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This is one golf game that I’d bet any amount of cash that no one could ever finish the entire course under par, no matter how hard they try. The only way I could possibly recommend Devil’s Course is if you’re a fan of chip tunes or 16-bit music, since this game really doesn’t have much more to offer. That being said, I still don’t hate it by any means, and it’s not the game’s fault. The programmers did an admirable job with what they had, but a game like this would never work properly on the system. It’s just a shame they didn’t wait to program it for the 32X, and it would have been even better on the Saturn or Playstation. As it stands, fans of 16-bit golf gaming need to look elsewhere for their fix.