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We Love Golf!

We Love Golf!
European game cover
Developer(s) Camelot
Publisher(s) Capcom
Composer(s) Motoi Sakuraba
Platform(s) Wii
Release date(s)
  • JP December 13, 2007
  • EU July 4, 2008
  • NA July 15, 2008
  • AUS August 7, 2008
Genre(s) Sport
Distribution Wii Optical Disc

We Love Golf! (Japanese: ウイーラブゴルフ! Hepburn: Uī Rabu Gorufu!?) is a sports video game for the Wii video game console, developed by Camelot and published by Capcom. The game was released December 13, 2007 in Japan, July 4, 2008 in Europe, North America on July 15, 2008, and in Australia on August 7, 2008.

Gameplay

We Love Golf! is played by swinging the Wii Remote like a golf club. There are numerous courses in the game, including a beach resort and a desert ruin, as well as courses based around pirate and candy themes.[1]

The game allows players to use Mii avatars as playable characters.[2] In addition, a number of Capcom costumes can be unlocked.[1]

The European, North American and Australian releases of the game also feature online play via the Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection.[3]

Reception

IGN gave the game 7.4/10. IGN explained that We Love Golf! has good fast and easy to learn controls. But the cast of characters for the game were forgettable.

Before the game released, editors and journalists complained about the difficulty of the putting system. Upon its release Stateside, the putting had seen a drastic overhaul to make it much easier. It has been a double-edged sword that most reviews so far have complained that the putting is now too easy, since Camelot took the negative feedback on putting difficulty so critically.

References

External links

  • Official Japanese site
  • IGN
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