ice pile up in the corner to prevent the break-cheat” because we take what we learned from “actually” playing “real” hockey with coaches on high level teams, and bring it to the game. However, EA forgot to program that hockey in and only recognizes the “pattern memorizing, non creative, ugly, hideous, predictable, over used, non talent having, trashy glitch goals” that you score likes it’s ground hog day! Sit down and shut up you scrub!

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    • Luke
      08/14/2014

      Someone sounds really bitter. Like an Ovechkin-esque player who doesn’t backcheck. Did your “high-level” coaches remind you to do that, or were you too busy blaming your defence or goalies to listen?

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      • Rich
        08/14/2014

        Hey Luke, you STINK! YES, my “high-level” coaches taught me back checking was more important then scoring a fancy goal. The problem isn’t a back checking issue, it’s an AI “doesn’t do anything at all except skate itself into a corner and wait for a cheap glitchier,” such as yourself, to come take the puck because “ice tilt” comes to the rescue like “welfare” for lazy untalented people, and provides “handouts” in the form of wins. In other words, what I’m saying is…”ice tilt,” a built in cheat engine for no-talent scrubs such as yourself, steals wins and redistributes them to losers like you, “EA Welfare,” because it thinks me being good and earning a high overall by getting a legend 3 card is unfair, so to level the rink, it keeps…”no-talent, all fundamental lacking, console hockey strategizing, game flaw exploiting, taking advantage of every in game glitch scrub” like you in games you don’t deserve to be in, even when you are getting your face smeared up and down the rink. You wouldn’t know hockey if you got ran over by a zambonie after a “real” fan decked you in the face and threw you over the glass onto the rink in the 3rd period of the Stanley Cup finals for the team you are a “band-wagon” fan of you “glitch” defender, which eludes to me what I stated in the first place…you STINK “you stale, baking-in-the-sun-all-day, full-of-hot-steaming-terds from worthless Canadians, TRASH CAN!

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      • Chris
        08/18/2014

        What a moron. The AI is stupid, what a shocker. The solution… don’t play all three forwards. Defense wins games. I’ve played the game all my life, it seems that you owe thanks to your “high-level” coaches for not booting a know-nothing like yourself from the team. I would love to play you on the ice… I love crybabies who whine about things that are under their control and yet don’t have the talent necessary to do anything about it. Go crawl back under your bridge and stop embarrassing yourself.

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  5. Aug26Handy
    08/15/2014

    Well this is a video game and not real hockey. So the majority of real hockey goes out the window and you play to defend the glitches. If you dont like people exploiting the AI defense then go recruit some human defense and play 5-6s. Then you might run into some “real” hockey.

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  6. Y_U_MAD_DOE_613
    08/30/2014

    I donno i feel like when i see someone attempt a glitch it makes it easier to defend because u know what hes gonna try everytime coming down the ice. If ur defense is poo glitcher or not u will get scored on

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