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MeteoEarth on Android, Hit 'n' Run on iOS and more.
Wait, I thought this iPad game was about graphics, not feelings.
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Tell Us Dammit
Tell us stuff?
While You Were Sleeping
Stuff you might have missed...
Talk Amongst Yourselves
Talk about things. And stuff.
Modern Combat 5 does nothing new, but it does old really well.
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The Big Question
Big questions. Two answers.
The Masters Tournament, which graces Tiger Woods PGA Tour 12: The Masters (duh), begins with its opening round tomorrow at Augusta National. Hecklers and disturbances are either unanticipated or flat impossible thanks to the golf club’s otherworldly security – in this flash game’s case, a sniper ready to take out any troublemakers.
My first visit to Augusta National broke the club’s dress code with almost criminal negligence: I was wearing basketball shorts, a T-shirt, and was unshaven to boot. Sure, I was on my couch, but I told myself I was stepping to the tee box on the first hole of the world’s most prestigious golf course. Does a trip to The Masters in a video game even qualify as a first time, and if so, can it be just as unforgettable?
Get a sneak preview of Augusta National’s first nine in Tiger Woods PGA Tour 12: The Masters as I, playing as Chris DiMarco, take on EA Sports’ Justin Patel, playing as Tiger Woods.
Most golf fans, if they’re lucky, will get to spend four days in early April at the venerated Augusta National Golf Course, scene of The Masters Tournament. Shannon Yates was on the course, sunup to sundown, for 10 straight library-quiet days, coming to understand it in ways even a professional golfer never will.
This stand-up-and-cheer golfer’s fantasy for EA Sports’ Tiger Woods PGA Tour 12: The Masters, seemed a little too good to be true. C’mon, right? No way Augusta National Golf Club, which prizes its privacy and exclusivity, would let a camera crew and a bunch of actors walk all over its storied course for an ad – for a video game ad.
One thing you can count on in the NCAA basketball tournament, playing now, are the CBS promo spots for The Masters, full of pomp and grandeur, with Jim Nantz invoking the Tradition Unlike Any Other. That’s what makes this spot for Tiger Woods PGA Tour 12: The Masters so fantastic.
EA Sports today released a complete 18-hole flyover of Augusta National, as it will appear in Tiger Woods PGA Tour 12: The Masters. The publisher has touted a laser scanning technology that delivers the iconic course with unusual fidelity.