Excerpt: Somebody needs to put ProStroke Golf and Hot Shots Golf together in a spoof on the PC/Mac ads that Apple created. For all the good things I can say about ProStroke Golf , there is no denying that it comes across like the dour, practical cousin of Hot Shots and other fantasy-fun golf games. From the window dressing of real pros on real courses, it is easy to say that ProStroke Golf appeals to the golfer looking for more of a simulated experience.
Conclusion: . I have really grown to like how Tiger plays out and "World Tour 2007" just doesn't have the same feeling. Despite, it still has enough punch and controls that don't necessarily feel natural, but do provide more fine-grain control. In the end, is a decent game that is worth renting for the hardcore golf gamers who need their fix for on-the-go-gaming. But again, be prepared for it not being nearly as fun or engaging as Tiger.
Excerpt: ProStroke Golf comes to the PSP to take on the dominant golf title on the system, Tiger Woods PGA Tour 07. If you’re going to go up against Tiger Woods, then you better bring your best game with you. Unfortunately ProStroke Golf arrives with less than an “A” game. It has a few positives, but overall it’s just not up to par.
Excerpt: There's no question that the Tiger Woods series is the king of video game golf, but that hasn't stopped other developers from trying to get their piece of the pie. While there's always room for more good golf games, ProStroke Golf - World Tour 2007 from Gusto Games doesn't fit the bill. The core gameplay isn't bad, and for the most part, the swing mechanics work just fine.
Pros: Good number of playable courses, challenges between tournaments are fun
Cons: Only two of the courses are real, no online play is a big letdown, graphics are poor, commentary is worse, being forced to play tournaments with a partner makes them take forever