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Submitted by kevco33 2437d ago | review

Electronic Theatre PAL Review: Super Swing Golf

Super Swing Golf launches in the UK this Friday, 29th August, 2008, but has actually been around for quite some time. Based on the Korean online Multi-Player title, PangYa, Super Swing Golf is actually the sequel to Pangya! Golf With Style, a Japanese launch title for Wii, developed by TECMO, which took til June of 2007 to arrive in Europe. By which point, this sequel was already heading to Japanese stores, eventually arriving the following November. And so Super Swing Golf has too arrived somewhat late, but considering the present state of the Wii's UK release list, it could be argued that Rising Star Games' couldn't have got the timing any better.
In contrast to the publisher's other recent Wii release, Baroque, Super Swing Golf is a title that's easily adopted by most. The Control System is... (Baroque, Culture, Industry, Mario Kart Wii, Super Swing Golf, Super Swing Golf 2, Super Swing Golf Pangya, Wii) 80/100

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