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Yah Mo Play: Blades of Steel: VS Part 2: Minnesota vs. Los Angeles

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Published on Nov 8, 2012

MechaShiva and Laughingboy play some more Hockey and shit.

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From the Wiki:

Blades of Steel, released in Japan as Konami Ice Hockey, is an ice hockey video game released by Konami for the arcade in 1987, and ported to the Nintendo Entertainment System in 1988. All teams are fictional but based out of real Canadian and American cities.

At the beginning of the game, players can select either "Exhibition" or "Tournament" matches. An exhibition match is just one game played against either the computer or another player. Tournament matches are similar to the NHL playoffs. It starts out as one team of the player's choice going against other teams in a playoff style tournament. The team that is successful in beating all of the opposing teams is awarded the Cup.

Fighting in the game occurs whenever two players bump into each other three times in a row without hitting another player. The fight screen appears and the gamers take control of their players. The loser is given the penalty and sent to the penalty box

If the score is tied at the end of the game, a shoot out is used to determine the winner. Each team gets five shots. The team with the most goals after five shots is the winner. If, after that, the game is still tied, each team keeps getting one more shot until a winner is determined.

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