Reviews and Problems with Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2002
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Great Golf Sim for Anyone
28 February 2004
Summary: When it comes to sports games, there are two camps--those who want a pure simulation game that is completely realistic, and those who want a pick-up-and-play arcade game with crazy moves and unrealistic physics.
Summary: While I currently own several PS2 games, and enjoy them, none have impressed me as a genuine leap forward when compared to previous platforms ... Tiger Woods 2002 comes closest to demonstrating the potential of PS2.
Best PS2 game but still needs a little fine tuning.
28 February 2004
Summary: This is the best PS2 game i have played. It is far cry better than the previous year's version. The player profile aspects are fabulous. Earning money in the various game modes is significant as the money is used to buy attributes which will help your golfer's improve.
Summary: Excellent graphics on Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2002... best visuals I've yet to see on a golf game on any system. Ocean surf pounding the rocks off Pebble Beach, beautiful desert buttes on Copper Canyon, birds chirping and flying by, trees sway one at a time as if a breeze is really touching them one by...
Summary: It doesn't look like much detail is really being addressed in these reviews so I will focus on the pros and cons in an attempt to really take a good look at the game. You may get the feeling I don't like the game when you get to the cons section but that is far from the truth.
Summary: There's alot of cool features in this game, and most of the other reviews covered them already. Definitely the most satisfying golf sim since the Sega Genesis days. Having said that, I'm really honked off that (a)the tournaments are 2 rounds instead of 4..
Summary: I am fairly new to the realm of PS2. Most of my game experience has been on the PC. I have spent many hours playing the series of Links games and EA's PGA Tour for the PC, which are really good golf simulation games. When TW 2002 came out, I had to try PS2's attempt at a golf game.
Summary: Rented last night, very addictive for a few reasons: a new swing method to learn, wins earn you points to improve areas of your golfer, wins allow you to unlock models of how your golfer looks.
Summary: I have never stepped foot on a golf course. I couldn't tell you all the rules and I don't watch it on TV. Why did I rent this game? I read some positive reviews and I figured this game could be played over and over without getting boring. It's all true. The game is very addicting.
Summary: This game was great until I finished all of the challenges and beat Tiger in the "ultimate challenge", it only took one day and now I'm thinking I should have rented it. It was fun while it lasted though.