Since Eastbayri.com first took home a Nintendo Wii three years ago they’ve always found the system’s software presents an all or nothing situation. There are quite a few games they’ve enjoyed for the Wii, all of which present an easy level of accessibility and a strong replay value. Perhaps the most famous of this category is the near perfect bowling portion of the original Wii Sports. On the other side of the coin, there are plenty of titles Eastbayri.com can recall that they played just long enough to competently review and put aside to never touch again.
The Tiger Woods golf franchise on the Wii has now put out back-to-back installments for the former category.
This year’s installment of EA Sports’ popular golf franchise, “Tiger Woods PGA Tour 12: The Masters,” comes with a couple new features such as the famous Augusta National golf course and a career mode that centers on the historic tournament referenced in the game’s title. It also comes with a new caddy feature that helps players gauge distance, conditions and possible hitting options for shots. It’s an idea that sounds great and fortunately, delivers appropriately.