posted by prototype888 (NORTH LAS VEGAS, NV) Apr 20, 2013
Member since Sep 2011
gamers (60%) found this review helpful
I mean if you want to get the most out of the game you know how EA games are your definitely going to have to get 800 Microsoft points or just buy the game. Main reason I wouldn't consider buying this game is you still have to purchase more courses. So basically yours still spending money. I forgot that spending 60bucks for a game today is not enough so if your willing to spend around 120 for everything well this is the one for you. Cool game play, graphics good other then that amount of money you will have to spend not a bad game.
gamers (83%) found this review helpful
Wish I could write a better review than this. But I can't. At the core is a good playing golf game, but EA strangles it to death with it's lazyness and greed. Both are on fine display in TW14. Same old glitches that have been around for years remain. That's not surprising and most of them can be worked around. But pathetic when a developer refuses to fix known glitches year after year.
Even worse when at the same time it's crystal clear they've spent many hours trying to figure out how to nickel and dime people. Day 1 DLC is everywhere and is expensive. Much of it courses that have been readily available in previous versions. If you enjoy online tournaments, you know you have to have all the DLC courses otherwise you're left out with nothing to play half the time. Just today, 2 days after release, well over half the Live tournaments were on DLC courses. Wasn't so bad last year when you could use in game coins to purchase the courses. But now it's either give EA even more cash, or just don't use the feature of the game that you've already spent money on.
Then there's the boost pins. Which if you play online you'll be forced to use unless you like getting destroyed. Calm the wind, shot previews, etc. You can still buy these with in game coins (shockingly) but they've lowered in game coin payouts by roughly 1/3 from last year while raising the cost of the pins. Which means they don't want you getting your pins by playing, they want you to continue to fork over $$$ to buy their silly coins so you can buy the even sillier boost pins.
Game could be a 8/9, but it's a 4. And that's generous. Games like this are why gamefly is so great.