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Golf Japan Course bears an obvious family resemblance with Golf, released for the Famicom Disk in 1984 - the main difference is the adjustable speed of the swings which greatly add to the challenge of the game. While many parts of the graphics haven't aged well they were more than adequate for the time - but I doubt you'll play this more than once or twice. I also find Golf Japan Course really hard - controls are immediately simple but careful management of the strength meter is required to avoid sending the ball in orbit. This part of the game can be really frustrating - Nintendo didn't want to give these Golden Disks that easily it seems. Nonetheless, Golf Japan Course is a fun game and will certainly bring tears of nostalgia to anyone who happens to have enjoyed them back in the 80's.