Destructoid writes: "Up until the release of the Wii, golf video games have featured timed button presses to determine club swing power and accuracy. When released, Wii Remote provided some emulation of an actual club swing in some golf games, but this control method only served to make limitations of the technology more apparent. For some games, you could swing the club over your head or behind your back and still make contact with the ball. This, combined with the need to use buttons and other controls to determine how the club strikes the ball, made for a control scheme that left me longing for the older, pre-Wii control scheme. Ultimately, older Wii golf games felt like the long way around."