Reviews and Problems with 3D Ultra Minigolf Adventures
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3D Ultra Mini Golf Adventures
Family Friendly Gaming
11 March 2008
Excerpt: The release of 3D Ultra Mini Golf Adventures was a pleasant surprise for me. I was a big fan of the original 3D Ultra Mini Golf released by Sierra in the late ‘90s and had spent many enjoyable hours playing it with friends and family.
Summary: “3D Ultra Minigolf Adventures” is most definitely a no brainer. Don’t even consider buying this game unless you’re seriously into the concept of crazy minigolf. At a total price of $15 with the “Lost Island” add-on, you have to wonder what Sierra was thinking.
Pros: -3 full tournaments., -Local and internet multiplayer., -Crazy environments., -Good amount of length., -High replay value., -Insane physics in some of the environments.
Cons: -Graphics are extremely generic., -Everything sound related is generic., -Can be frustratingly difficult at times., -Not many people play on Xbox Live., -Price could be better., -Boring characters.
Conclusion: The course design is the real highlight within 3D Ultra Minigolf Adventures , with gameplay that will frustrate until you figure out every detail of each hole, something that will take longer than most would care to spend with a XBLA game.
Conclusion: Although, at the moment there seems to be a shortage of online players. So you'll have to set something up with another player in order to get the very easy online achievements. But it's not all sunshine though. There is lots of trial and error to go through the first time around.