Summary: I have been a fan of Pangya since I found the MMO. Unfortunately the online game had many draw backs, mainly the sheer volume of people who use bots and sell items for astronomical amounts of pang. When I learned about the hand held version I immediately ordered it and I have not looked back since. Much like the MMO, you have to earn Pang to purchase new items. Unlike the mmo, your characters come free as you play through story mode, and nothing requires IRL money.
Summary: I am a huge fan of golf games, but I am also a huge fan of anime and manga. This game created in Korea features anime style art and fantastical and whimsical golf courses. I like these games because you can use the free play modes to just play golf without worying about beating your opponent. My other favorite golf games are the Tiger Woods PGA tour games which are also extreamly fun and give you a selction of courses to play in the free play option.
Summary: my first impression with this game was " great its another golf game just like Lets Golf ",, but its not, it has a story line.. if you play it in story mode, and you can play with other too in multiply player mode too. the controls are hard to get used to at first, but once you got them down, you can play for hours and not mess up a swing..LOL. The graphics are great, the music is fun, and the over all game play is easy and fun to play over and over.
Golf Is Alive (impressions after almost 9 hours of gameplay)
Hope this helps "help", Amazon
29 July 2009
Summary: So, just to give you a little bit of where I'm coming from...I never was really fond of golf (and especially golf video games - I have tried some over the years). Also, the main reason I got this was because I heard it had a storyline...and such a "contradiction" ("golf game" and "story") I couldn't pass up...and the trailer further sparked my interest. Plus, it was inexpensive here on Amazon.