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Re: The Racketboy Golf (Game) Club

by BogusMeatFactory Thu Feb 05, 2015 6:52 pm

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Super Swing Golf 1 is down right unplayable as the motion controls are so inconsistent you just can't play it. I have no idea if the sequel was better but I don't remember anyone rating it really high either so probably not. Tiger Woods was the best because it properly used the motion controls and the balance board and copied a swing about as good as you could get. We Love Golf rated pretty well, Camelot I think made it so it's basically Hot Shots with (optional?) motion controls and an overall good setup. Wii Sports, easy to look up that one and you could just download the one day trial Nintendo has out there and experiment.


Yeah Super Swing Golf 2 is not any better. My older brother had zero problem with the controls, but for me, I can't hit the ball with any consistency. I just recently fired it up and it is unplayably difficult.
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Re: The Racketboy Golf (Game) Club

by prfsnl_gmr Thu Feb 05, 2015 6:55 pm

Tanooki wrote:Super Swing Golf 1 is down right unplayable as the motion controls are so inconsistent you just can't play it. I have no idea if the sequel was better but I don't remember anyone rating it really high either so probably not.


It's interesting that you write that. Super Sing Golf received very solid reviews from both amateur and "professional" video game critics, and I think that golf is one of the few gaming genres where motion controls work exceptionally well. It was also developed by the team behing the Pangya! fantasy golf games, which are much beloved on this forum. That said, I have not spent much time with the game; so, I cannot speak to its quality, however.
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Re: The Racketboy Golf (Game) Club

by BogusMeatFactory Thu Feb 05, 2015 6:57 pm

prfsnl_gmr wrote:
Tanooki wrote:Super Swing Golf 1 is down right unplayable as the motion controls are so inconsistent you just can't play it. I have no idea if the sequel was better but I don't remember anyone rating it really high either so probably not.


It's interesting that you write that. Super Sing Golf received very solid reviews from both amateur and "professional" video game critics, and I think that golf is one of the few gaming genres where motion controls work exceptionally well. It was also developed by the team behing the Pangya! fantasy golf games, which are much beloved on this forum. That said, I have not spent much time with the game; so, I cannot speak to its quality, however.


Super Swing is literally Pangya. It is the same characters, same universe and if you hit it just right they still yell out, "PANGYA!" I have honestly tried again and again to get the controlers right, but every time they fly off in the most oddball of directions. I feel it is impossible to play and I have spent hours practicing and trying to get it right.

Still love the Pangya games though as I have been playing more and more of Pangya Online!
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Re: The Racketboy Golf (Game) Club

by BoneSnapDeez Thu Feb 05, 2015 7:16 pm

So PangYa is Korean, huh? Just realized that.

Got the PSP game a few days ago. Pretty cool so far. My wife asked if it was "Hentai Golf."
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Re: The Racketboy Golf (Game) Club

by BogusMeatFactory Thu Feb 05, 2015 7:17 pm

BoneSnapDeez wrote:So PangYa is Korean, huh? Just realized that.

Got the PSP game a few days ago. Pretty cool so far. My wife asked if it was "Hentai Golf."


Come play Pangya online on your PC! You know you want to! Be cool and play with Noise! Don't you want to be cool!? I know you do! I'm not desperate at all! Honest!
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Re: The Racketboy Golf (Game) Club

by retrosportsgamer Fri Feb 06, 2015 10:52 am

ExedExes wrote:I'd count Kirby's Dream Course only because it's many different types of awesome.



Definitely on our mini-golf sub genre list. Such a unique game.

https://retrosportsgamer.wordpress.com/ ... eam-sport/

What other unique mini-golf titles are out there?
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Re: The Racketboy Golf (Game) Club

by noiseredux Fri Feb 06, 2015 10:54 am

not a golf game proper, but I remember there being mini golf courses in one of the Rugrats games on PS1 that was pretty fun.
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by ExedExes Fri Feb 06, 2015 12:52 pm

The Monkey Golf minigame on Super Monkey Ball (Gamecube).

How could I forget that.
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Re: The Racketboy Golf (Game) Club

by meat Sat Feb 07, 2015 8:26 am

http://www.amazon.com/TV-Games-Deluxe-G ... B004S572PE
Is this the good golden tee golf verison??
Does snk arcade classic vol 1 for wii have classic controller support?
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by retrosportsgamer Sat Feb 07, 2015 9:06 am

SNK Arcade Classics does have classic controller support.
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