Excerpt: I feel like I've written this review numerous times already. Such is the way with the Tiger Woods series that the vast majority of the game remains the same year after year. It's not necessarily a bad thing, considering EA has completely dominated the genre in terms of quality and sales for quite...
Conclusion: Is Tiger Woods PGA Tour 10 the premiere golfing game of 2009? The answer is a resounding yes, but only because the sport doesn’t have many options in the simulation genre. If you’re still playing Tiger Woods PGA Tour 09 and want an upgrade in the online options, Tiger Woods 10 is a viable option due...
Conclusion: your shots and where the ball lies, takes much, much longer. The putting mechanics, in particular, make shots on the green turn into an exercise in careful planning that lasted upwards of five minutes for me, depending on where I was hitting the ball from.
Excerpt: It's been a craptastic month for golfers and fans of the US Open, as the Bethpage, NY venue was getting rained out each and every day all thanks to the amazingly awful weather this wonderful state, and the Northern East overall, has been enduring.
Excerpt: Tiger Woods PGA Tour '10 for PS3 brings some pretty cool new features to the Tiger Woods series, plus most of the goodies you've seen before. Even some extra goodies if you're sucker enough to pay for them.
Conclusion: Switching among Tiger 10's four difficulty modes doesn't impact which tees you play from or the inconsistent AI of the pro players. Rather, it determines how forgiving the controls are and which player aids you get to use.
Pros: Features 16 of the world's best golf courses, Four difficulty levels that cater to everyone, Lots of different online and offline modes, Great controls, especially the new precision putting.
Cons: Commentary is so bad you'll almost certainly mute it, Not all difficulty levels are supported online.