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Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2007 takes golf gaming to new level of realism. Experience the next generation of technology as Tiger Woods comes to life -- you'll see and feel each emotion in detail, as it's displayed onscreen in the faces and movements of the golfers. Play under pressure just like pros, and go further in your game with the enhanced career mode. New Gameface tool with deeper modifications, more apparel, equipment licenses, and specialty itemsTiger Woods Comes Alive - See and feel every emotion in complete detail with the introduction of all-new Universal Capture (UCAP) technology. The world's No.
Tiger Woods PGA Tour 07 for Nintendo Wii
pros: Very interactive, several game play options, and addictive.
cons: Game setup is the biggest challenge.
Loads of Fun
This interactive game is sooo much fun. It makes you feel like you're almost in the tee box. While p... See Full Review
pros: Good use of the Wii Remote, Deep and varied game play, good multiplayer options.
cons: Lack of power control, Terrible GUI, some graphics ommissions
All that's missing is the gophers
Ever since the release of Wii Sports and it's 9 hole executive golf game, hardcore duffers have been... See Full Review
pros: Many variations of good game play.
cons: Mid length putts are irregular.
All it needs is a treadmill
The Nintendo Wii really gets a chance to shine on this game. Although initial setup and first fumble... See Full Review
pros: Great Gameplay, Great character customization, Excellent control over your swing.
cons: A few glitches here and there with the putting, lack of control over chip shots.
A great buy
I bought Tiger Woods PGA Tour for the Wii the day it came out. Unlike most games I have purchased fo... See Full Review
pros: Really fun to play, realistic game play, lots of different modes
cons: Somewhat weak graphics, needs online play, putting is hard, you need lots of room
Great gameplay Get off your seat and swing!
Tiger Woods for the Nintendo Wii is the most innovated golf game you can get on the market. The game... See Full Review