Summary: I like this game but it drives my partner mad as you have to play so many games to open up the various courses. I am quite happy to do this but my partner lacks a little patience and just wants to get on with playing a round of golf. Depends on the individual I suppose!
Summary: This is a great fun golf game featuring cutsey anime characters and simple controls. By all means go sim style and get tigger woods but if you want a light hearted golf game that is easy to play but difficult to master get this. It doesn't take itself seriously and you rank up as you progress. Graphics are not great but perfectly acceptable as is the sound. Just stick a CD on and relax.
Summary: Having played the PSP versions , I downloaded the free demo from the Playstation site and suitably impressed I sent off for it and was pleased I did. It makes a nice change from the Killzone 3 / Black Ops frantic gameplay. As this is now an "older" game it did take a while for the online updates to load ( typical of any older PS3 game ) so I could go online , the site was cute but it did'nt explain how to get a quick game going.
Summary: Playing this game is something special. From the moment that you know that it's not that easy to find it, you know you've got something special in your hands. Moreover, it's become kind of a cult game! And the gameplay, wonderful, with a fantastic learning curve and a rewarding experience eventually. The online is cboth challenging and difficult and people in the game are really nice. Play it now! you won't repent!
Excerpt: "I'm in a bit of a pickle right now, as I recently rated EA's newest Tiger Woods title for the Wii and called it the best golf game available, but soon after pressing the submit button I remembered this little beaut of a game for the PS3 and couldn't decide whether I was correct in saying that of the Tiger Woods game. Comparing the two is a little like comparing a digestive to a Jaffa cake, they're both round and both look like biscuits, but, I am ...
Pros: Fun and relaxing to play, yet still challenging