Super Blood Hockey

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Arcade sports gaming gets a shot of adrenaline in Super Blood Hockey, a violent homage to classic 8- and 16-bit ice hockey games. Customize your line-up and take to the ice, using fast-paced skills and bone-crunching brutality to dominate. 

Prove your hockey prowess in a deadly global tournament or against friends in 4-player local multiplayer. Build and manage your own squad in Franchise Mode. This is the ice hockey role-playing game you've been waiting for, with the right diet and performance enhancing drugs your team can be season champions!

Key Features:

  • Use superior skating, positioning, strategy and blood-splattering violence
  • Take on the world in a global tournament, where failure results in execution
  • Varied challenges and scenarios, including Turbo Mode and 12 vs 12 Mega Rumble
  • Paint the ice with the blood of your friends in 4-player local multiplayer
  • Franchise RPG Mode: Create, recruit and manage your own custom team of inmates in a futuristic world of dystopic blood sports
  • Enjoy the retro beats of an original soundtrack by chiptunist Shawn Daley

Platform : Nintendo Switch
Format : Cartridge
Publisher : Premium Edition Games
Authors : Loren Lemcke
Date : 2021
Product Code : 860005566105

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