Reviews and Problems with Tiger Woods PGA Tour 12: The Masters
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el general, Amazon
11 November 2013
Summary: This is a terrible game. First during the extra long load times between holes they play this sleep inducing music, then you get to hear Jim Nantz in his fake homespun insipidness. The game play is average except for putting which is completely unrealistic and gets frustrating. Caddy feature is a worthless gimmick that adds nothing to the game. Beyond all of the above this game is boring. It is really uninspiring and dull.
Summary: I needed another copy of this game and was determined to find one, I absolutely love it, hours and hours of endless fun and some curses too :), Fantastic graphics and sound , Thank you Amazon for helping me source this game
Summary: The bundle was a great way to save some money. The eye and the move controller with this price alone is a great deal for under $50 which I was lucky enough to find. But with the TW Masters 2012 included, made it all the better. I've been playing EA Sports' PGA Tour golf since 1995 when it was it was ran on Windows 95. So I've had my experience with golf games. 2012 is great, but not the best. I give it a 5 star rating because of the the deal with this bundle.
Summary: I've been playing video games on home gaming systems of all sorts since the Atari 2600 in the very late 70's, and never did I imagine that anybody would put out a game where you only get HALF the levels for your money, and in order to play the full game you have to spend a lot more. I can't conceive of playing a game such as Call of Duty for example, and when you complete a level in the single player game it asks you if you want to buy the next level or just skip it.
Summary: I wanted to give this game 3 1/2 stars. It's fun to play and the new tempo-based swing is a great addition, but there are many glitches and some poor design decisions. No drops from hazards, no play offs in tied tournaments, flimsy stats etc. Still the best in the series though.
Summary: What I like about the 2012 edition of Tiger Woods is that you can make it as easy or as challenging as you want. When you take off the "training wheels", beating par becomes a real effort, particularly with difficult pin placements. The graphics, while not quite photo-realistic, are very good. The Augusta National course is captured at the peak of its springtime beauty, with the azaleas and dogwoods in full bloom.