Reviews and Problems with Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2003
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Tiger Woods goes on tour to the GameCube...
M. F. Light "lightbringer", amazon.co.uk
29 March 2003
Summary: This is a really good game, not only does it have cutting edge graphics, simple to master controls and the good idea of "Create-A-Golfer" but also great commentry, well better than some of the other football games... The graphics are really amazing, after you have played your shot you watch the ball fly in a tv style that is also in Fifa 2003. The controls are so easy that after the tutorial I was able to do a hole in one!!!
Summary: TW 2003 is an excellent golf simulation, let down by a couple of niggles. The analogue swing is very intuitive, and the range of extras (power, fade, draw, spin) are well handled by the controller. But it is when you get to putting that the game suffers badly. The entire putting experience lacks any of the kind of intuitive feel that the driving captures so well, and can only have been designed by different programmers.
Summary: Tiger Woods Golf game is a must for any PGA golf fans from the older generation consoles. The graphics are superb, utilising much of the cubes power from life like player animation to mist rolling across the links courses. The sound is great with commentary and the usual crowd cheers. The gameplay itself is the real plus point to this game using the analog directional up and down movement of the control stick to simulate the golf swing.
Summary: Straight to the point:- Visuals: Stunning! Pleasant and versant settings complemented by excellent player animation. Audio: Nice spot effects, only downfall is annoying squeal of "get in the hole". But come on now thats just picking hairs. Gameplay: Precise, well paced, rewarding and sublimely playable. Lifespan: Two player head to heads could keep you coming back for months.
Summary: I've played a few and this is up there with the best of them. It is quite similar to mario golf on the N64, which I thought was also very good, only with real golfers instead of Donkey Kong, Bowser and the like. There are plenty of different things to do on the game, from speed golf to 4 round tournaments at actual courses such as Pebble Beach, St. Andrew's or Royal Birkdale.
Summary: Bomberman Generation satisfies the gaming ambitions of the most seasoned gamer, providing a 2 dimension competitive 'blow-em-up' board game with along with a 3-dimension role-play. The blow-em-up game positions you as bomberman, alongside up to 3 other players on one of many different boards. By dropping bombs, collecting special gadgets and applying skill and devious, you plan to become the sole remaining player on the board.