Summary: A solid game that definitely has an audience. Might lack replay value, could be too short or there are some hard-to-ignore faults, but the experience is fun. How we score: The Destructoid Reviews Guide
Excerpt: Despite recent controversies from both parties EA and Tiger Woods are back for another year with Tiger Woods PGA Tour ’14. It’s another year for the franchise and once again there is quite a beefy list of additions and alterations included, but do they make playing a round of golf from your couch...
Conclusion: The most damning thing to say about Tiger Woods 2014 is that it gives you no reason to upgrade from prior versions. With a bevy of overpriced DLC and scaled back modes there isn't a whole lot to recommend in this entry compared to earlier ones.
Excerpt: I looked over my review for Tiger Woods ’13 and the first sentence started out like this: “It’s somewhat fitting that Tiger Woods would win his 72nd PGA tour event a mere 48 hours before his new game hit the shelves, isn’t it?
Excerpt: The transformation that the Tiger Woods franchise has gone through this generation--not unlike that of the man himself--is astounding. What started as a slick-looking arcade-style golf game with simple mechanics has evolved into a meticulously designed labor of love that focuses on the best of the...
Pros: Best swing mechanics yet, Legends mode is welcome, All four majors present
Cons: So much DLC, Newcomers must practice!, Mediocre presentation
Conclusion: Concept: Change out Tiger’s history lesson for an overview of golf itself, and add more online features
Graphics: The clouds and changes of day (including night golfing) look great
Sound: Jim Nantz’s intros for the historic Legends of the Majors challenges are cool to hear
Playability: Changing your...