Summary: I like the PS Move controls more than the standard but even then it’s a love/hate relationship at best and many, many holes will be restarted. That removes a lot of the fun from the game. With tighter controls this could be a stellar title.
Excerpt: I'm a big fan of Zen Pinball . I love the idea of taking a well-known game to places its never been to. So, when I heard that Zen Studios was developing Planet MiniGolf , I was immediately intrigued.
Conclusion: Planet Minigolf was well received by many gamers when it first launched, and it really has only gotten better since then thanks to tweaks and the addition of Move support. If you're looking for a casual arcade golf game on the Move, give this one a serious look.
Excerpt: Planet Minigolf has set out the fill the void of the mysteriously absent golf game that should have been part of the Sports Champions disc included with the Playstation Move. The game was released before the Move was available to the public, but a free update along with a paid set of new holes make...
Conclusion: Though a little late to the party, Planet Minigolf is an enjoyable experience to be had whether you are heavily into the golf/minigolf culture or simply looking for a title to help direct your creative juices a flowing.
Summary: Few activities bring up strong feelings of nostalgia like mini golf. Whether it’s a simple course or a miniature mountain, it’s pure and simple fun. Zen Studios has brought the light-hearted sport to the PS3 in budget-priced PSN title, Planet Minigolf.
Summary: There aren't many games that can count pirate ships, Mayan ruins, and the streets of London among their gameplay environments. Nor are there many games that, for just $9.99, afford you access to creation and sharing options comparable to those in the likes of Little Big Planet and ModNation Racers .
Pros: Loads of fun and varied holes included, Easy-to-use creation and sharing tools, Three different control setups to choose from, Mostly believable physics
Cons: Toughest holes can be incredibly frustrating
Excerpt: Let’s face it, professional golf is about as fun as sticking cocktail sticks into your japseye. How do I know that? Let’s not go there, but let’s just assume that watching the PGA tour isn’t that much fun.