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|Region Code:||NTSC-U/C (US/Canada)||Game Name:||Mario Golf|
They've already made tracks in go-karts, earned stars in board games, and knocked each other senseless from brawling. So what's left for Mario and his buddies to do? How about dusting off the clubs and hitting the links! That's right, Nintendo's famous plumber returns to the fairways in the aptly titled Mario Golf. The game features six courses set within the world of Mario, from the haunted Boo Valley to the serene Toad Forest, and includes ten play modes. Fourteen golfers are available to play as or against, each with individual ratings in power and swing tendency. Some naturally hit straight, some fade balls to the right, and others draw shots to the left.
Tournament mode is an 18-hole contest against 29 computer-controlled players, while "Get Character" mode is a one-on-one showdown to unlock a character for future play. Ring Shot has your character trying to achieve par or better while knocking the ball through floating rings, and Speed Golf involves trying to hole out in record time. Match Game, Skins Match, and Club Slots are similar formats with a few differences. In a Match Game, you are awarded a point for every hole won. Skins Match replaces points with skins, which carry over to the next hole should players tie. Club Slots is like the Skins Match with one small twist: the clubs you are permitted to use are determined by a slot machine.
Developed by the team behind the PlayStation's Hot Shots Golf, Mario Golf's interface consists of a horizontal swing meter designed to simplify things for novices. Pressing the A button will start the meter, which will begin moving steadily from right to left. Once it reaches the desired power setting, pressing the button again begins the downswing. A third and final button press determines the accuracy of your shot. In addition, the game lets players set the point of impact for spin and also features variable wind and weather conditions to influence play. Gamers who also purchase Mario Golf on Game Boy Color (released in the fall of 1999) will be able to create their own characters from scratch, raise their skill levels, and import them to the Nintendo 64 version.
|Publisher||Nintendo of America, Inc.|
|eBay Product ID (ePID)||2111|
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|Game Name||Mario Golf|
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|Number of Players||1-4|
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|Game Name Series||Mario Golf Series|
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Beautiful in its simplicity.
Oh Mario, you have had so many games througout your lifetime, yet most of them have been so GOOD! You've had your hiccups (Sunshine, Strikers, and a few others) but the N64 was a console which had only quality Mario badged games. Mario 64 is still one of my favorite platform games to this day, and Mario Tennis is simply one of the best multiplayer experiences available, let alone one of the best tennis games ever. And here is Mario Golf. Who thought a game that really only uses one button could be so good? I didn't need to play this game long to realize it was gold. The only thing I'm sad to say is that I didn't own a Nintendo 64 when I was a kid. I was attracted by more "mature" theme of the Sony Playstation, but I do regret having that mentality now. Mario Golf is also a wonderful game to play with a group of friends on your couch. It can be very competitive but is fun no matter how well you do. The graphics are very bright and colorful. They may not be anything special to write home about, but for a N64 cart they have nothing to be ashamed about. The Mario characters are well animated and the sound is pretty well done too. You don't have to be a fan of golf to like this game! I personally despise watching golf on TV. I've never been interested in any of the Tiger Woods games, either, because of their goal of playing the most realistic game of golf possible. Why would I want to play a realistic depiction of a game I'm not interested in real life? You're right, I wouldn't want to do that. And that's the beauty of Mario Golf. It is able to make an otherwise unattractive sport attractive to a person like myself. The one complaint I have is (like other N64 games like Smash Bros., Mario Tennis, Wave Race, Goldeneye, etc.) there simply isn't that much fun to be had by playing the game by yourself. If you are into playing games with good single player content, this is probably not the game for you. There may be tournaments and things like that, but none of it is really interesting enough to play on your own (in my honest opinion). You can't beat the feeling you get by getting a hole in one and beating a buddy on the 18th hole after being down 3 strokes the entire game! Mario Golf deserves a 9/10 ten, but only if you plan on having friends over to play it. It's gameplay mechanics have aged well based purely on their simplicity. While games like FPS's and realistic sports games have come a long way in the last ten years, it is the more accessible, arcadey games that possess the longevity to make them fun even to this day. It is what you would call a "classic" game. Check it out.
A GREAT GAME !!!!!!!
While this is probably your best bet for a worthwhile golf game on GBA, it isn't exactly a Mario game either. You only start with four playable Mario characters at the beginning of the game (Mario, Yoshi, Donkey Kong and Princess Toadstool) and your primary character in storymode is Some Anime-looking Dude you get to name, similar to Mario Tennis (except you get 8 characters right off the bat in Mario Tennis). You have to spend quite a bit of time unlocking things before you really come close to anything remotely Mario-ish. And there's a lot to unlock. The storymode in the game is very SNES-esque in its RPG presentation, and there's a lot of different mini-games that play by some unique rules (slot clubs, for instance, randomly selects clubs for you for one hole, so in essence you could be left with trying to par a 495 yard par 5 with a 4-wood and a pitching wedge) and some that are just conventional "closest to the pin" contests. Completing these mini-games, as well as tournaments (both singles and doubles) gives you experience points, which you can utilize to build up specific parts of your game, such as driving distance or spin control. And like I mentioned earlier, in the early going while unlocking things and building experience (which may take a while), there isn't a whole lot of Mario going on, and that may turn some players away. But if you're strictly looking for a good golf game for GBA, this is as good as it's going to get. Considering both the graphical and physics-engine limitations that are present (remember how awful some SNES golf games were?), this game really does a great job presenting a solid golf experience in terms of gameplay and control. It's your traditional three-click swing system, and you can control the spin and select the impact on the ball itself, letting the player manipulate his/her shot in a lot of different ways. Putting is pretty easy; if you putt with some mustard behind your shots, almost any putt will go in from within about 25 feet. The courses are all very different, providing tropical, desert and um.. Scotish atmospheres. The last course that is unlocked after winning each tournament and sufficiently building up experience is the Mushroom Course, the only all-out crazy Mario course in the game, and it's a doozy. The thing to remember is this: if you're looking for a Mario themed game, you may want to look elsewhere, but if you're looking for a good golf game for GBA, this is the best you'll find.
Best golf game ever made.
This is THE BEST golf game ever made. Bar none. Period. Full stop. ... okay you get the idea. This is an excellently balanced game. Great courses with different hole placement each time you play. Characters that vary widely in their abilities and the skill it takes to play them. Simple enough for first timers to pick up immediately, with just enough nuance that the expert or two of the group might need to be handicapped (a feature the game employs). But at the end of the day, this game is just pure fun. By your self, or with 3 of your friends, its a good time.
Second Greatest Golf Game
This game is the second best golf game I ever played. I do recommend that you learn how to spin the ball. There is a few holes where you are trying to win the medals and you you definitely need to spin the ball. (The mountain one is a good example. TOP SPIN!!) This game is challenging and will have you playing for hours. There is a BIG SECRET! In order to get 4-6 secret golfers then one must get the Mario Golf game on GAMEBOY! Yep! They are hidden in a different game on a different system! This is the only way to get them and complete all the character medals! I was stunned when I fould this out and had to get the Gameboy color for ONE GAME! It was worth it!
Great Golf Game for N64
This is a fun game for the N64. It is relatively easy to get a hang of playing. There is a variety of different courses you can unlock through amassing experience points. There is also a fun mini golf mode with a variety of courses featuring numbers and letters. This game is fun for kids and is a great multiplayer game.