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Other than the control change, there isn't very much innovation in this version of Tiger Woods over the last. The graphics are pretty much the same as the last game, the sound a little toned down from last season's ridiculous level, and the gameplay modes are pretty much the same. That leaves an enjoyable, but not perfect, golf sim for the PlayStation.
Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2000 is an okay golf game, but considering that he is presently the biggest sporting franchise name in the world it should have been an awful lot better. The first thing we need on Playstation 2 is a realistic golf simulation.
When using a Dual Shock though, all this frustration is eradicated with a simple pull-back and then push-forward of the left twin-stick, Tiger clouts the ball with precision accuracy and all is forgiven.Well almost, the graphics are generally only passable, and some stupid bugs were still evident in this review code such as golfers facing entirely the wrong way when taking putts.
Les mouvements des golfeurs sont très mal décomposés, et les décors sont peu colorés et super pixélisés. Tous les ans, une tonne de jeux de golf débarque. A chaque fois, c'est la même chose : aucune innovation.
Fairly accurate gameplay and an innovative new control scheme save Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2000 from being a complete loss, but it's in no way a game you'll find yourself wanting to play for prolonged amounts of time. Casual fans of the arcade-style golfing game should keep well away, and even those looking for an accurate simulation should be cautious around this one.
Power The PlayStation Mag / Playstation Power
This is EA Sports
having a bad fairway day. Clunky, jerky graphics and a real lack of atmosphere mean the PlayStation is still crying out for that great golf sim. Wait for Everybody's Golf 2