Reviews and Problems with Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2003
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Value for money 10
Sound quality 10
Tiger does it again, a superb golf game on GameCube.
6 March 2015
Excerpt: I NOTICED THE COVER PICTURE IS FOR THE SIMS BUSTIN' OUT AND SO I HAVE PUT THE PROPER COVER IN THE IMAGES SECTION. My Purchase. Here is another game I bought using the vouchers I had earned for free online, this was a cheap game to buy anyway but it is all the better when you are not really spending...
Pros: Looks amazing, plays really well and has a nice tutorial .
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.
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.
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.
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.
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...
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.