Tiger Woods 11 is a Sporting game available on the PS3 360 Wii.
Tiger Woods 11 is a Sporting game. Sports games recreate a wide variety of real life competitive activities. Depending on the sport, these will either have an action or strategy focus. Popular sports games are often released on an annual basis, each year the game receives new player rosters and game improvements.
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Tiger Woods 11 PS3 may be a realistic golf simulation, but when it comes to fun this returning gamer still has a soft spot for Mario Golf on the Gameboy.
Electronic Arts really like their menus. In my mind's eye I see EA employing a whole building of staff whose job it is to make it as inconvenient and complicated as possible for the player to actually start playing the game.
Tiger Woods Move extends the Wii-mote motion in impressive style. But around this swing mechanic it fails to attend to a host of hard-won design decisions on the Wii version that turned a gimmick into a genuine sporting experience. There's always next year.
Tiger Woods is a waiting game. I'm not talking about having the nerve to hold your shot average for the duration of a course, but the time it has taken for EA to deliver their motion controlled promises.
Tiger Woods 360 invigorates things with a 24 person multiplayer and Ryder cup mode. But it's hard to live without the Wii's real swing for anyone who plays in the real world.
Tiger Woods survives as a viable brand and this year's 360 continues in strong fashion. New courses, online team play and the first appearance of the Ryder cup combine to offer enough reasons for golf fanatics to update.
Tiger Woods 11 Wii crafts an addictively unique swing. It's most impressive because it responds to real golf technique, and has me practising even when I'm not playing.
When I stop playing games I usually have a nagging feeling that I've wasted my time. Shooting, running and gunning, or even saving imaginary universes doesn't feel enough to compensate the energy and effort expended.
Tiger Woods 11 Wii adds depth and fidelity to their MotionPlus enhanced real golf swing. This creates an experience that combines the best of previous versions, and offers something a little extra for golfing experts - video gaming and real world.
Sports games recreate a wide variety of real life competitive games. Depending on the sport, these will either have an action or strategy focus. Popular sports games are often released on an annual basis, each year the game receives new player rosters and game improvements.
Tiger Woods 11 may not reinvent the game, but for real world players or pro Wii golfers, it's the game of choice. Enhanced MotionPlus swinging and the new first person view combine to create a realistic rendition of my favourite pastime.
I was largely impressing with what I heard about Tiger Woods 10 and the new MotionPlus controls, but I having invested in the previous year's game I restrained from buying it. Even my first few minutes with Tiger Woods 11 I realised with MotionPlus this is an entirely different game.
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