Tiger Woods PGA Tour 10 - Wii

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Viewed: 3D Third-person, floating camera Genre:
Sport: Golf
Media: DVD Arcade origin:No
Developer: EA Tiburon Soft. Co.: Electronic Arts
Publishers: Electronic Arts (GB/GB)
Released: 3 Jul 2009 (GB)
Ratings: PEGI 3+, ESRB Everyone
Accessories: Wii MotionPlus


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If it's summer then it must be time once again for the biggest annual event in golf games; the release of a new EA Sports PGA Tour Golf version. Electronic Arts' PGA Golf Games franchise dates all the way back to 1991 and the series has been endorsed by Tiger Woods, the most famous name in golfing, since PGA Tour 2005.

As always the game bring the most realistic golf simulation to a range of home consoles, in a manner that is playable by even the most ham-fisted duffer. But as always, EA have added a range of new features to keep existing players entertained and to attract new ones.

Apart from tinkering with club distances to make the game more realistic, EA has also made PGA Tour 10 compatible with the Wii MotionPlus - so your on screen character accurately mimics your real-life movements. This gives even more accurate club control and the ability to control the draw and fade of your shot. Putting accuracy is also enhanced: a single long rang putter takes account of backswing length, and speed of stroke to control power and distance.

Tiger Woods' PGA Tour 10 also features the ability to play in the U.S. Open and the USGA Championship for the first time in the series' history.

There are a range of single player, multi-player and on-line game modes

There is the usual line up of tournament courses, with a selection of new ones including Bethpage Black, Torrey Pines, and Oakmont. And on-course weather is dynamic in real-time using an on-line connection to the Weather Channel - if it's raining in Torrey Pines in real life, it will be in the game too.

A new mode, Tournament Challenge, enables players to replicate the set-up famous shots and holes from the history of the PGA tour, and see if they can play through better than the pros did.