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Everybody's Golf is a damn fine golf game that boasts a ton of content, especially for a pretty low price. It's the perfect choice for casual fans and golfing veterans alike.
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.
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.
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.
A wonderful budget-priced title with no current competitors in the particular niche it occupies, Everybody’s Golf is a fantastic experience even for those who aren’t dedicated fans of the sport.
Everybody’s Golf is a game that can eat up your time if you enjoy golf. It’s just so interesting and fascinating that I didn’t even notice that I’ve been playing the game for so long. I would recommend this game if you need a game to just relax and have a chill experience.
It was the undisputed ruler of the golfing genre, and that crown remains unchallenged, but Everybody's Golf is one of few games that could benefit from better online integration.
In some ways Everybody's Golf has been well worth the wait. This is still the same gentle and appealing brand of arcade golf that fans have come to know and love, and it's easy to get caught up in the sheer fun of it all. However, once you venture online you'll discover that the game is currently deeply unbalanced, with micro-transactions and mobile-esque grinding sapping any sense of competition from proceedings, while asking players to reach for their wallets in order to gain an advantage. In a game that's supposed to be all about the golfing fun, Sony have categorically found a way to put you firmly in the rough.
If mini golf elements, playfulness were upsized and applied to full scale courses.
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.
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