Summary: If you like Hot Shots golf then you'll like this game no doubt. If you're of the aforementioned camp AND you like anime then you should definitely buy this game. This is a solid golf game and a lot of fun to play. It has story elements incorporated into it as well as unlockables.
Summary: The Good: Charming characters, intriguing story, simple controls The Bad: Customization is ultimately useless, takes awhile to unlock most courses, sub-par graphics A long time ago, in a parallel dimension to Earth, there was a magical island-world known simply as Pangya.
Summary: One thing I've always liked about the PSP is that it has no shortage of import-type (and sometimes just plain weird) games in its library. Pangya: Fantasy Golf is one such game, offering some fun golf gameplay with an anime-style presentation.
Summary: Pangya is a fun game, with "game" controls that are easy to learn and master. Using the story mode I was able to unlock the players and the game story was not that bad. If you liked "hot shots" golf games, you will enjoy this game.
A. A. Avalos "Veteran Sergeant of Marines", Amazon
2 March 2010
Summary: It's an RPG Golf game, with endless upgrades for your character and equipment, you'll play long and wide to obtain the edge against your opponents. On-line and wireless play challenges your skills via others. Who will win? Who has the coolest or hottest looking character?
Summary: I always wanted to play a nice, casual game for my PSP, and once I saw this game for PSP, I gave this game a swing at it. At first glance, it looks like a anime-styled golf game. As I started playing it, I started to enjoy it's playful anime-style golf.
Summary: I bought it already being a Pangya fan, so I will say I already knew how the gameplay works going into it and didn't have any trouble at all beating the early opponents. I understand that new players often have a tough time getting through, which could be a source of frustration (it certainly was...
It's single player PangYa ... what more do you want?
Glory Questor, Amazon
7 August 2009
Summary: Having played the PC MMO version since Season 2, I had always wanted to get a version that allowed me to just go through the game without needing anyone to play with. It's been one of the biggest problems with the PC version -- that you can't really go through tournaments or versus mode just by...