Mario Golf: World Tour is a Sports, Single-player, and Multiplayer video game that takes place in the stunning world where you find your favorite character playing gold. The addition of Multiplayer mode lets you play with your friends to show them your skills and defeat them to earn in-game points. It serves as the 5th installment in the series of Mario Golf video games, introducing a lot of new content, as well as stages and power-ups.
The golf simulation comes with the primary premise representing the basis of gold, where you control your favorite character and aims to hit the ball using a stick across the golf course to put it into the hole within the minimum strokes. The game employs an arcade-style approach to golf using quite simple graphics and fast-paced gameplay over reality. Despite this, some golf courses are near to look like real-life courses.
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Links 2004 is a Sports, Single-player and Multiplayer video game developed by Indie Built and published by Microsoft Game Studios for Xbox. The game serves as the final title in the series of Links video games, following the Links released in 2003.
The Multiplayer mode supports up to four players, and the game comes with different courses from all over the world. In the beginning, the player needs to choose his character from available and participate in the tournament or winning events to test his golf skills.
The game rewards the player with amazing rewards that he can use to unlock new stuff to become the master. The game features simultaneous Online Play – referred to as Stroke Fast Play, where each player needs to complete the hole at his own pace and don’t have to wait for his turns.
The player plays against AI-controlled characters in Single-player mode and can go against other players in Multiplayer mode. The ultimate goal is to score the best points and put the ball into the hole within a few shots than others. During the gameplay, players can use the professional golf kit, equipment, and gear to fulfill their dreams of becoming the world’s best golfer.