Dangerous Golf Review | TSA

The talented folks at Criterion Games always had a penchant for all-out destruction. After all they were the studio that brought us Burnout, the acclaimed racing series beloved for its cringe-inducing car crashes. This passion even managed to spill across genres and was especially evident in Black, the 2006 first person shooter where players had more fun shooting up their surroundings than the enemies on screen.

With Three Fields Entertainment founded by several Criterion alumni, it’s no wonder their debut game, Dangerous Golf, is just as overly bombastic.

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