True Golf Classics: Wicked 18 Reviews (SNES)

True Golf Classics: Wicked 18 SNES Title screen (JP)


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Electronic Games (Jan, 1994)
Attractive female caddies accompany the players on full-round play and offer advice and the occasional comment. Remarks like "Keep your eye on the ball" are dumb for a video game but it's really nice to get one like "Sweet drive - did you ever think of going on tour?"
GamePro (US) (Nov, 1993)
If you're bored with the conventional golf carts on the market and you want great graphics and a challenging course, then Wicked 18 should be a stop on your golf tour.
Golf isn't exactly my favorite sport, but this cart does have some game play to offer fans of this sport. The graphics aren't as great as some of the famous computer versions, but the options and strategy are all present to make it fun for golf enthusiasts. This game may not win you over to golf, but if you're into this type of sport, this is a good cart to give you some at-home practice on this expensive sport.
Game Players (May, 1994)
Still, the uniqueness of the course makes Wicked 18 fun to try out. Once you've learned the techniques needed to maintain a low score, however, you may search elsewhere for greener grass.
Video Games (Apr, 1994)
Der Versuch, aus der ruhigen Rasensportart ein Actionspektakel zu machen, ging gründlich in die Hose. Lassen sich weite Abschläge noch halbwegs plazieren, treibt's Euch beim Putten die Wut ins Gesicht: Der Ball springt in Zeitlupe durchs Gelände wie ein Grashüpfer im Mondstaub. Die 3D-Polygongrafik beeindruckt zwar auf den ersten Block, gaukelt Euch aber einen völlig falschen Eindruck von Entfernungen vor. Außerdem bewegt sie sich entsetzlich langsam und ruckartig. Die spinnerten Kurse wären ja originell, wären sie nicht so unspielbar und würden sie einen nicht immer wieder in Situationen treiben, bei denen nur noch "Quit Game" bleibt. Alles in allem spielt der Zufall meist eine größere Rolle als Augenmaß und Übung.