Summary: This game has a cheap price. I'll be honest, I'm not 100% sure that I got my money's worth. Well, let's debate. Good: Fun gameplay, Decent graphics, Custom golfer option offers wide variety of looks for handheld, very hard, difficulty deserves a check mark. Bad: CPU scores are plain ridiculus, you'll play a very tough course and a CPU Will be -10 after one round, you can hit your ball one place and it'll pop up somewhere else. So you decide.
Summary: If you love golf, you can't go wrong with this title. Very realistic golf. Very beautiful golf. Did I mention this is a golf game? Unfortunately I do not like golf. However, at least I can recognize a decent game. This is truly a decent game. Not great, but not terrible. Bottom line: Is it fun? yes, if you love golf. Will I keep it? Nope. YOu have to love golf to do that. Is it for kids? Nope. Too slow, and too many controls.
Summary: Well, Tiger is a great game. Nice graphics, commentary, gamepalay is not bad, the only thing I didn't like was the fact that to make a swing you have to use the joystick, and it is rather difficult (to do it just right) with the joystick being so small on the PSP. So I guess it's more on SONY than on EA Sports.
Summary: This game is quite awesome. It is the second title that I got for the PSP and I just can't stop playing it. I've never played the Tiger Wood games before so I'm just thrilled to death about all the customization options. It's really fun, and it is challenging so that you want to play more and more to improve your personal golfer. All that aside, the load times SUCK.
Summary: Well, what can I say? I am a huge fan of the Tiger Woods series, and have wasted many a moment either playing it on my own or battling in a round of skins with friends on my XBox. This was the third game that I picked up for the PSP after it came out, as I knew very well I had to own it. It doesn't quite match up to playing PGA Tour 2005 on console, but it does a pretty good job considering. My main issues with this was that the load times a pretty horrendous.
Summary: Overall, Tiger Woods for PSP is pretty good. However, there are some things I think that could be changed to make this game a little bit better. First off, the loading time is awful. Each hole has to load and it actually takes longer to load all the holes then it does to play the holes. Secondly, the made up courses such as the Amazon are way too difficult in tournament mode.
Summary: see - i got exactly what i was hoping for in this game. turns out that was its downfall on the psp. its played just like on my gamecube and my brother's ps2...using the analog stick to swing back then forward. the problem is the analog stick is way too sensitive. it feels like you're pulling it straight back but you get the blue or yellow streak almost every time (hook or fade).