Tiger Woods, ...what happened? The worst game ever
Tommy Lee, Amazon
1 May 2006
Summary: I would like to start by saying that I have all of the Tiger Woods golf games that exist for the PS2. However, I would like to give this one back. I really have no idea why EA felt they needed to completely overhaul the game. Tiger Woods 05 was outstanding!
Summary: If you want this game for online play, forget it. It is basically unplayable online. Among many other flaws, the main problem is a long screen lag that makes timing the swing impossible. Swing timing is absolutely crucial to gameplay. Offline, the game is alright.
Summary: I just picked this game up because someone ordered it and never picked it up. I have to say, as a fan of 2001-2005 I am HIGHLY disappointed with this release!!! They changed everything that made the old games fun!!
Summary: I had a warm and fuzzy place in my heart for EA, as much as one can feel that way for a corporate entity. They'd always produced such a high-quality product in this series. Now, it seems, they've decided to just take the money and run.
Summary: TGW did a disservice by releasing this game. I have not bought a TGW since because they ruined a good thing, 2004 was good, 2005 was better and 2006 was supposed to be great, NOT. I put it on ebay in a week. Got all my money back ,sorry to the person who bought it.
Summary: I owned Tiger Woods 2006 for a grand total of three hours. It only took me ten minutes to figure out that the player graphics had regressed back to Gumby dolls. No muscle definition and the heads are way too small for the body.
Summary: I have been a major fan of all the EA Sports PS2 Tiger Woods golf games- until now. What the hell is going on! I can describe this new incarnation for the 2006 season very easily, crap, crap, CRAP!!!
Summary: I am in shock at how bad this game is. I have loved every Tiger game to come out in past years. The graphics got worse, the game play is pathetic, and the menus are just not user friendly. The new dual control only makes things frustrating.