Excerpt: Before starting this review, let me make one thing clear: I’m not a golfer . I’ve played miniature golf a handful of times over the years, and I even played a single round of real golf once when I was a kid, but that’s pretty much it.
Conclusion: Many will argue whether Tiger Woods 08 can be considered a video game. The intricate and well rounded game mechanics manifest what the Nintendo Wii can do. It shows the potential Wii has for pushing the games closer to real life sports and experiences.
Summary: Parents need to know that this golf game comes out every year, but the '08 version offers many new features that make it worth considering, including the ability to add photos of yourself to create a golfer that looks like you.
Conclusion: THE VERDICT: Another (slight) improvement on last year's version, Tiger 08 should be on your Christmas shopping list if you have a new console to play it on. For those who do have last year's edition this is best avoided.
Conclusion: . There is a lot of variations of play
that will keep fans of the sport busy for quite some time, and swinging
the Wii Remote around is a lot of fun and adds an additional dimension
to the game that the 360 and PS3 versions won�t have.
Summary: Tiger Woods PGA Tour 08 feels more like an expansion pack to last year’s edition. For gamers who didn’t pick up last year’s game, Tiger 08 will be a solid place to start your golfing career on the Nintendo Wii.
Excerpt: Apart from fishing titles, we can't think of a genre of game better suited to the Wii Remote than golf. Until someone comes up with Fetch!: Now Give Me the Stick, There's a Good Dog for the Wii, the movement of a golf club is the motion in sports games that can most easily be replicated on the...