Conclusion: Concept: A traditional Japanese style golf game that adds a unique, anime-style story mode to the Hot Shots template
Graphics: Crisp visuals complement the oddball character models and courses
Sound: Not memorable in any way
Playability: While the classic three-click swing mechanics seems dated in...
Excerpt: A great crisis once befell the isle of Pangya. By drilling holes deep into the ground, nefarious wizards drained the island's life force, casting Pangya into a dark era of doom and despair! A hero arrived from another dimension -- a land called Earth -- to end the vile sorcerors' wicked ambition.
Excerpt: While many people might not realize it, Korean developers treat the Sony PSP right. It wasn’t until this year that U.S. gamers could share on some of the gems on the system with the release of DJ Max FEVER and now, TOMY has bestowed domestic gamers with a version of NTREEV Soft’s long-running Pangya...
Excerpt: The Fantasy Golf label on PANGYA: Fantasy Golf means the gloves are off when it comes to visual design. Drab greens are replaced by pinks, purples, and even a level filled with flowing lava and volcanic ash.
Conclusion: The one thing that sets Pangya apart from its peers, are its wonderful story and charming characters. Within each episode of the three available chapters, you can play ten characters and they each have their own unique story.
Summary: Pangya hits the PSP with little in the way of differentiation from previous versions. The new Story mode is more of a drag than a highlight, as you must repeat each episode with multiple characters before you can continue.
Summary: Pangya: Fantasy Golf features beautifully rendered fantasy golf courses, thousands of character and equipment customization options and 18 playable characters, thrusting players into a world of golf gameplay filled with beauty and unlimited imagination.
Excerpt: A fine day for golf Pangya. Profile of a playable character named Danion: A white-scaled, lean-muscled, winged dragon humanoid with pastel blue tribal tattoos, light black armor bound to its legs, waist, and mouth, and a metal axe which he uses as a substitute for a driver.
Pros: Casual, well-produced golf title, At least 30+ hours of gameplay, MMO-styled progression and items, Cheerful and whimsical, Some almost impossible-to-birdie holes, Erratic AI for tournaments, No online multiplayer (aside from ad-hoc)