Olympic Hockey Nagano '98

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Olympic Hockey Nagano '98
Developer(s)Treyarch
Atari Games (engine)
Publisher(s)Midway
Platform(s)Nintendo 64
ReleaseNA February 23, 1998
EU April 1998
JP July 16, 1998
Genre(s)Sports
Mode(s)Single-player, multiplayer

Olympic Hockey Nagano '98 is an ice hockey game for the Nintendo 64. It was released in 1998. It is a re-release of Wayne Gretzky's 3D Hockey, but not endorsed by Wayne Gretzky.

This game has the license for the 1998 Winter Olympics that were in Nagano, Japan. The game is very similar to Wayne Gretzky's 3D Hockey. The only real differences are the box art, in-game titles, and some minor graphic changes (such as team logos and colors).[1]

Features[change | change source]

  • Wayne Gretzky game engine
  • Officially-licensed Olympic and NHLPA players
  • Improved AI
  • Player defections
  • A choice of play modes
  • Olympic size rinks
  • Aberrations[2]

Teams[change | change source]

Western Conference Eastern Conference
West Division North Division South Division East Division Central Division West Division North Division South Division East Division Central Division
United States USA (USA) Cuba Cuba (CUB) Venezuela Venezuela (VEN) Germany Germany (GER) Belarus Belarus (BEL) Slovakia Slovakia (SLO) Senegal Senegal (SEN) Finland Finland (FIN) India India (IND) China China (CHI)
Canada Canada (CAN) Panama Panama (PAN) Colombia Colombia (COL) Netherlands Holland (HOL) Czech Republic Czech Rep. (CZE) Sweden Sweden (SWE) South Africa Africa (AFR) Turkey Turkey (TUR) Saudi Arabia Saudi (SAU) Chinese Taipei C. Taipei (CTP)
Mexico Mexico (MEX) Puerto Rico Puerto R. (PUE) Peru Peru (PER) Spain Spain (SPA) Austria Austria (AUS) Iceland Iceland (ICE) Kazakhstan Kazakhstan (KAZ) Egypt Egypt (EGY) United Arab Emirates Arab (ARA) Hong Kong Hong Kong (HON)
Jamaica Jamaica (JAM) Brazil Brazil (BRA) Italy Italy (ITA) United Kingdom England (ENG) Russia Russia (RUS) Switzerland Swiss (SWI) Kenya Kenya (KEN) Mongolia Mongolia (MON) Japan Japan (JPN) Republic of China Taiwan (TAI)
Dominican Republic Dominican (DOM) Argentina Argentina (ARG) France France (FRA) Republic of Ireland Ireland (IRE) Ukraine Ukraine (UKR) Latvia Latvia (LAT) Cameroon Cameroon (CAM) Thailand Thailand (THA) South Korea Korea (KOR) Australia Australia (AUS)

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