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Links LS 2000 is an excellent program, a great diversion, and beats putting on your carpet if you can’t make it to the course.
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Links LS 2000 promises to deliver beautifully rendered outdoor scenes and a realistic golfing experience. So, is it a hole in one or a triple bogie? Read on for more answers and bad puns. Ok, ok, I’ll keep the puns at a minimum, but I promise a par 5 worth of information.
Links LS is at the top of the leader board of golf-simulation games -- no product better captures what it's like to be on the course. Links LS 2000 upholds this standard by featuring lush graphics, a slew of options, and realistic play. Links LS 2000 features six courses, including the Old Course at St. Andrew's. Gaming options include everything from conventional stroke play to novelty games, and setting up network play is easier than sinking a 5-foot putt.
Playing Links LS 2000, I'm reminded of a quote from Calvin & Hobbes: "Being a parent is wanting to hug and strangle your kid at the same time." The game offers plenty of impressive features, but at the same time still leaves plenty of room for improvement. Golfers are sure to enjoy the title, but without that initial interest gamers may find themselves at a loss with Links LS 2000.
The back of the jewel case claims that LinksLS 2000 is "the golf game for golfers." This is true; people who know what they're doing will have a grand old time running this game through its hundreds of options and playing its beautiful courses. For everyone else, however, it's...well, it's golf. If you don't subscribe to a golf magazine, you probably don't need this game.