- 14 May 2003
- Tranmere Rovers
The new version has been announced...
Full details in a week or so.
Looking at the trailer, I really don't think it is. It looks absolutely identical, except for cosmetic additions, like branded equipment.Can’t wait for the first golfing game of the next generation!!
i could think of so many stuff improving....
Same for all other sports games.
Anyway, the future is bright!!
Have a good weekend y’all!!
Ah ah aaaah...i meant next gen. Like on PS5 in September 2021 (the earliest).Looking at the trailer, I really don't think it is. It looks absolutely identical, except for cosmetic additions, like branded equipment.
From what I've read, it'll feature actual PGA golfers too. Which is nice, but, I'd rather gameplay was better. It's like a new PES trailer where they show gameplay and the thing they talk about is that e.g. Tottenham are licensed this year. Don't care.
It's been on the PC for a while now. I've been playing since TGC1, but in terms of PGA, just started in the TGC 2019 game.@Chris Davies I assume they are still ignoring the PC for PGA Tour in which case it's irrelevant for me, but I completely get where you are coming from and agree 100%. Games seem to be going the way of general tv, rinse and repeat of the same old shit. Instead of money earned from phone in voting in yet another pointless tv show, it's grab you crash from DLC's.
I really miss the old days of loads and loads of games companies each carving out their own niche. Now it seems like a few big one's are just churning out 'franchises' (a horrible word in gaming) and putting out half a game to add dlc's to later on.
If this doesn't sell well, I'm not sure there WILL be a next gen golf game. Golf games don't make much money.Well... let’s say: I’m not swept of my feet.
May better be waiting for next gen golfing.
From what I understand, you do have a playing partner now - which could potentially only ever be one of the licensed players, which would be shit - but instead of seeing every shot they hit, you just see their "big moments". So you'll finish up a hole and you'll get a "this just in" style update of them five holes ahead of you holing a birdie putt.So it looks like you still play golf by yourself - ie. you don't see the cpu opponents play their shots?
In their defence, the gameplay of TGC 2019 is the most sim-like golf experience I've played. The ball physics can be ridiculous (the greens are like glass on some courses and it can lead to farcical situations where you literally have to hit a 4ft x 4ft area on each green or you'll just roll down a hill)... But other than that, you've got to keep the same tempo with your stick movement, there is no power guide to help you out, the aiming reticule is where the ball would hit on a 100% shot (and not where it would roll out to)...Ignoring any of the actual gameplay mechanics, which are not exactly vast or sophisticated...
This is what I begged for last year. There's a player editor, where you can rename all the names on every leaderboard (from Q-School to PGA Tour) and change their nationalities - but you can't edit their stats. Behind the scenes, certain players are better than others overall, but you can't even see that in order to rename people to relevant players of similar overall ability from real-life.I don't really care about having a small handful of "licensed" players - I'd much sooner have a decent editor where you can create your own cpu players, both in terms of looks and stats.
In fairness, there is a "create your own season" mode which includes majors, and they've confirmed is still in there, and you can pick from all the community courses (including real-world recreations). But you can't have all the bells and whistles of the Q-School etc. if you do that. On the flip-side, you can't edit the official PGA career mode's calendar - so you've got to play on their frankly shitty generic courses for half the events...And the ability to play something that resembles the real golf calendar, with majors and the ryder cup (with fake names) to look forward to.
The editor has been confirmed to still be in the game. I'm not sure what will happen with real-world courses, though - they went on a deleting spree not so long ago, deleting every course that had the word "Augusta" in it. That may have just been a single "cease and desist", but... You never know.(and the excellent course selection from the community - assuming that's still in it)
Didn't even notice that was already in the game. I think I started a career and got about 3 holes into the first round of the first tournament and found it so unimmersive that I just quit.In fairness, there is a "create your own season" mode which includes majors, and they've confirmed is still in there, and you can pick from all the community courses (including real-world recreations). But you can't have all the bells and whistles of the Q-School etc. if you do that. On the flip-side, you can't edit the official PGA career mode's calendar - so you've got to play on their frankly shitty generic courses for half the events...
Hold your horses!the more i see this over and over the more excited i get,
3d grass in rough
name brand clubs
animated wild life and people
better looking license courses
quicker swing for short game
better difficulty system
this:He's not... He's as involved in the game as you are in PES... I don't know what made you think otherwise...!
He says "if it's anything like the last two games", which he's played, because he's a fan...
sorry if my bad english put me on the wrong way. maybe shouldve been "...involved in this WAS one of the highlights..." ... not sure.Honestly, getting the chance to be involved in this is one of the highlights of my life in video games.