Tiger Woods 10 (Wii) Reviewed, in so Many Words


Tiger Woods 10 isn’t just a convincing case study for how MotionPlus can, in the hands of a skilled developer, turn Wii games into much more rich and rewarding experiences. It’s also one of the rare cases where the Wii version of a game is unquestionably the “big-boy” version—with more courses, more game modes, great online play, and controls so realistic and utterly addictive that the PS3 and 360 versions seem like mere toys by comparison. Only the most hardened console fanboy or strident graphics whore could dare argue otherwise.


About our scale… the number of words in our review reflects the score of the game. In practical terms, you could assume that games reviewed in 49 words or fewer should be avoided, games reviewed in 50-75 words would make a decent rental, and games reviewed in 76 words or more would make a solid purchase.

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