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Fox Sports Golf '99 (PlayStation)

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Press Release:

    FOX SPORTS INTERACTIVE TEES UP AND BLASTS DOWN THE VIRTUAL FAIRWAY WITH FOX SPORTS GOLF '99

    Features Easy-To-Learn Interface And Realistic Gameplay



    LOS ANGELES, CA (April 17, 1998) -- Fox Sports Interactive breaks out of the club house and tees off 1998 with a hole in one as it releases, Fox Sports Golf '99. Grab your club and hit the course with an easy to play game designed for the arm chair golfer. Fox Sports Golf '99 will be available in June for the Sony PlayStation and Windows 95 CD-ROM for a suggested retail price of $44.98.

    "Over the past few years, sports simulation games have grown into one of the hottest gaming categories," commented Jon Richmond, president of Fox Interactive. "Fox Sports Golf '99 features the same unique attitude and innovation that Fox Sports fans have grown to love. We are redefining what a video/computer game can be and are making it a far more entertaining experience."

    Fox Sports Golf '99 is the next best thing to playing on a real course and costs a lot less too. The game features a true 3D environment with stunning graphical detail and allows the player total freedom of movement anywhere on the course. Gameplay is further enhanced by an adjustable free-floating camera P-O-V, breathtaking fly-bys and walk-throughs, and a precision-based swing meter. The game features a variety of play modes to satisfy any variation of golf desired, including Stroke, Match, Skins, Foursome and Fourball as well as driving range and putting green options and a course editor. Gamers may select commentary by John Walls from Fox Sports Net or the world's most notable and wittiest golf commentator, Peter Alliss.

    The Windows 95 CD-ROM version of Fox Sports Golf '99 will feature a total of eight courses, maximized graphics for laptop users, multi-player gaming options via LAN and modem, and supports 3Dfx and other major accelerator cards. The Sony PlayStation version will feature six total courses.

    Fox Sports Golf '99 was developed by Gremlin Interactive of Sheffield England, one of Europe's leading publishers and largest development houses known for its critically-acclaimed Actua Sports series of games. A powerhouse in such innovative technologies as Motion Capture and 3D, Gremlin Interactive is part of the Gremlin Group PLC, a fully listed company on the London Stock Exchange. Gremlin Group PLC is also composed of Gremlin Studios of Dewsbury, England and DMA Design of Dundee, Scotland.

    Recognized as an innovative global industry leader, Fox Interactive, an operating unit of Fox Filmed Entertainment, a News Corporation company, is committed to developing a full range of bold and engaging interactive entertainment. Fox Sports Interactive is a jointventure between Fox Sports and Fox Interactive formed to create a multi-platform line of compelling interactive sports games that combine great gameplay and technology with TV broadcast-style production values. Fox Interactive and Fox Sports Interactive products are distributed by Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment.

    Contact:

    Steve Feldstein
    Fox
    310-369-5369

    Dan Wool/Julie Gladder
    KillerApp
    (213) 938-7600
    [email protected]


    Contributed by Jeanne (75605) on Aug 03, 2008.

uk.playstation.com:
    Play golf to the new standard with the arrival of Actua Golf 2 from Gremlin, part of the ever-growing range of Actua Sports Series titles on PlayStation.

    Actua Golf 2 features six gruelling courses for you to take on, including the world famous Kiawah Island Ocean Course, The Oxfordshire and Carnoustie Championship Links. New motion capture technology has provided smoother player movement and action out on the course, while the commentary team of Peter Alliss and Alex Hay bring their own inimitable style to every shot. Increased shot and club selection give you even greater control from tee to pin, multi-player options allow you to take on up to 3 others in a fourball tournament. In short, the real tiger has arrived with Actua Golf 2.

    Contributed by Xoleras (66214) on Oct 21, 2004.