Turbo Golf Racing Reviews
Turbo Golf Racing from Hugecalf Studios is an entertaining party game with cool art and fun power-ups, but its short matches and similarities to other kart racers might hinder its longevity.
Turbo Golf Racing is a poor man's Rocket League . Other than its interesting stage design and game-changing power-ups, the rest of the action is mundane and lifeless. However, if you are a fan of this racing-sports hybrid genre, you may get some enjoyment from it.
The hope is that more people continue to find the game in the near future to increase the player base and help open up the possibility of adding new playlists that will keep things fresh when looking ahead to the long-term relevance of the game.
Turbo Golf Racing is yet another fun and frantic online vehicle-based sports game that offers plenty of excellent competitive action.
At present Turbo Golf Racing is an absurdly enjoyable multiplayer title that enthusiastically positions itself as far more than a mere Rocket League knock-off (Early Access review).
Proving that cars and golf can somehow mix, this fun, futuristic, and fast-paced game stands tall and proud alongside Rocket League.
Turbo Golf Racing has satisfying ideas, but it’s hardly revolutionary, and the execution of its mechanics isn’t always up to par. The art design is colorful, most of the courses are interesting, and the pacing is fun. Sadly, the physics and controls can be a mess sometimes. This title offers just enough content and chaotic fun to balance that out, resulting in an enjoyable yet average experience.