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General Information

Available on:PCMay 9, 2018

Developer: ArticNet

Publisher: Chorus Worldwide Games

Genres: RPG, Sports

Once upon a time, the kingdom was a land of peace, harmony, and an all-consuming passion for the greatest sport - GOLF. Everyone in the land played day and night, and soon the kingdom itself was turned into the most beautiful course the world had ever seen. The land was happy. The land was good. Until the monsters came... In its obsession with golf, the people had become complacent, leaving the kingdom open to attack. Hole by hole, dungeon by dungeon, the monsters emerged and drove the people off the course. And a great sadness fell across the world. Then one day, a brave girl appeared, determined to play the finest course in the world. Armed only with her golf club, she would set forth to play the nine legendary holes. But first, she would need to rid the land of the monsters... RPGolf is an exciting blend of classic JRPG with 8-bit golf. Relive the nostalgia of the classic gaming age, but in an exciting new mash-up that combines the best of both worlds. Key features include: * Retro gaming graphics to transport you back to the 80s. * Simple, intuitive controls enable you to battle, golf, and explore the world. * 9 holes of golf, ready to be discovered across the world map. * Dungeons filled with treasure and danger! * Deadly boss fights. RPGolf seamlessly blends golf and RPG into one addicitve game. Battling monsters will level you up, allowing you to hit the ball further. Discovering new clubs and gloves scattered around the world will improve your golf game, and also give you the edge in combat. By blending 2 game styles together, RPGolf creates a brand-new take on both, unlike anything seen before.

RPGolf Reviews

There's a good idea in RPGolf, but it doesn't have the game mechanics to shine. The simplification of the golf mechanics is fine, as is the idea behind the combat. However, the enemy behavior and the other missing quality of life issues make this game more of a chore than something you'll want to be excited about. Its relatively cheap price means it's reasonable to buy it to check it out anyway, but don't expect much from it.

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A quirky, fun premise let down by poor design and implementation. Bright but inconsistent visuals and reliance on meme-style humour can't disguise the lack of fun within this budget RPG/Golf hybrid.

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RPGolf doesn’t make a particularly memorable first impression, but this is one of those games that exerts a certain pull that sees you continuing to play despite not understanding exactly why that is.

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