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Submitted by Pozzle 339d ago | review

Mario Golf: World Tour review | Edge

This inability to decide where World Tour lies among the many paths the series has taken previously is the game’s true problem. It demonstrates both why Camelot is so trusted by Nintendo, and why it has been stuck making sporting spinoffs for so long. Camelot seems unsure of whether it would prefer to be held by the hand or simply set free, and ends up putting the player in that same awkward middle ground. (3DS, Mario Golf World Tour) 6/10

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