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84 (Oct 17, 2006)
Obwohl die aktuelle Version einige Verbesserungen und sehenswerte, neue Kurse bietet beschleicht uns das Gefühl, dass die Entwickler im Sandbunker stecken geblieben sind. Eine Steuerungsfinesse hier, ein neuer Kurs da und die Einführung actionreicher Minigames dürften für viele Besitzer der Vorjahresversion kein ausreichendes Kaufargument sein. Dennoch wirkt die Serie sehr ausgereift und dürfte Fans des Sports begeistern – wer also noch keinen oder einen recht alten Tiger im Schrank hat, darf bedenkenlos zugreifen. Alle Anderen sollten sich gut überlegen, ob die neuen Features das Geld für eine Neuanschaffung wert sind!
GameSpy (Oct 20, 2006)
As a total package, it's hard to find many cracks in Tiger Woods 07. The game looks just about as good as its PS2 counterpart, has appealing style and presentation, and plays the part of genre-leader with aplomb. Consistent greatness is hard to achieve in both the sports world and the videogame industry. But that's exactly what Tiger and EA have done.
IGN (Oct 10, 2006)
Tiger 07 is a great game of golf on the go. While slimmed down in terms of content, there's still plenty to do with PGA Season, some forgettable mini-games and online play. Visually, Tiger has a great sense of style and looks almost as good as the PS2 version, with the exception of some blocky player models. Tiger is a nice challenge when starting out, but maxed-out characters will have no problem carving up the course list -- and that's the way it should be.
75 (Nov 19, 2006)
Zaghafte Veränderungen auf Xbox 360, eine immer noch beschnittene Version für PSP und das kaum veränderte Spiel auf PlayStation 2 – Tiger Woods PGA Tour 07 zeigt viele Farben. Dass sich die Handheld-Umsetzung so gut anfühlt wie ihre Konsolen-Brüder, ist klasse, aber mit mehr Liebe zum Detail hätte sie so gut sein können wie das PS2-Pendant.
75 (Sep 29, 2006)
Tiger Woods PGA Tour 07 est en soi un excellent jeu de golf auquel il manque juste quelques ajustements de gameplay pour mettre tout le monde d'accord. D'un côté nous avons donc un titre indispensable à celles et ceux qui n'ont pas encore trouvé leur bonheur sur PSP mais derrière la face cachée de l'iceberg, se trouve une énième réactualisation un peu avare en nouveautés malgré quelques petits plus non dénués d'intérêt. Au final, si on pèse le Pour et le Contre, le titre d'Electronic Arts se veut malgré tout un produit parfaitement calibré pour les novices comme pour les amateurs et s'impose de lui-même en tant que meilleur jeu de golf de la PSP.
Video Game Talk (Nov 12, 2006)
Tiger Woods PGA Tour 07 is the third installment in EA Sports golf game series for the PSP. This addition does not offer any significant improvements over its predecessor Tiger Woods PGA Tour 06 that was released about this time last year. Even so, "2007" features some exciting game play (just like "2006"). If you haven't picked up a golf game for the PSP, it is a must own. However, if you already own "2006", then I would only consider getting this game if you really want to play online matches against your friends over the Internet. But if that is not the case, I would suggest renting "2007" before dumping money into the game. There just isn't a lot between the two games that I could justify purchasing a game that plays and looks almost the exact same.
GameSpot (Oct 13, 2006)
If you haven't yet played a Tiger Woods game on the PSP, this is a great place to start. There are plenty of courses, a deep season mode, and the online play is some of the best on the PSP. But it still feels like EA could have done more with Tiger Woods 07. It's disappointing that putting is still so frustrating, and the inclusion of just two minigames is a letdown. Team tour mode and all the great fictional golfers found on the console versions are missed, as well. If you've already spent a good deal of time with 06, you might want to pass on 07 since it doesn't bring enough new content to the table to justify the $40 price tag.