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Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2004

Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2004 Screenshots

Game Boy Advance version

Title screen
Main menu
Tutorial lessons
Tutorial mode
Selecting a player in career mode
Name entry
Buy improvements to your attributes
Career menu
Want do you want to play?
Selecting a tournament
Hole introduction screen
The flight of the ball is shown from above.
Getting closer; if only the ball wasn't in the sand.
I'm not good at putting.
Got the ball in!
The leaderboard
View from above
Finished off with a Birdie
Adjusting the aim
Won a medal
A look at the trophy case

Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2004 Screenshots

N-Gage version

Title screen
Main menu
N-Gage Arena login screen
Bluetooth multiplay setup
Golfer selection
Practice mode
Course selection
Course options
Loading course
Getting ready for the swing
Overhead view
Great shot!

Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2004 Screenshots

PlayStation 2 version

The game's title screen.
This follows an animated introduction featuring Tiger Woods doing his stuff and a series of wacky characters doing odd dance moves on the green
The game's start screen
By chance the memory card had a save game from Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2003 on it and this resulted in a bonus before the 2004 game had been played!
The game's menu.
The EXTRAS option leads to the game credits, a video montage of Tiger, a Tiger walkthrough of the 18th at Bay Hill & previews of Madden 2004, NBA 2004 and Rugby 2004.
Through the Game Options menu the player can view highlights of their games, select the music tracks the game plays, set volume levels and enter passwords to unlock courses & players
Equipping the player.
The emulator doesn't display skin very well but look at all the kit! 24 kinds of shoe, 85 kinds of pants, 149 shirts most of which, naturally, have to be unlocked
Setting up a new player and spending some bonus money on improving their attributes. The same screen is used in-game to spend prize money.
As the player progresses new items are made available in the Pro Shop. Five items can be bought per day at a 50% discount with new items becoming available at midnight
The My Tour option from the main menu contains the player's stats, trophies, records for the player and AI opponents, the create-a-course option, and the player's biography
The Game Modes are World Tour, Scenarios, Traditional Games, Arcade Modes, Real-Time Events and PGA Tour Season. They're only available once the the tutorial has been completed
The in-game load screen reminds the player of the controls
Playing Target Golf, one of the Arcade modes. The player has a fixed number of balls and several very difficult targets to hit. This was a good shot to land on a 5x multiplier

Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2004 Screenshots

Windows version

Main menu.
Creating a golfer. Here's where you goof around with his body. I'm making a Popeye type.
What a handsome fellow!
You can even buy all your clubs and balls here.
There's a pretty seamless tutorial mode that blends in and teaches you the basics.
Handsome getting ready to tee off.
As usual all the stats are present when taking your swing and change on the fly.
TrueSwing gives you an instant analysis of your swing.
Landed in a rough patch.
Putting with a grid. If you're really good you can turn that off.
Entering a tournament. To be allowed into further tournaments you must qualify.
The audience is really cleverly rendered 2D graphics that pose as 3D.
One of my opponents gets close to the hole!
This opponent is stuck in a sand trap.
I'm gonna act like I know what I'm doing.
Statistics at the end of a game.
Ball cam follows the ball as it travels.
Picking where we want to start our world tour.
On occasion your view may be obstructed.
You can even play around with the weather on some practice courses.
During practice, some chump may choose to challenge your mad skills.
Here's the chump challenging me.
If you somehow accidentally do something really good the widescreen bars appear and you get an instant replay!
Statistics between holes.
A beautiful vista. Half the fun of this game is the great locations you get to visit.
If you really don't feel like making such a goofy looking character you can possibly make yourself or even a better looking version of yourself.