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ProStroke Golf Headed By John Daly

August 13th, 2010 by

If you hadn’t had enough of golf games by EA’s super release (and wholly entertaining) Tiger Woods PGA Tour, then why not give publisher O-Games‘ title out for a spin? Following in Tiger’s footsteps (and animal kingdom infamy), John Daly, or ‘The Lion’, endorses the game, titled John Daly’s ProStroke Golf- a “spirtual sequel” to 2007 ‘hit’ Pro-Stroke Golf: World Tour 2007.

In a capacity to deviate from the behemoth licensed game, ProStroke Golf instead seems to rely on its appointed “trademark” control system that gives a first-person view of club and ball, whilst the developers also highlight that this is very the first game to be built from the ground up for Playstation Move technology, although PGA Tour 11 also features Move compatibility. A paltry 12 courses have been confirmed for the game so far, and the only other addition to the main framework of the game seems to come from a ‘Challenge Mode’ that incorporates varying aspects of play.

Nevertheless, golfing fans should be overjoyed by the announcement, John Daly’s Prostroke Golf comes to the PS3, Xbox 360 and PC on the 8th October this year.

For more information on O-Games and their products, visit: http://www.og-international.net/

2 Responses to “ProStroke Golf Headed By John Daly”
  1. avatar Marconi says:

    I am not sure that the FPG(olf) perspective is a trademark cause I know from E3 that you can do True Play in Tiger Woods 11. Why you would want to I don’t have the foggiest!

  2. True Play only goes into first-person once you’ve hit the ball, more or less. I’m not sure about this but that’s what the press release insisted.

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