Mario Golf (N64) Reviews
Newest Review: ... you have the gameboy version of this game, you can upload your character you have made there to the big game - which is very ... more
Customer Mario Golf (N64) Reviews (7)
by - written on 25/11/09 (Very useful, 17 readings)
Yet another title featuring everyones favourite Italian American plumber. Isn't everyone getting sick of seeing this dungaree wearing, four foot tall moustachioed man? The answer is an emphatic NO!!! For there is a reason why there are so many Mario games available, simply put, it's because Nintendo just keep getting it right. Mario games are fun and addictive pretty much accross the board, with Mario Golf being no exception. On first impressions, one may expect this title would be more geared towards Mario fans than Golf game fans, this isn't entirely the case. Mario Golf manages to feel pretty real, the ball physics feel quite genuine. I mean it's not ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/07/01, updated on 23/07/01 (Very useful, 58 readings)
If you have any interest in video golf whatsoever, you need to get this game. Nintendo has succeeded in making a golf game that is fun and challenging for young and grown-up people alike. There are several different types of play in the game. You can play by yourself in tournament mode, in head-to-head mode against the computer or other golfers, in ring mode, speed mode, or in mini-golf. Tournament mode is the big one - you start with a variety of Nintendo characters to choose from and one course to play on. Completing rounds earns you experience points, which are used to unlock other courses and characters. You also get trophies for finishing in the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/01/01, updated on 27/01/01 (Very useful, 41 readings)
When I think of a golf game, I used to think ‘boring’, but Mario Golf has changed my opinion! This is supposed to make golf fun, and it succeeds in doing just that. The game is easy to pick up, because if you want you can just aim and hit. However, if you want to go into more detail, you can choose clubs, strike the ball at angles and even try to counteract the wind! There are also several play modes, including a speed mode (fastest to finish wins) and a ring shot mode (hit the ball through rings). This versatility makes the game last, and ensures that you endure to become a golf master! Also, if you have a game boy and a transfer pack, you can import .. Read the complete review
by - written on 26/09/01, updated on 26/09/01 (Very useful, 66 readings)
Many big magazine critics have given this game 90%+ and to be honest I would not be one to disagree. This game dishes out just as much fun as the lately released Mario Tennis and has quite a lot to boast about. The best factor of the game is that there is not a main 1-player mode, there are many different ways to play and all are just as much fun as each other. You can play a match mode, skins mode, mini-golf and many others all of which are great fun and see Mario and co. at their very best! The game, Like Mario tennis makes you work long and hard for extra characters and courses and despite the fact that there are only 6 courses in total this is plenty seeing ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/06/01, updated on 12/06/01 (Very useful, 24 readings)
I bought my children a Ninentdo 64 game console three years back and during that period the only game that I’ve actually every played with them was Fifa2000 (I always choose Brazil). However that was not until Mario Golf came along. They insisted that I play a game with them and after playing just once I am now an addict. I never really liked golf and found it rather boring, but after playing this game you get to understand what golf is about and I have now taken an interest in the game and watch it regularly on television. You select a character and the more you play the better he gets and the more enjoyable it becomes. ... Read the complete review
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