Great presentation, plenty of options... lacks challenge
Instruction Junkie, amazon.co.uk
4 April 2005
Summary: There's no doubt that EA Sports know how to present a game and give you plenty of options and gameplay. The number of game modes provided here is excellent, with basic games, PGA Tour, Legend Tour and scenarios. There's also plenty of options for customising your character: the gameface provides so many ways to alter your character's face you can be there for hours perfecting it, and there are thousands of items to buy in the pro-shop.
Excerpt: The only problem you will find with this game is managing to turn it off to eat and sleep and go to work or school. It was the world famous author P.G. Wodehouse who said “ Golf, like the measles, should be caught young, for, if postponed to riper years, the results may be serious.” There is truth in the statement and it is fair to say that Tiger Woods PGA 2005 does reward committed practice.
Summary: Visually stunning, accurate meticulous replications of some of the world most exclusive courses, attention to detail of all the top PGA tour professionals, down to there mannerisms, expressions and swing make this game feel your really part of the action. If your new to the Tiger Woods range there is a well put together tutorial which explains how to perform the more basic straight shots also how to 'hook' and 'fade' the ball, how to increase power and distance on your...
Summary: Nice one EA Sports! After hrs n hrs of enjoyment on the previous Tiger Woods, 2003/2004 I knew this game would be nice, but the best thing of all is the new functions and effort the developers have done to update this game for 2005. You tend to find with allot of sequels there pretty much the same as the last bar a couple of things here and there, not with Tiger though, loads of new courses, functions, game modes and characters, allsorts to get your teeth into Even if...