Reviews and Problems with Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2001
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Prompt delivery with zero issues.
Johnny B., Amazon
25 November 2013
Summary: This was purchased as a gift. I do not own or use a gaming console. The item was received in a timely manner and the recipient was pleased with the gift- about all I can tell you about the item.
Summary: This is a good game it has three golf courses pebble beach, poopy hills and spyglass hill there are so many ways to hit the ball its so good. You can play 6 different kinds of shots, and it has greatg graghics. there are about 5 or 6 diff. types of games - skins, match, tourny, stroke, practice, and play now mode which is a random games that the computer picks.
Summary: After thoroughly enjoying some of EA's other sport titles, Tiger Woods golf left me completely unimpressed and disappointed. The well-captured motion of Tiger is the only plus in this game, as the other features of the game remained below par: - graphics of the courses did not fully utilize PS2 capabilities and are easily beaten by the PS1 version from last year - accuracy of play in terms of predictable distance and ballflight is lacking, even though the analog stick...
Summary: Ever since the introduction of the Playstation to the world of video gaming, I've been searching for a console golf game that would rival the fun and satisfaction I had playing PGA Golf II and III for the old Sega Genesis. Sad to say I've been greatly disappointed thus far. Tiger Woods golf for the PS2 is pretty solid. This was my first foray into the 'Tiger Woods' series of golf and I have to say I was somewhat surprised.
Summary: One thing that has been overlooked by most reviewers is the speed of play. This game is fast. Even with the 8 to 10 second load time each hole, I can still play 18 holes in 20 min. This makes the game very addicting. Things to fix on TW2002: 1. Green grids when you are not on the fringe. 2. Hole overviews that actually show you a usefull view. 3. More stats. Stats add to replay value.
Summary: 3 courses...thats all. Not enough options for OTHER golfers. I played the Tiger Pga for PS1, and I like that one. But this one was just not enough for me. The fact that I was REQUIRED to use the analog didnt appeal to me. I prefer to use the X button to hit the ball. The graphics were great, but in the end I was very disappointed.
Summary: I have been playing EA GOLF since the SEGA GENISIS. EA SPORTS has forgotten that graphics are nice but quickly get old. Game play is what makes a game as fun again and again. Here is a list of the problems. 1. you should have the option of using the buttons instead of the analog stick 2. not enough courses to choose from 3. in general using the analog joysticks doesn't work 4. for whatever reason you chunk pitch shots unless right on the green 5.
Summary: Well, I read the mixed reviews on this game and decided to buy it anyway. I was scared to purchase it because the last game I had gotten was NBA Live 2001 and I didn't want another mess such as that. But when I began playing this game I realized that the good aspects completely outweigh the bad. The controls are great. The graphics are great. The courses are perfect matches of the real ones. The game is basically a ton of fun.
Summary: The best golf game i ever played. Graphics were good. There just wasn't anyone else for me to play against that made it a challenge. 3 courses and a bunch of different modes kept me busy for a while. My biggest complaint is noise. Not enough. Unless there's someone else in the room talking, it can get errily quiet. The only other thing was i thought it was to easy to control ball flight, and it didn't present much of a challenge. Still worth the money though.
Summary: What a wonderful game! Has a great "swing" feel utilizing the Analog controls (once you get the hang of it). The swing adjust option makes a world of difference. For a more "Pro" feel, turn off the "flight control" (Pro mode). What this game NEEDS: more courses, more players, deeper stats, faster refresh rate, finer anti-aliasing - next version...