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With so many golfing games already available, it’s refreshing to have one that introduces new aspects to the genre and one that doesn’t take itself too seriously. But the beauty of Cyber Tiger is that it may be slightly off-beat, but it still offers a cracking game of golf and always gives the player immediate satisfaction from their actions (sweet little text messages will pop-up when you do something special like sink consecutive ‘Eagles’ and suchlike). The incentive to keep playing is always present because, like all good sports games, there is always something extra to do, and for this you forgive the suspect graphics and spaced-out loony sound effects.We understand that golf games aren’t to everyone’s liking, but we’re not huge fans and we loved Cyber Tiger!
really did not like this game much when I first started playing it but the more I played the more it grew on me. If you take this game for what it is, you will have some fun with it but the putting will show you the meaning of frustrated. Maybe it was just me but man, if I could pull the Happy Gilmore putter throw, I would have. While I really don't want to compare this game to Hot Shots (even though I have been throughout the review), I still think Hot Shots is a much more fun golfing game and experience.
Je conseillerai néanmoins aux vrais amateurs de se tourner plutôt vers une simulation plus sérieuse et aux clubeurs du dimanche de jouer au mini-golf. Comme ça, tout le monde sera content.
Games like Hot Shots Golf have shown that a golfing game doesn't have to be a 100% accurate simulation to appeal to gamers. Electronic Arts have taken note and produced superstar Tiger Woods for a second round of tongue-in-cheek fairway follies. Aimed at younger and 'first-time' players, CyberTiger takes a lot of the pain out of the world's most frustrating game, but it comes up short on visual appeal.
Une mauvaise imitation de Hot Shots Golf qui n'en reprend que le style en oubliant au passage les atouts majeurs. En bref, un jeu plat et morne qui n'enthousiasmera ni le pro de golf, ni le joueur orienté arcade qui cherche la nouveauté.
I really loved Hot Shots Golf, so when I first heard about CyberTiger I had very high expectations for it. I was hoping that EA would copy everything good about Hot Shots and possibly add some cool new things to it. They didn't. CyberTiger is simply an average golf game that fails to copy the features of Hot Shots Golf that made it a special title.
If you're playing a sim, well, you expect it to feel like a real golf course. If you're playing fantasy golf, it should feel more playful... less traditional. CyberTiger seems to be lost somewhere in between, not sure of what it wants to be. It's not Tiger Woods '99, and it's certainly not Hot Shots, so if you fall somewhere in between the two, you might like the game. Otherwise, hold out for Hot Shots Golf 2 or Tiger Woods 2000.
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