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ProStroke Golf: World Tour 2007 (PSP)

ProStroke Golf: World Tour 2007 (PSP)
alaScore 70

7 reviews

Dec, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 7 reviews of ProStroke Golf: World Tour 2007 (PSP). The average rating for this product is 2.8/5, compared to an average rating of 3.8/5 for other PlayStation Portable Games (PSP) for all reviews.

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PlayStation Portable Games (PSP) the ProStroke Golf: World Tour 2007 (PSP) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 70/100 = Good quality.

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(Based on 7 reviews)

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Amazon.co.uk review summary for ProStroke Golf: World Tour 2007 (PSP)

 

alaTest has collected and analyzed 3 user reviews of ProStroke Golf: World Tour 2007 (PSP) from Amazon.co.uk. The average user rating for this product is 3.0/5, compared to an average user rating of 4.0/5 for other PlayStation Portable Games (PSP) on Amazon.co.uk.

67% of the reviews on Amazon.co.uk give this product a positive rating.

This summary is based on the product: ProStroke Golf: World Tour 2007 (PSP)

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ProStroke Golf: World Tour 2007

 

Despite golf being a natural for a hand held game, no game has been able to make it worth your while to play

Great control scheme ; Plenty of courses to play ; Course designer is well done

Everything is bland:graphics, career mode, sound ; A forced playing partner makes for al long round of golf ; Commentary is dull and inaccurate

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ProStroke Golf: World Tour 2007

 

Pro Stroke Golf: World Tour 2007 features a collection of 18 courses and a group of licensed players that includes Sergio Garcia, Justin Rose, Colin Montgomerie, Ben Curtis, and other professionals. Game modes include the standard match play, career, and

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ProStroke Golf: World Tour 2007

 

Everybody's golf?

Quite why painstakingly translating real-world atoms and physics into virtual pixels and engines should make a game any more fun is a mystery to those among us who actually quite like quirky characters, with their super-wide eyes and preposterous...

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