- Tiger Woods PGA Tour 11
- Sub Genre:
- Release Date (US):
- June 8th, 2010
- Release Date (UK):
- July 2nd, 2010
- Online Players:
- EA Sports
- Electronic Arts
- E [Everyone]
- PSU Rank:
- 0 of 1167 Games
- PSU Rank on PS3:
- 0 of 0 Games
- Additional Information:
- Also in iPhone, 360 and Wii;
About Tiger Woods PGA Tour 11
Tiger Woods PGA TOUR 11 adds The Ryder Cup mode and will support Sony's new PlayStation 3 Motion Controller to give gamers an authentic interactive swing!
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Tiger Woods PGA Tour 11 is a definite step in the realistic golf direction. With the new Focus and True-Aim features providing that extra layer of authenticity, Tiger proves he's back to capture the essence of golf, at least in videogame form.
- The new Focus and True-Aim feature
- Playing in the Ryder Cup online and offline
- The step towards a more authentic golf experience
- Still some visual problems
- Poor commentators
- More needed to advance the series
Every year a new Tiger Woods game comes out that attempts to build upon its predecessors success, as well as ironing out any lingering issues. This is the gist of all sports game franchises, and in general, Tiger Woods PGA Tour does a decent job of improving year-after-year. That is, of course, considering there is virtually no competition in the golf-sim market. The Tiger Woods games provide a fairly decent mix of realism and...
Tiger Woods PGA Tour 11 News
Golf videogames can be pretty unrealistic, especially if trying to simulate the player’s actual abilities. It seems like every attempt at an authentic golf experience has fallen short, especially using another certain console’s remote. Sony and EA look to change all that with Move suppor...
Tiger Woods PGA Tour 11 Features
UPDATE: The competition is now over and we have selected a winner. Thank you all for entering, but we had to pick just one person to receive a copy of Tiger Woods PGA Tour 11. If you have Sony’s motion controller, make sure to try out the game’s Move support. We’d like to congra...