Reviews and Problems with Everybody's Golf: World Tour
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Everybody's Golf: World Tour
8 June 2012
Excerpt: Golf is a very serious sport and seems to be only fit for the more elite of human beings. With Everybody’s Golf: World Tour the contrary is proven by combining the more serious work with some comedy.
Excerpt: Before Tiger Woods came along, golf was very different, and so were golf games. They didn't need to have every course on the PGA Tour and all the top names in order to be fun, and Everybody's Golf: World Tour on the PS3 certainly harks back to the good old days.
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Summary: Living in modern society, it seems almost impossible to remember a world without Angry Birds in it. Those little guys have infiltrated so many aspects of modern tech culture that almost everyone you speak to (gamer or otherwise) has played one of these games on one platform or another.
Pros: Great upgraded Visuals, Great Control system, Definitive Angry Birds Experience
Cons: Structure not suited to home consoles, Way too expensive, Terrible Kinect controls
Conclusion: Over all Everybody’s Golf is a great alternative to Tiger Woods. Easy to pick up and play, looks and plays great. It’s just a shame there isn’t more choice out of the box and voice chat online.
Pros: Great looks, Easy to get into and always fun
Cons: No online voice chat, Only one course and a couple of characters to choose from at the start