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Been hitting some golf balls lately between writing projects, gives me something to look forward to. Mario Golf for the Gamecube was just released this week and it is a spectacular update from the N64 version, with fantasy locales and graphics that will make your jaw drop and mouth water. The play mechanics are updated as well with very tight controls and a variety of options. The controls are easy to pick up for the novice, and there's significant depth for the serious gamer. Nintendo strikes again with a very fun, very pretty, very accessible game for all ages. A classic Mario experience.


Hello Jay, I saw your website through Lawley's site, and it reminds me that you are similar as me.. I bought Mario Golf few days ago, felt like Nintendo 64 game with improved graphics and gameplay. The camera control system still needs fix. I still love to watch cinema introduction! Wacky, fun and thrilled! The game is still another classic Mario experience.

I would grade the game: A-.


Thanks Dave for the comment on Mario Golf... I agree the camera has a few problems, and there are other little flaws I've discovered as well, but these are minor overall. I also agree with your assessment: A-

After visiting your site I do see many similarities, so I'll be visiting often to see what you have to say! =)


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