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Tiger Woods PGA Tour 09 All-Play

Released on 29 August 2008

Rating: 3+ (PEGI)

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Whether you're a seasoned veteran or hitting the links for the first time, now everybody swings on an even playing field in Tiger Woods PGA Tour 09 All-Play. Your career begins under the watchful eye of Hank Haney, Tiger Woods' real-life coach, who takes you under his wing, helps you tune your clubs, and provides training drills to help improve your game. With experience under your belt and confidence as your ally, take aim at family, friends, and rivals in fun and challenging game modes, including the new Golf Party minigame mode. With improved swing mechanics, an all-new controller system, and tutelage from one of the game's best coaches, play your way to the top of the leaderboard with Tiger Woods PGA Tour 09 All-Play.

EA Sports All-Play: All-new swing type allows gamers of all levels to play together taking the guesswork out of setting shots and showing gamers exactly where their ball will end up before every shot.

Wii Exclusive Golf Party Mode: Battle your family and friends in up to 15 fun and challenging minigames including ball juggling, range cart showdown, shooting gallery and speed golf, that keep the competition fierce long after you finish your round.

    New Online Mode: All-new four-player Online Simultaneous Play allows you to compete in a four person round in the same time it takes to play single-player. No more waiting for your buddies to hit their shot. You will see ball trails from each of your playing partners as the foursome plays the hole at the same time.

      Performance Coach: The Tour pros have their coaches and now you do too. Tiger Woods' real life coach Hank Haney will guide you through your career right from the start and help you improve your confidence. Haney is constantly watching your performance and assessing areas for improvement. When you're having trouble he'll provide you training events to help increase your confidence.

        Tune Your Clubs to Maximise Your Swing: With the all-new Club Tuner you'll be able to tune your wedges, irons, woods and driver to customise your bag and get the most out of every club. But strategy will come into play as you must weigh the risks of club performance versus ease of use. So tune wisely!

          New Courses and Golfers: New challenges await with exotic new locations including Gary Player Country Club in South Africa, Wentworth Country Club in England and more. International stars join the action in Tiger Woods PGA Tour 09 All-Play with Se Ri Pak, Darren Clarke, Nick Dougherty and Rory McIlroy challenging you as you make your way through your career.

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           Average rating (48 reviews)

           Very good golf game, despite the odd glitch.

          | | See all faffmeister's reviews (3)

          In a nutshell, this is the best golf game I have ever played. It's not perfect, but swinging the Wii-mote to play shots works so well that I can't imagine going back to any other control method. The putting is tricky, but gets a lot easier when you increase your putting ability using "My Skills" and buy a decent putter. Do this ASAP unless you are a glutton for punishment. Beware, there are some bugs. For example, NEVER concede a hole in match play as this seems to destroy your average score and this will make qualifying for Q-School almost impossible. Also if you replay a shot, you may receive a different outcome the second time around. However this can be useful when you receive an unlucky bounce, as sometimes you'll get a good bounce on the replayed version. This has got me out of the water and bunkers numerous times! Buy the game, invest a little bit of time and I think you'll be happy you own a Wii.

           Best Tiger Woods yet?

          | | See all cosmicsheep25's reviews (4)

          I pesonally love this game. The graphics are really good the options are pretty endless with a vast amount of courses to play on and characters to play against and the abiltity to tinker with the difficulty of the game to suit your ability. I have had this for about a month and am still completly hooked and I have not even got around to playing online yet which I hear is an excellent feature. A lot of people have moaned about the putting; it is awkward to begin with but practice makes perfect. Personally I like the game to be as difficult to play as possible as I find on the older games I always used to post rediculously low scores all the time which got really boring. I have noticed a couple of glitches; mainly regarding the replays. I scored an albatross on one hole and replayed the shot only for the replay to show the ball missing the hole by centimetres forcing me to tap in for an eagle - thus no more replays for me on this game I think!!!! Definetley recommend you buy this if you like a good round of golf.

           Most intuitive golf game ever!!!

          | | See all thenewgodofwar's reviews (15)

          I dont usually by sports games - the thought of sitting in doors in front of the telly recreating something i could be doing outdoors in the sun doesnt usually appeal. However having only once played true golf and sucking at it miserabley, - and not having sufficient financial resources for tuition and course time - Golf is one of the few sporting pursuits I would rather tackle from the comfort of my own living room.
          Having previously owned and loved '05 on the PS2, i was initialy tentative about this wii offering. Too many multi-platform games have been ruined on ninty's console due to failure to utilise the remote or by trying to cram button intensive features onto the remotes, admitedly sparse, button layout. However on seing that this wasnt a direct port of the PS3 and XBox versions, rather a wii specific version, I allowed myself to be sucked in and purchased.

          Bloody glad i did. This has proved to be the most intuitive golf game i have ever played, thanks, in the large part, to the way that the remote has been implemented in the play. Swing back with the remote and the onscreen character matches the depth of your arc. lower your swing slightly and your character reduces their swing also. movements are translated directly and near-instantly onto the screen, helping you to learn how to control your swing better and eliminate the guesswork out of shots.

          Theres plenty of features crammed in there too. Play alone through the PGA cup or challenge modes, hook up with friends and indulge in a myriad of mini games (my favourite being battle golf) or take your game online and compete against other players to improve your rank and standing on the online leaderboards.
          Online play is a peach - quick to connect, a steady stream of opponents and very little hanging about. And unlike ninty's own online offerings, you can even communicate with your opponents, OK, Your limited to a set of pre-selected phrases but its a step in the right direction at least.

          Too good to be true, i hear you cry? well, almost, the comentary is boring and repetetive, the putting takes a little while to get used to - at first youll hit miles too hard or fall well short of the pin - and it can be a little hard to guage shot strength as theres no onscreen feedback untill after the ball is in the air. However, you can turn the comentary off, and after a few hours off practice on different courses and in different conditions you'll be hitting the ball exactly as you planned to - more often than not.

          All in all TW 09 All-play is about as good as golf gets without playing it for real. There really is very little to fault it on and the sense of acheivment when you land your first hole in one overshaddows any of the minor niggles mentioned.

           What's the problem??

          | | See all Dgozzy's reviews (1)

          I have to disagree with everyones reviews of the putting.I'll admit it takes a while to adjust to it,but once you do,i found it a welcome addition.If you play golf,you know that to putt,you don't stand with a straight back.If you lean over just slightly,it reduces the awkwardness of the putting,and makes it far more enjoyable.An awesome game.

           Buy it....................

          | | See all Cockneygooner's reviews (2)

          Having played solidly for a year on TW 08 i couldn't wait for 09 to pop through my letterbox & i have to say that it was well worth the wait. The putting is different ob this year's version but once practised a bit then i easily got the hag of it. The best bit of this release though is undoubtedly the online option which i have played a lot & with a perfect connection everytime.

          10/10 for me as it's a fantastic game & thoroughly recommended.

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          Rating3+ (PEGI)