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The bottom line is that this game has everything a fan could want, except of course, that it's full of courses and players that most Americans have never heard of. Licenses aside, you don't have to be a golf nut to appreciate this one, but you just might have to be one to give it a try.
Sports Gaming Network
This game achieved what it set out to be, a golf simulation. What it didn't achieve was anything else. The game is just boring sometimes and has a couple of ball physics and audio problems that prevent it from being one of the elite golf N64 games on the market.
At first, I was not overly impressed with PGA European Tour. But once I started playing a little more, whether it was with friends, or playing on the tour, I have now found myself addicted to this game.
Nintendo Power Magazine
Golfers will appreciate the shot-making emphasis of this game, but casual players probably won't get beyond the awkward initial feel. I hated it at first, but after getting to know it, I think it's probably one of the truest golf sims around.
The quirky N64 lineup strikes again. While the lack of fighters, RPGs et al has been well documented around the zealous web community, the N64 has received its third golf game in a year. That's not a bad thing when you have games like Nintendo's splendid Mario Golf and EA's enjoyable CyberTiger, games that show how much fun a little jazzed-up golf can be. Yet no one has taken the straight, simulation route, something that Infogrames has corrected with its latest release, PGA European Tour. And though PGA plays the simulation angle well, the easy putting, occasional quirks in control and lackluster graphics that actually affect the gameplay adversely all leave this title mired in mediocrity.
This game isn't fun at all. I don't know if it should be commended for capturing the boredom and stodginess of the real European Tour or ridiculed for taking up valuable shelf space, plastic and ink. It does have the European Tour license and that includes all of the genuine courses, most of which we'll never get to play. But what's the point of having Quinto do Lago in the game if it looks as crappy and blurry as the local municipal course down the street. Golf is a refined sport where the beauty of the surroundings is as important as the game itself. We can't help but conclude that PGA European Tour was unsuccessful in its struggle to be refined, beautiful and a game itself.