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KineticBoom.com: Tiger Woods 11 Move Review

Whilst Nintendo’s MotionPlus add-on for the Wii has been massively under-used, the one game that really showed off how accurate, useful and fun the peripheral could be was Tiger Woods PGA Tour 10. The game oozed all of the class that you’d expect from the franchise, and truly made you feel as if you were working on your swing whilst playing a videogame. Naturally then, the expectations for the PlayStation Move version of the stellar Tiger Woods PGA Tour 11 were high. I couldn’t wait.

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-Alpha2589d ago (Edited 2589d ago )

Wow. The reviews have been generally lower than for the Wii version, but a 1.5?

TheOldOne2589d ago (Edited 2589d ago )

this game had poorly implemented controls:

"you have to grab the DualShock in order to fine tune any shot. That would be fine, but you’ll need to put your DualShock or Navigation Controller down whilst you swing. Hit the ball, grab the controller, put it down, hit the ball, grab the controller…it just goes on and on."

oh well dont care for golf games anyways, but ye it is really low.

zootang2589d ago

Could he not just change controller settings?

happyface2589d ago Show
Motorola2589d ago

Not buying hate golf anyway.

rdgneoz32589d ago

Curious if they tweaked the sensitivity of the Move controller.

BannedForNineYears2589d ago (Edited 2589d ago )

Curious if they even tested the game with the Move controller before releasing the patch. v_v

daffo2589d ago

i pretty much got the move for this game and i am so disappointed with its implementation, this review nails it on the head and i hope more do to so they patch it!!

peyote2589d ago

They always release gimped early version of tiger woods games. The Wii versions sucked the first 2 years: ps2 graphics. Then they updated the graphics (a bit) in 9 and the controls in 10.

All just a scheme to get people to keep buying new versions. asshats.

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