Mario Golf critics seem to have forgotten about Everybody’s Golf


Mario Golf has been out for a little while and it’s absolutely perfect and enjoyable if you’re a huge Nintendo fan. But there is one thing with a lot of criticism that endlessly upsets me.

See, a lot of sites have done this thing where just looking at the features of Mario Golf they forget about golf royalty and it drives me nuts. The infamous “AVClub” recently dropped this title in their feed and I wanted to cut a hole in the drywall: “Nintendo has finally fixed golf, a sport that has been terrible for centuries”

In the article, the author explains in detail how adding things like a golf course has made what is normally a boring game exciting.

Ex. Cuse. Me?

For years there has been a series of golf games known as Everyone’s golf. Or in states where you may have witnessed the time he was called Hot Shots Golf. It not only came out years ago, but has it all Mario golf a and more. Watch this trailer and spot all the different things.

First of all, you can create your own character from a wide variety of parts which can be used to create crazy characters. I have characters that look like death DBZ‘s Krillan, at a location on Kazuma in Yakuza series.

Second, crossovers have created incredible opportunities like being able to drive in a cart that looks like someone from Yo-kai Watch or, better yet, ride a Chocobo.

There are online multiplayer modes where you have to run and drive frantically on a golf course trying to get as many points as possible within a time limit. There are massive tournament modes where up to 50 people can play at the same time. There are areas where people can just walk around, hang out and chat. And even fishing. If there is a large water trap with a dock, you can go there when you are not golfing and just start fishing.

As, Mario golf is correct. But honestly, don’t say he invented this stuff. Damn, Mario golf even took his mechanic swing from Everyone’s golf. Don’t forget Dre.

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