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Links 2004 – Consumer Guide

Mike Bracken's picture

Parents have nothing to worry about with Links 2004. This is golf, the sport of gentlemen, and as such there's nary one questionable bit of content in the entire game. The worst it gets is occasionally watching a golfer swing his club at the air in frustration as he mis-hits a shot.  

Fans of the PC versions will want to approach the Xbox version with caution. While it's still Links, there's no denying that this version has been "dumbed down" a bit for console audiences. Because of this, the game has a more arcade-like feel than the previous incarnations.

Xbox owning golf fans will certainly want to give Links a look if for no other reason than because it's the only golf game on the Xbox with online play.

Deaf and Hard of Hearing gamers will be missing out on the commentary (which isn't anything to write home about to begin with), but will be able to enjoy the rest of the Links 2004 experience.

Category Tags
Platform(s): Xbox  
Developer(s): Microsoft  
Publisher: Microsoft  
Genre(s): Sports  
ESRB Rating: Everyone  
Articles: Consumer Game Guides  

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