Excerpt: With its revolutionary analogue swing system, it may have introduced a new control method to golf games, but latterly the Tiger Woods PGA Tour series hasn’t exactly been known for its groundbreaking innovations. The 07 edition largely sticks to this familiarity, but as always brings along some welcome tweaks to better hone an already mechanically sound golf game.
Conclusion: With Tiger Woods PGA TOUR 07 , EA made a pretty nice drive that unfortunately hit a divot in the fairway. With its emphasis on realism and the upgraded graphics, it’s the best Tiger game to date, but it fails to trump many aspects of Links , which is several years old now. If you’re a fan of the Tiger series or the superhuman golfer, then definitely pick this one up.
Summary: Make no mistake, Tiger Woods 07 is a fine golf game, but most consumers won’t help but feel cheated by the fact that they paid 20 dollars more for a game with graphical glitches and missing features. If you’ve never played a Tiger game before, but are intrigued by the idea of hitting a ball hundreds of feet away without having to wear plaid, then by all means, give 07 a look, but for vets of the golf scene will want to make sure they have friends available before...
Excerpt: Returning for his second outing on next-generation consoles, Tiger Woods trademark smile and unbelievable golfing skills continues to endorse EAs annual update of their golfing franchise, appropriately titled Tiger Woods PGA Tour. The latest edition to hit the shelves continues to provide the accurate and realistic experience that weve come to expect from the series, as well as offering various new gameplay features and more content to keep you busier than what last...
Excerpt: The 2006 version of Tiger Woods on the Xbox 360 was greeted with some lackluster reviews, nothing necessarily bad with the title but nothing groundbreaking either. The 2007 iteration of Tiger Woods does improve on the already solid title, and does some things a little differently than its little brother on the Xbox does.
Summary: Tiger Woods' first foray onto the Xbox 360 was a prime example of style over substance. The courses looked great, but they numbered just six and there weren't many different ways to enjoy them. It also didn't play much differently than it did on the consoles--a disappointment for those who were expecting it to be more than just a prettier version of what they had been playing for years.
Pros: Twice as many courses as last year, Best create-a-character around, True aim system adds a new level of challenge, Plenty of great-looking fictional and licensed golfers
Cons: Has nine fewer courses than the PlayStation 2 and Xbox versions, Not enough variety in the training challenges, David Feherty and Gary McCord have worn out their welcome, The only way to get "Sunday Tiger" is to buy him off Marketplace
Summary: Bully: Scholarship Edition is the XBOX 360 and Wii port of the problem-plagued 2006 PlayStation 2 title Canis Canem Edit (Latin for ‘Dog Eat Dog’) with a few added extras. These extras include eight new missions,four new classes, four new characters, two player mini-games and achievements.Read on to discover whether Bully: Scholarship Edition is a great addition to your collection, or whether it should be expelled.
Pros: Plenty to keep you going until GTA: IV, Lots of fun, Great dialogue, characters and plot
Cons: Weak Multiplayer, Not worth buying if you’ve played Canis Canem, The virtual girls aren't that hot