Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2002 - PS2

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Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2002 (PS2)
Also for: PC
Viewed: 3D Combination Genre:
Sport: Golf
Media: CD Arcade origin:No
Developer: Electronic Arts Soft. Co.: Electronic Arts
Publishers: Electronic Arts (GB)
Released: 28 Jun 2002 (GB)
Ratings: 3+
Accessories: Memory Card
Features: Vibration Function Compatible


Grandslammer Tiger Woods has a natural flair for whacking a ball with a metal stick. He’s been the face of several of EA’s PGA Tour games, and he’s here for the 2002 update.

With many EA Sports updates, new statistics, more players and extra bonuses are the only improvements featured, but for PGA Tour 2002, the company has gone to the trouble of creating a completely new game engine. The game now includes noticeably enhanced visuals and refined ball physics. These are the two most important factors with Golf games, and EA’s efforts really make all the difference.

Spanning a total of seven courses, there are a massive 126 holes and a practice driving range to test and improve your skills on. To become a master of this game, you simply have to put in hours of practice. In theory, it’s a good idea to learn each and every hole in the game, but that only works if the environments remain identical each time. As with real life golf, this rarely happens. Wind and weather are the two most influential and unpredictable factors in golf, and players of this accurate simulation need to be able to dig themselves out of any golfing nightmare they are faced with. You must learn to judge how wind speed and terrain will affect the ball and compensate accordingly. If you can do that, you’ve mastered PGA Tour 2002.

A genuine golf simulator, but great for a casual post-pub/school gathering, Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2002 is one of those games where you can sit down, chill, and just enjoy playing. Refreshing.