Если бы Gusto Games пустила бюджет не на назойливую рекламу угасающей «звезды», а на постановку, лицензии и режимы, вышла бы достойная игра. В нынешнем же виде John Daly’s Prostroke Golf и порекомендовать-то некому.
Unlike John Daly himself, this game is devoid of personality. That being said, the ProStroke controls have their advantages over Tiger in some cases (except using PlayStation Move doesn't feel as good as in Tiger). With such a bare career mode I hope this game takes advantage of the fact that is has room to grow in future iterations.
John Daly's Prostroke Golf is a great display of how the Move controller can be implemented, and has officially made us excited about what the future of Move holds.
John Daly's ProStroke Golf is a good example of how to use the Move hardware effectively in a golf game, but nothing else is quite up to snuff.
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Parts of the game aren't entirely bad, but its simplistic approach will leave golf fans feeling cheapened. At best, this is a golf game for people who dislike golf.
The actual golfing mechanic is spot on and very impressive, but there isn't a lot to actually do. The landscapes are hopelessly dry and uninspired, and the soundtrack doesn't consist of much else than Daly's three power sentences that follow every shot. It works as a technical demonstration of what Move can do, but not much else. If you're looking for a good golf game, look somewhere else.