Conclusion: Tiger Woods PGA Tour 11 will give gamers a lot of reasons to pick up their putters, but the fun factor is going to make a big difference here. Online and multiplayer modes might be the key to this franchise entry coming in under par.
Summary: Parents need to know that Tiger Woods PGA TOUR 11 is a fairly safe play, but it is not all that different from last year's version. Aside from some minor "comic mischief" (the crowd will react to balls hit in their direction) the only caveat for mom and dad is that people playing the Xbox 360 and...
Excerpt: EA Sports has stuck with Tiger Woods in spite of his plethora of recent personal problems. I really do not want this review to focus on his personal problems, instead I want to focus on this video game. Speaking of focus Tiger Woods PGA Tour 11 has an all new Shot Focus mechanic.
Conclusion: With all my criticisms of Tiger Woods PGA Tour 11, I still think it’s a very solid package. The main problem I have with the game, however, is that it’s so similar to last year’s package. Though it’s a matter of taste, I prefer the interface and gameplay systems of last year’s game.
Excerpt: Last year’s Tiger Woods iteration on Wii was nothing short of spectacular for golf aficionados and traditional gamers alike. Not only did the newly released MotionPlus peripheral breathe new life into gameplay, with the added depth and precision that came with it, but the game managed to offer...
Excerpt: on the Wii introduced one of the great innovations in the history of golf games: Wii MotionPlus (MP). By allowing the controller to pick up on even the slightest of arm and wrist movements during a swing, MP revolutionized the way golf games would forever be played.
Pros: True view is amazing., New difficulty levels mimic real swings., New modes are great additions.
Cons: Graphics need an overhaul., Time to revamp Career mode., Old game modes need to be removed.