Reviews and Problems with Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2004
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Ewwww - another bogey!!
7 April 2006
Excerpt: "...something of a demon at Tiger Woods 2004 - he would beat me into oblivion every night and despite my constant poundings I found the game strangely addictive and as soon as I moved out I bought a copy determined to practice until the day came when I could return to the former homestead and destroy my nemesis - in all honesty, after a month of playing the game I surpassed Tiger Woods and had attained something of a god like stature. In short - Tiger ...
Pros: amazing graphics - stunning gameplay - long shelf life - cheap purchase price
Excerpt: "...hands on a copy of Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2004. On one hand, the first thing you need to do is start by creating a player. This enables you to earn money (from gaining sponsors and using their brand named equipment), which then in turn allows you to build up your stats. These range from power, to spin, and even to putting. The other, you would be better off just picking a name from the selection they have on the game. Give yourself time to familiarise ...
Pros: fun to play, easy to learn, anyone can have a go
Summary: A very good golfing game. Being new to the Tiger Woods series and having heard good reviews, I was pleasantly surprised by the different approach it takes to the golfing game genre. The game is highly addictive with it's many different facets and game plays. It is quite easy to master and in only my second Tournament was clocking 30 under pay for a 72 hole round! Just wish this was real life! Overall great game a must if you like golf and having fun!
Summary: EA Sports' efforts to monopolise the entire world of sport continue with this, the latest release in the Tiger Woods series of golf games. If you've already played the 2003 incarnation, you'll instantly be on familiar territory. The control system is exactly the same - you hit the ball by simulating a golf swing with the controller's analogue stick, while simultaneously hammering away at the white button to get a power boost.