It's only a few years ago that EA were seen as all that's wrong with the modern gaming publisher. Rather than offer fresh ideas and new experiences, they churned out yearly licenses that merely tweaked the existing formula, and relying on long-term fans to essentially buy the same product with a slightly shinier paint job.
Yet in recent times their ways have changed. Even the yearly sporting franchises started to take great leaps forward, none more so than the huge gap between the last two Tiger Woods PGA Tour titles. The 2009 iteration managed to cram in all kinds of improvements and brand new gameplay enhancements that nudged it all the way to true greatness. Sadly, Tiger Woods PGA Tour 10 fails to hit par.