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6.3* out of 10

Real World Golf

Multi-player mode for up to 4 players. Five 18-hole courses & dr Read more

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Overall 8
8.0

Real World Golf Review (Xbox)

About.com
4 March 2013
  • Conclusion: Real World Golf is one of the best golf games for the Xbox. You get to hold a club in your hand and take full swings and play through a real round so how can that not be fun. It really is as close to real golf as you can get without actually going outside. Whether you are a novice or an experienced golfer, Real World Golf has something to offer by both teaching you how to play as well as letting you practice and hone your swing.
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Overall 8
7.5

Real World Golf

Game Over Online
8 August 2008
  • Excerpt: Over the years developers have come up with a number of ways to emulate the golf swing in video games, from the old-school Triclick button system to the more recent Trueswing method. Those days could very well be over. With the help of In2Games’ Gametrak Game System, Real World Golf virtually puts the club in your hands. I know what you’re thinking: Is the motion capture technology accurate? Do you have to swing like a pro to play Real World Golf?
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Overall 8
7.5

Expert Review

Game Over Online
27 April 2006
  • Excerpt: The Gametrak Game System is the heart and soul of Real World Golf. Used in place of your usual Xbox controller, the Gametrak is comprised of four pieces of equipment. First you have the Base Unit, a sensor box that connects to your Xbox and sits on your floor. Next is the Foot Pedal, which connects to the Base Unit and acts as the controller’s sole button. Then you have a pair of Trak Gloves.
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Overall 7
7.0

Real World Golf

Operation Sports
25 April 2006
  • Excerpt: There are definitely some unique aspects to being a 30-something gamer in today’s world. Unlike my school days of Atari 2600 and Nintendo or my college run with Sega Genesis, my gaming today is not done around my neighborhood pals or drunk dorm buddies, instead it’s done in my home. My home that I share with my wife, who is neither a gamer or drunk enough to join in.
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