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I like golf. I know...crazy, right? I cannot remember a time where I did not have a set of golf clubs. I've been playing golf video games for almost as long too. It started with Golf on the NES and followed with others such as Links, Mario Golf, Skins Game, Hot Shots Golf, and of course Tiger Woods PGA Tour. The 06 entry version on Xbox 360 was a mess. It only had six courses, had less features than its PS2 counterpart, was plagued with online problems, and even had several broken achievements. ...37 out of 43 found this review helpful.
Let's get one thing straight right off the bat; I am a huge fan of golf games, but I am not a fan of golf. Augusta holds no special power over me. I don't care what colour my jacket it. So from that perspective, EA's latest offering in the Tiger Woods PGA tour franchise is a respectable effort, that comes up short in many ways. At it's core Tiger Woods PGA Tour 12: The Masters is still the same capable golf game with minor improvements over last year's offering. Most notable this year is the ab...0 out of 2 found this review helpful.
The Tiger Woods PGA Tour series does at least one thing that other sports games do not do. It sucks you in. Every other game I can think of, NBA Jam, Madden, the NHL series, they all play as bursts of fun in single game doses, spread out across season and franchise modes. But Masters, like most of the other Tiger Woods games from EA Sports, actually has a true career mode.Rivaling the intricate yet rewarding system that games like the original Tony Hawk series had, you start with basically zer...0 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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