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Everybody's Golf (PS Vita)
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- Platform: PlayStation Vita
- PEGI Rating: Ages 3 and Over
- Media: Video Game
- Item Quantity: 1
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Hit the fairway as everybody's favourite golf franchise swings its way onto Vita. Make use of the innovative touch screen controls, motion sensor and new shot system in quick rounds or tournaments that will delight golfing newbie's and old pros alike.
- Land that elusive hole-in-one thanks for intuitive touchscreen controls and dynamic new shot system.
- Plot your route to the pin using the touchscreen and rear touch pad to look around the course.
- Play online via Playstation Network - enter thrilling live tournaments or enjoy a leisurely, turn-based round with friends when it suits you.
Hit the fairway as everybody’s favourite golf series tees off on PS Vita. Explore a variety of visually stunning courses and make use of the innovative touchscreen controls, motion sensor and new shot system to drive, chip and putt your way to the pin. Whether you’re looking to enjoy a quick round or enter a giant online tournament, Everybody’s Golf® will delight golfing newbies and old pros alike.
- Tap and drag the touchscreen to interact with the environment, and use the dual analog sticks and motion sensor to look around the entire course
- Includes all the quirky characters, costumes and collectible items you’d expect from the Everybody’s Golf® series.
- Effortless online modes and LiveArea™ social networking features make it easy for anyone to set up a game, chat with other players and get a round or tournament under way.
- Online golf for all with both simultaneous and turn-based competitive online play – enter live tournaments or enjoy a leisurely round with friends taking shots when the time suits you.
Top Customer Reviews
E.G. at first glance appears to be a simplistic cartoon styled Golf game. The characters are heavily stylized and anime inspired, the courses are fictional and have wildlife on the fairways and major obstacles (buildings for example) in the direct path to the hole. It would be easy after a couple of minutes play to conclude this was not a deep Golfing game.
However, spend a bit more time and you begin to see that underneath the cutesy exterior there is a much deeper gaming experience. The actual golf mechanics are simple enough using timed button presses to set shot power and hook/slice. There are then additional controls to induce spin in various directions and special shots which are limited in number, that can be used to gain an edge - it's in these extra abilities where the game becomes serious if you want to attain the best scores.
You start as a novice golfer. In order to progress to Intermediate and higher levels, you complete golfing challenges which, in the Single Player element involve playing rounds of golf and gaining points through doing so. Points are awarded on a shot by shot and hole by hole basis. A good drive for example nets some points, ending up in the rough gets less or no points. The challenges start off easy - 9 holes against a weak set of computer players. As you get deeper into the game the challenges take on greater difficulty and new rules are introduced (+2 for landing in a bunker for example, or extremely strong winds).
Progression unlocks new characters, courses, clubs, balls, clothing, music and other items - there is a significant collection game available in here if that's your thing.Read more ›
I was a little trepedatious at first as it seemed a bit too Anime-like and corny. However nothing can mask the sheer fun you have playing this title. Not only are there lots of modes (including online match ups) but there's plenty of unlockables to keep you going. The courses are certainly not made to look like St Andrews or any other well known course. Typically its the wackier the better.
For a title that will mostly be overlooked by many who own a Vita it's the best (ok the only) golf sim on the mobile device. However I can't see anything beating it for sheer fun. EA can keep Tiger Woods, I'll be playing as some weird looking Japanese kid.
Everybody's Golf doesn't utilise many of the Vita's new control systems. In fact, you can play the entire game with the D-pad, shoulder buttons and face buttons. This is not surprising given the game's roots on PlayStation and on PSP. You can use the Vita `s rear touch pad to view distances to points on the screen which can be useful in planning your shot's approach. You can also use the Vita `s tilt sensors to look around, but this isn't very useful. The left analog stick can be used to point the camera (not useful to me) and the right stick is not used at all. Nevertheless, the Vita is a great platform for the game as it benefits from the power of the system in its graphics, looking a lot like the PS3 game.
The singleplayer mode is made up of `Challenges' which are essentially nine- or eighteen-hole rounds in which you have to beat a field of twenty other players. You score points as you play by doing things like getting the ball on the fairway, or on the green in the right number of shots, but these points are secondary to the number of shots you've taken when it comes to tournament standings.
The online mode is implemented really cleverly. There are three daily tournaments available for you to participate in.Read more ›
psvita version graphically amazing. well impressed with the overall package.
a must for your PS Vita collection.
The basic game consists of progressing through challenges of varying rank, increasing in difficulty as you go. Most of these involve 9 holes on one of 6 course, both in and out 9s and also mirror versions where the course is flipped left-to-right. The courses are full of character and range from lush green mountain landscapes to links courses by the sea, with some outrageous designs with greens on islands and so on. There are characters you can pick to play as, each having different strengths and weaknesses, and more can be unlocked as you go along. You play rounds against 19 other AI players and if you win, you'll receive a star to unlock more challenges, and some points which can be spent in the shop. Characters can be ranked up, which unlocks extra abilities, such as special shots.
The shop contains ball and club upgrades as well as character unlocks - and costumes for the characters (this is a Japanese game after all) which can be customised with different colours etc. If you fullfil certain criteria on each challenge (get a birdie on a particular hole, land within 3ft of the pin etc) you'll unlock a crown, and when you collect enough of these you will unlock VS challenges where to go head to head in a match play against one of the characters - beating them will mean you can buy them in the shop and play as them. Some of these challenges seem almost impossible at first but as you get better you start to realise they are achievable, albeit very difficult.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
For anyone considering buying this game, then I say buy it. I don't have it for my Vita, but I have it on my PSP and I can tell you it is fantastic. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Wayne L
Reminds me a lot of Mario Golf toadstool tour. Arcade feel, smooth and colourful with unlockables including new clubs, tees and characters. Best golf game on Vita.Published 22 months ago by Fallendarkest