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While Let’s Golf! tries to appeal to the majority of players, it’s still a golf game and may not be worth the current price if you’re unfamiliar with the sport.
PSPPocket Magazine / Pockett Videogames
Au cours de notre preview, Let’s Golf nous avait laissé une bonne impression. Notre test d’aujourd’hui confirme cette dernière ! Le jeu de golf de Gameloft est un transfuge direct de l’iPhone et de l’iPod Touch et vient ainsi grossir les rangs de la gamme de jeux PSP Minis. Proposé à 4,99 €, il dispose d’une solide réalisation et d’une durée de vie conséquente.
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Ultimately, Let's Golf is quite a decent game, with both advantages and disadvantages when compared to Nintendo's effort. Touch Golf has four courses, one more than this game's three, but unlike here, most of them remain locked until certain challenges are completed. Clearly, this means that if you have free time to spend, Touch Golf would be the better choice, if just for the advantage of an extra 18 holes, but if you're just looking for some quick golfing fun without having to worry, Let's Golf might be the smarter buy. Ultimately, though, Let's Golf has less content, for the same price - And for that, we have to give the edge to the game that was already available.
The unlockable clothes and the ability to mark your character profile with a snapshot from the camera isn't nearly enough to make Let's Golf a worthy download, especially at the "premium" price scale of the DSi Shop. Nintendo's already released True Swing Golf Express is the far better option.