Overall, Everybody's Golf can be a fun game, but I think they painted too broad of a picture by claiming it's "Everybody's Golf." Personally, I would have left it as Hot Shots and called it a day.
Clap Hanz's effort to evolve Everybody's Golf is a successful way of thinking outside of the box.
Everybody's Golf is still the funniest and fresh golf game you remembered on the previous PlayStation systems. Now it has a new focus on online multiplayer, and it works very good.
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Overall, Everybody's Golf is a fun game that pretty much everyone will enjoy. If you are going to be playing this, play with your friends locally or online for a fantastic experience. The single-player mode becomes a grind rather quickly and the game could use a few more courses to avoid feeling repetitive.
Over six months after it's launch, I still play Everybody's Golf regularly as I slowly move towards unlocking a new Platinum trophy for my collection – It's everything I wanted it to be and a little more. Clap Hanz really outdid themselves on this title.
How it has been allowed for Everybody's Golf to exist on PlayStation is beyond anyone's comprehension, but may Sony continue to get away with this tomfoolery for another twenty years because it's simply a pleasure to have Everybody's Golf on PS4. Accessible for all ages, play styles and ability, this is a game that is the closest thing a player is going to get to being gently hugged whilst holding a DualShock.
Still the most enjoyable videogame golf, and also the most charming, with a successful move to an open world approach. More variety and a fundamental overhaul of the core mechanics are the only points lacking.
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Overall though, Everybody's Golf sticks firmly to the fairway, though it swings a little too wildly too often and dumps itself in the bunker at times too.
The latest iteration of Everybody's Golf represents an evolution for the classic PlayStation golf franchise. The new character progression system is one of the most welcomed features on top of the robust online modes and the freedom it offers on the golf course. If you can look beyond the grinding, you can enjoy a very pleasant virtual golf experience.
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Catering to both the casual and simulation golfer, Everybody's Golf strikes a nice balance of fun and challenge. There are plenty of things to keep you busy and the game is especially fun in couch co-op with friends. If you don't mind the arcade graphics and presentation, Everybody's Golf is sure to bring hours of fun and is a worthy successor to Hot Shots in every way.