Reviews and Problems with John Daly's ProStroke Golf
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7 February 2011
Summary: Game play with the Move Controller is very nice. The different strokes and complex setup is nice for seasoned golfers. The game does not teach you proper form but does allow for people with proper form to use it for game play.
Summary: I have a PS3 and a move controller and I own this game as well. This game is VERY problematic from the outset. When the game menu starts and you are useing the move controller to select the choices in the menu it is terrible. The marker does not want to hold steady for the choice you want to have.
Summary: I'm not going to write a unnecessarily long review. You can sum up this game as disappointing and poor move controls even though other reviews said otherwise. I took a gamble with this item, and lost.
Summary: The swinging motion with the Move controller is awesome! Any games with motion control should be inspired by the mechanics here. It's just that this games lacks polish. I just find myself going back to other golf games, simply because they are more polished.
Summary: This game is designed for PS3 Move, so you use a move controller, the only problem is that it's not easy to move through the menus. I always seem to end up playing the same character on one or two courses and usually give up before I get to the 8th hole so I wouldn't recommend it unless you like...
Summary: Being a golfer and reading the reviews, I ordered this game expecting a relatively accurate swing simulation and an enjoyable golf game. However, the game was virtually uncontrolable, and variations in my swing didn't seem to have any appreciable influence on the shot.
Summary: Die Steuerung mit den Move Controllern ist insgesammt zu fummelig. Die Buttons sind zu klein geraten und man ist ständig auf der Suche an welchem Bildschirmrand sich der Controller gerade befindet. Das Gameplay ist ok. Alles in Allem bin ich enttäuscht vom Game. Würde es mir nicht wieder kaufen.