PGA Tour 97 Reviews (SEGA Saturn)
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Joypad (Dec, 1996)
Mis à part ces problèmes de perfectionnisme, cette simulation est complète, remplie des options habituelles. Vous en aurez assurément pour votre argent si vous aimez le golf. Il faut juste être vraiment doué...
Mega Fun (Feb, 1997)
Nach wie vor ist PGA Golf sehr gut spielbar, vor allem Anfänger können von der Neuauflage 97 profitieren. Wer allerdings schon eine ältere Version hat, sollte das Geld lieber in den Sparstrumpf stecken.
GameSpot (Dec 01, 1996)
Figuratively speaking, the main divots encountered in PGA Tour 97 are the golfer animations. The players sort of ride a bumpy road. More generally, the game doesn't represent anything terribly new - it's another golf game, though it's a good follow-up to PGA Tour 96. Although it essentially explores the same old turf, fans of PGA 96 (and even console gamers who yearn to tee-off for the first time), will probably be driven to buy this title.
All Game Guide (1998)
The main thing that stands out is its lack of growth or evolution from PGA Tour 96. Aside from the new courses, it is basically the same game and this hurts it in the end. However, since PGA Tour 96 never appeared on the Saturn, this is probably the best golf game you can find on the system.
The Video Game Critic (Dec 24, 2000)
PGA Tour 97 is playable, but it's a long, slow game. Incidentally, this was the game that began a long, downward spiral for EA golf games in general.