Everybody's Golf Review

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At last, a golf game where you can distract your opponent. Brilliant!


Don’t let the bizarre graphics, cheesy music or cutesy characters fool you – this is one mean game of golf.

Using the old-fashioned three-click control system that will be familiar to anyone who’s ever played golf on a console or PC, Everybody’s Golf is simple to play but tough to master; genuine skill and patience are essential when it comes to putting, for example, requiring gamers to play close attention to microscopic variations in the slope of the green before they even think about tapping the ball.

But where Everybody’s Golf truly excels is in its multiplayer mode, which allows up to eight players to hit the courses via the PSP’s wireless connection and, in a feat of evil genius, press buttons to make noises and distract their rivals when they’re concentrating on their next shot.