Reviews and Problems with Mario Golf: Toadstool Tour
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Value for money 8
Sound quality 10
Mario Golf is a must for Gamecube fans.
13 October 2014
Excerpt: After an entertaining entry on the Nintendo 64, Mario Golf Toadstool tour blasts onto the Gamecube. I decided that modern games are just tiresome nowadays as most are just seem to be a quest to get us to empty our pockets and as such I decided to build up my Gamecube collection and I got this on Amazon in near mint condition for under £15.
Pros: It's mario, easy enough to play at any age, tons of extra modes and great multiplayer .
Summary: I've been the Gameboy version of this game for sometime now and it therefore find it hard not to compare the two. The Gamecube version is fun, easy to learn and use by first-time users and provides some challenge for long term players. Unfortunately the gamecube game offers less depth when compared to the Gameboy version and it seems to bore quite fast as there is not really a story or progression in the game; not much can be unlocked and after awhile the game lacks to...
Excerpt: Mario I think gave Nintendo its prominent image and I like Mario very much. As a non-gulf player I never found this game that much interesting but on the other hand I got it because Mario games has been my priority and can never get any Nintendo console without getting Mario as my first game.
Pros: GREAT GRAPHICS, LOTS OF EXITEMENTS AND MAKES GULF GAME A REAL FUN .
Summary: Many people said it was unrealistic, and to be true it is, but thats what makes it a true mario game. The extensive modes will keep you amused for hours on end. It has everything from normal stroke play to the querky ring attack or speed golf. All put together with mario style graphics, this game makes for a great buy.
Excerpt: my kids and i just love this game. i didnt think mario golf could get any better than it was on the N64 but it has. The controls are a lot less complex than on the N64 version so my younger son age 5 finds it easy to play. the new courses are fantastic looking with chain chomp obstacles and warp pipes to make it easier to get those birdies and eagles.
Pros: fantastic game play and graphics . loads of fun .
Cons: some of the later holes are a little tricky .
Summary: i am a person who does not like gof at all, so i naturally thought not to buy this game, but a mate talked me into it, and i was supirsed to find myself actually enjoying this game. this is probably because it is not your average Golf game, this is Mario Golf, the exact opposite of what you would expect. in a tiger woods game, you would expect realism, but in this you get unrealism.
Summary: When I first heard of this game, I thought: What a bogus idea. But, after more research, I thought I'd give it a shot. When I first turned the machine on, there was a great intro and I tried it. But be warned: It is hard to get a feel for it! So, read the instructions (if you get it ) and then follow the lesson mode. For the rest: It's FUN! There are more then 12 different modes to play, and a lot of different secrets.
Excerpt: -Multiplayer: Yes! Up to 4 players can play. -Memory Card: Required to save data - 13 blocks required. -Gameboy Advance compatible. Mario Golf first arrived on the Nintendo 64. It was great (See my review on it if you are interested), and since then fans have been wondering if a new Mario Golf game was to appear. Well it finally has! Mario Golf, Toadstool Tour is set to amaze golf fans as well as computer game fans!