Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2000
Genre Sport -> Sport
Today's Rank 30450
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USA
Date N/A
Publisher Electronic Arts
UK
Date 2003-03-14
Publisher N/A
Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2000 Just as Tiger Woods continues to win tournament after tournament, EA Sports continues to release excellent computer golf simulations year after year. What's most impressive is that EA Sports not only improves upon previous versions, but also ups the technology ante with each new release. The best new feature is "Play Against the Pros": gamers can participate shot for shot against nine different PGA Tour members in selected tournaments. On tournament day, simply join EA Sports's free online gaming service and select the round you wish to play (for more information, visit the Web site at http://www.playagainstthepros.com). It's a clever bridge between real life, the Internet, and computer gaming. Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2000 offers three new courses (TPC at Herron Bay, TPC at Piper Glen, and TPC at Prestancia) to EA Sports' usual slate for a total of eight exclusive courses; furthermore, all courses from the 1999 edition are compatible. If that's still not enough to satisfy, EA Sports has included "Course Architect," allowing users to create their own golf courses from the ground up. Even with an emphasis on new features, Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2000 still plays an excellent round of golf, exemplified by an intuitive interface, beautiful graphics, and several gameplay modes, including skins, match play, shootout, fourball, and foursomes. Nine PGA Tour members are represented, to either play as or against; EA Sports has even included famous golf amateur Michael Jordan, a first for the series. Multiplayer also doesn't disappoint; players can hop on EA Sports Net, EA Sports's free online service, and challenge human players worldwide in a single round of golf or even organized tournaments. In retaining its crown as the most complete golf simulation on the market, Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2000 refines minor nitpicks from last year's version and adds revolutionary new features. --Doug Radcliffe Pros: Groundbreaking "Play Against the Pros" feature Extensive (and free) multiplayer features make online golfing a breeze Beautiful graphics are brought to life through dynamic cameras Course designer ensures unlimited replayability Compatible with last year's courses Cons: Only offers three brand-new courses to the series
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