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Hot Shots Golf: Open Tee
30 September 2006
Excerpt: Hot Shots Golf is a series of games that has always delivered both style and substance. Quality over quantity is the mantra that it follows, and to good effect. Hot Shots Golf: Open Tee portrays the world of golf in comically bright colors with a memorable cast of clichés and caricatures, as did its predecessors. This game is not only akin to its console cousins in terms of gameplay, but also in terms of graphics.
Excerpt: Many people would consider golf a boring sport.
Some people might not consider it a sport. I consider it more of a test
of will to get a small, dimpled ball into a hole from over 250 yards
out with a club. Here comes Hot Shots Golf for your PSP, a very
Japanese version of the game with anime bobble heads, the ability to
hit the ball over mountains, and a weird sense of humor.
Excerpt: The Hot Shots Golf series hasn't changed much since it began on the PlayStation. It's always borderline between over-the-top and simulation, offering deep gameplay with a lighthearted side. Clap Hanz recently put out the fourth edition on the PlayStation 2, and they've done a wonderful job porting the gameplay to the Sony PSP. Hot Shots Golf: Open Tee isn't too much or too little for a nice handheld title; it's just right.
Conclusion: Hot Shots Golf: Open Tee is one hell of an addictive golfing game. If you played any of it’s incarnations on the PS2, you will know what to expect here. If you never had a chance to play the PS2 version, then this is a great opportunity to jump into a great golfing series. It has all the best features from the PS2 version with the ability to play on the move. You also get a hell of a lot of game for your money, you won’t be finishing this in one weekend that’s for sure.