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Submitted by MrKLM 1527d ago | interview

Gusto Games: John Daly's ProStroke Golf Is A More Realistic Golfing Game

John Daly is probably one of the most "eccentric" Golfers still out on the tour. Developer Gusto Games and Publisher O-Games have taken this world renowned golfer and his talents and put them to use in their newest edition of the ProStroke Golf series with, John Daly's ProStroke Golf. The series returns with the innovative ProStroke features that made the last title a new more realistic take on Golf gaming. Gusto Games designer Derek Hartin assures gamers in an interview with UGDB.com that many improvements have been made since the last title in the series and that PlayStation 3 owners using the new PlayStation Move motion controller will be able to enjoy the most realistic Golf game to date. (John Daly's ProStroke Golf, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

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