Summary: Hot on the heels of the PS3 debut of the Hot Shots Golf series ( Hot Shots Golf: Out of Bounds ) comes the newest incarnation, this time on the PSP. Hot Shots Golf: Open Tee 2 takes the game PSP owners have enjoyed since it was released over three years ago, and builds upon it with many new...
Summary: Hot Shots Open Tee 2 feels very similar to just about any other Hot Shots game, but that's not a bad thing at all, assuming you're already a fan. The gameplay is very fun yet challenging, some of the quirky characters and courses are still enjoyable, and the varying game modes always offer you...
Pros: Fun and surprisingly realistic gameplay., Deep character customization., Nice looking courses.
Cons: Annoying caddy and player voices., Some courses are downright sillly., Slight lack of game modes.
Excerpt: fan. Luckily, there's a pretty good reason for all the love I have for the series: it's friggin' awesome. It seems no matter the platform, no matter the tech, longtime series developer Clap Hanz never seems to get tired of going back to the virtual links and it shows; Much of that comes down to the...
Excerpt: If you don’t count wrestling, the only sport I have any remote interest in is football. (I mean REAL football, not that soccer crap.) So it might come as a surprise that I’m in love with the Hot Shots Golf series.
Excerpt: One standout title from the lean days of the PSP launch was Hot Shots Open Tee, the portable version of the long-running fantasy golf series from Sony. The title took a casual approach to the sport without skimping on deep, rewarding gameplay.
Excerpt: Hot Shots Golf: Open Tee 2's core swing mechanic remains largely unchanged. Even though Clap Hanz decided to change the shot mode for the PlayStation 3 version of the game, they kept the PSP version identical to its predecessor; a wise decision in my opinion.
Pros: Tons of Unlockables, Addicting Gameplay, Nice Graphics, Online Play
Cons: Might be a little to much of the same for Hot Shots Golf: Open Tee 1 fans.