Evil Avatar: Hot Shots Golf: Open Tee 2 Review

Evil Avatar writes: "Far and away, the best game to come during the PSP's initial stack of games was Hot Shots Golf. The game embodied what it meant to be a portable title with quick pickup and play golfing action, tons of unlockables, and bright colorful graphics. Over 3 years later the sequel has finally hit Sony's portable platform, and while on a whole it's not very different, that's not necessarily a bad thing.

Hot Shots Golf: Open Tee 2's core swing mechanic remains largely unchanged. Even though Clap Hanz decided to change the shot mode for the PlayStation 3 version of the game, they kept the PSP version identical to its predecessor; a wise decision in my opinion. The really great thing about the Hot Shots franchise is it can be as simple or as complicated as you want. With advanced shottechniques like side spin, backspin, homing shots and power shots, there's plenty of room for strategy and mastery of the game. Despite all these options the game is incredibly accessible, and players wouldn't have much trouble playing through and unlocking everything without ever touching the advanced techniques. With over 18 characters, 8 courses, 4 caddies, and 350 items to unlock there is A LOT to do."

The Good
+ Tons of Unlockables
+ Addicting Gameplay
+ Nice Graphics
+ Online Play

The Bad
- Might be a little to much of the same for Hot Shots Golf: Open Tee 1 fans.

The Ugly
- Finding the time to unlock everything

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