Conclusion: Outlaw Golf is what sideline amateur golfers have been waiting for. Simon & Schuster has put together a great golf game that actually has pretty impressive physics and realism. At first glance you might think this game is full of fluff, but it is in fact backed up by one of the most sophisticated engines ever created for a golf game. Why waste all that technology on a boring game with no real flavor?
Excerpt: I have to admit, I’m a little stumped at the whole golf concept. This may sound strange considering that I penned both Hot Shots Golf 3 and Tiger Woods 2002 for this site. But I have to say something in my defense: I don’t golf in real life. Never been on a course, haven’t chosen a golf cart over a car or walking as a preferred method of transportation, and the only clubs I know are either on cards or in the hands of thugs.
Excerpt: It was only a month ago that I discovered "Hot Shots Golf 3" for the Playstation 2. While the game was a bit silly, it also managed to provide courses that were often beautifully designed, enjoyable and generally realistic gameplay and a few little additional aspects to add depth.
Excerpt: This ain’t yo daddy’s golf game. Hell, let’s face it: Your daddy will probably wonder just what congressionally unsanctioned, family values-unfriendly title you’ve slipped into your Xbox. (And if/when you’re been sent to your room, don’t be surprised if he’ll pick up the controller and play through a few holes.) Gone are the restrained, refined character models of professional golfers like Tiger Woods or Jack Nicklaus.