Reviews and Problems with Hot Shots Golf: World Invitational
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Fun game. Definitely recommended.
C. Palmer, Amazon
13 July 2015
Summary: I like this game since I don't have to feel like I need to block off a large chunk of time to play it. I can just pick up my Vita and play a game for 15-20 min if I want. Sometimes the lobby 'host' will say something like "you must be tired".
Summary: Hot Shots is a fun golf game that allows you to play several golf courses and advances as you achieve goals in your progress. The controls are are easy to understand the the game progresses at a good pace. Great addition to the Vita library.
Summary: This game keeps your stats, loads fast, and is a good alternative to Tiger woods despite the cartoon characters. But the good stops there. It doesn't deliver a realistic golf experience, I feel like the ball doesn't react as it should in some instances. Wind and weather effects are a plus.
Summary: This is a fun and addictive game. It is a great time waster while at the doctors office or other places that don't respect your time. I wish I had it while at the tag office the other day for my 2+ hour wait.
Summary: Very addicting animated style golf game. As realistic as an animated golf game can get, and though I prefer the Tiger Woods PGA series (not on the Vita yet :() this game was very much enjoyable.
Summary: Bought this game for a Christmas Gift for my family and they love it. This version is best seeing there is another one similar to it. They play it all the time ages range 6 - 30. Great to see they are all having fun with it.
Summary: it's ok. i hate the whole "unlocking process" let me explain. you have to beat the opponents then have to earn enough money/pts to unlock them and you need a lot of points to unlock everything: balls, clubs, characters, clothes...etc.
Summary: Its not all that good, not to mention its a golf game that came out as a launch title. I mean come on. I think it was 40 bucks at launch and there is not that much content, nor does it look like the dev/creator put much effort in it.