Everybody's Golf is a reasonably priced game that will give you many hours of enjoyment. Don't let the cutesy graphics dissuade you, it's a great game to play. Even if you own Grand Theft Auto 5.
Everybody's Golf takes a fresh start by going online and enhancing its progess system. The Turf War mode is a fun way to change your approach by going so much faster than usual, and this time you have to actually use your stuff to make it better. Wherever it is your first time going for a put or not, it is the most fun you can get with a golfing game. However, its limited number of courses and its clumsy design might miss the boat...
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With Everybody's Golf, Clap Hanz gives longtime fans and newcomers plenty of reason to hit the links, even if it doesn't quite live up to all its promise.
There are a few design and progression issues but, ultimately, Everybody's Golf is a triumphant return for the series. The golf gameplay is deep yet simple enough to fully understand, there is a huge amount of content both online and off to get stuck into, and the light-hearted tone and style make the world a joy to spend time in.
Everybody's Golf is a decent update for the series that retains the fantastic fun and gameplay found in earlier versions, but the hours of grinding required to unlock the full experience won't be for everyone.
Everybody's Golf looks good and has the same fun, breezy feel as previous versions, combined with intriguing online modes and a surprising amount of depth. The new open-world, online focus creates a new energy in what has always been a conservative series.
With a low barrier to entry and a high skill ceiling, charming design, and reasons to play for a long time, Everybody's Golf really is golf for everybody. What? You were expecting a hole-in-one pun?
Everybody's Golf is simply too easy. It's playable in multiplayer modes, but there is not enough content to spend with the game more that couple of hours at once.
Review in Polish | Read full review
After a lengthy wait, we finally have the long running Everybody's Golf series on Playstation 4. The new elements aren't quite as expansive as hoped, but the core game is still incredibly delightful
If mini golf elements, playfulness were upsized and applied to full scale courses.