Summary: I purchased this game because I was missing a Tiger Wood's game in my collection. It's ok, nothing special. I was used to playing Tiger Woods 10, and found that this one is a bit harder than the previous game. It requires a lot of time and games completed to become competitive.
Summary: If you've played one Tiger Woods game, you've pretty much played them all. I haven't purchased a Tiger Woods game since 2006 but aside from better graphics, online play, and the Playstation Move integration, not much has changed. In my opinion, the game has actually gotten worse in a couple areas.
Good game for the golfer in your life, despite diffuculties with controls.
9 August 2011
Summary: I purchased this product to use with the PS3 Move. I was disappointed to find if you have to download updates in order for the game to work with the Move. This can be frustrating if you happen to have an older PS3 without internal router.
Summary: First of all - if you want to play this game online, do not buy a used copy unless the online pass is included and unused, otherwise EA will attempt to charge you $9.99 for the "luxury" of playing online. Also, there's a bunch of DLC that they will try to nickle-and-dime you for.
Summary: I love the TW series and play them all from beginning to finish as well as online in casual and tournament play. 11 lives up to my expectations just as 10 did. I like the new EXP system vs. in-game cash. Otherwise this is the same game with a Ryder Cup option.
Summary: I've lightened up on the negatives on this game over time. I play the game on pro difficulty which means selective putt previews. The focus feature forces some additional strategy. I like the way approach shots sort of float in the air adding some drama.
Summary: TW11 has many aggravating problems and issues, most of which have been listed in the reviews on this site. Some actually bring me to the point of anger. Despite all of these problems I love to play it but these problems with the game keep me from rating it higher than three stars.