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Submitted by crock7owu10 848d ago | interview

'Tiger Woods PGA Tour 14' exclusive: Gamers take on the Legends of the Majors

The "Tiger Woods PGA Tour" franchise has been one of the longest running franchises in EA's history and this year's game fulfills dreams the series has had since its inception.

In an exclusive interview with Examiner.com today, "Tiger Woods PGA Tour 14" lead designer Mike DeVault took the time to talk about what gamers can expect from the latest installment in the franchise.

"The main reason everyone likes to play at night is it is something new. It’s mainly golfing under the moonlight. We also have the live time of day feature that cycles through the early morning, to the late afternoon, into nighttime," DeVault said.

DeVault talked about the role their gaming community plays, and how one of the former members of the community was so helpful that he earned a full-time position with the "Tiger Woods" developing team. (PS3, Tiger Woods PGA Tour 14, Xbox 360)

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