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This is an overall decent game for Dreamcast. I was pleasantly surprised that it kept me occupied as long as it did. Coming off of the Tiger Woods era, I guess I may have been expecting a bit more than was to be truly expected but it was still a fun game and kept me happily satiated for a good amount of time. I think that the younger the person is, the more they would enjoy this as opposed to a more realistic golfing game. Recommended more for early teens Check it out!
Product description Complete with disc(s), official case, artwork, and manual. Case, artwork, and manual may show light wear. Disc(s) are professionally cleaned. Guaranteed functional or replacement. The first golf title for the Dreamcast, Tee Off is in the vein of arcade-style golf games like the Hot Shots Golf series on the PlayStation. Players control big-headed, Japanese animation-style characters on vibrantly-colored 3-D courses. Shots are viewed from multiple camera angles–including some mesmerizing aerial views–with the ball leaving a fading trail behind it. While Tee Off does require some basic golf knowledge, it uses a standardized control scheme which even those who’ve never played video golf will be able to pick up on right away. In addition to customizable difficulty levels, Tee Off offers various modes of play, including gate ball (think croquet in cyberspace) and world tour, which rewards players’ high scores by “unlocking” new characters and equipment. Admittedly, Tee Off isn’t for devotees of more simulation-oriented golf titles, as they’ll probably pass it off as kiddie fare. However, casual video golfers and those new to the armchair sport are in for one heck of a good time on the links. –Joe Hon Pros: Highly addictive arcade-style gameplay Great replay value Gate ball (cybercroquet) mode Cons: Japanese to English language translation is weak at times May not appeal to fans of more simulation-oriented golf titles See all Product description
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