Mario Golf: Super Rush
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Speed Golf is a fun addition, but a poor adventure mode, a slight selection of courses and low replayability results in Mario Golf: Super Rush being an underwhelming entry into the series.
Running between shots can be chaotic fun, but Mario Golf truly lives in its ever-soothing standard mode.
Swings in multiple different directions without ever making a convincing impact. While Mario Golf: Super Rush isn't too rough in most places, it's just not on par compared to other recent golf games.
The best Mario Golf game since the N64 original and while it does have some odd ideas they're almost all optional, resulting in an impressively comprehensive sporting experience.
Whether you want to play 18 holes of traditional golf or blast your opponents into oblivion, Mario Golf: Super Rush is a fun package for both fans and non-fans of the real-life sport
Mario Golf: Super Rush is the best Mario sports game in over a decade
Mario Golf: Super Rush is a fast-paced spin on the relaxing sport that oozes excitement.
Mario Golf: Super Rush is still a fairly solid golf experience, but it will need some of that aforementioned post-launch support to match up with previous sports spinoffs for me. It satisfies a craving for some arcade-style golf multiplayer, and I can see myself having some fun playing an 18-hole trek with friends online a few more times. I’m just hoping for some more reasons to keep me coming back.
It doesn't matter if you like golf or not. Nintendo has turned it all over to make this slow sport a pure craziness with running, special shots or traps, making choices that will appeal all kind of gamers. All topped with an exquisite control and nice and colorful graphics. It's a shame that the story mode and online don't offer a little more...
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