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Submitted by TrendyGamers 742d ago | news

Tiger Woods PGA Tour 14 Gets a Box Art, Release Date, Pre-Order Bonuses

Even with Tiger Woods still not winning at nearly the same pace he was before his scandal, EA will stick with him as the star on the cover art for next year’s title, Tiger Woods PGA Tour 14. (PS3, Tiger Woods PGA Tour 14, Xbox 360)

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knifefight  +   742d ago
Nah, not doin' it for me.
guitarded77  +   742d ago
Do we really need a new Tiger Woods game every year? I don't even like new basketball, baseball, etc games every year, but gold would seem even less necessary. Update stats regularly, and sell new players and courses as DLC. I would like to try this game with Move though.
Rob Hornecker  +   742d ago
Oh BOY....another year and another Tiger golf! Its like the Turd of Dooty of sports games! Other than a new cover and a couple of new courses,there doesn't look to be anything new as far as game play goes. I will pass on this one also!

BTW,The PS3 verision does support the ps3's MOVE. Check out the EA sports web site for more info on its use.

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