#3 Posted on 14.5.04 0943.44 Reposted on: 14.5.11 0944.18
Originally posted by JayJayDean
Originally posted by The ThrillHuzzah! The next generation of the Best. Golf. Game. EVER. is coming.
The best golf game ever is Tiger Woods 2004. Thank you, drive through.
Right on. Tiger vs Hot Shots, not even a contest. Hot Shots is fun for a while, but the cartoon factor gets old quick. Maybe back in 2002 or so, Hot Shots may have been the better game, but with everyhting that was added for Tiger 2004, I can't see any golf game being better than it (except for 2005 of course!).
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#11 Posted on 17.5.04 1339.27 Reposted on: 17.5.11 1341.56
Originally posted by WhitebaconWhen did the PS2 start charging a monthly fee? Or did I miss something about Hot Shots 4 charging to play?
Developers have been thinking of charging for a while to play online. EA just did a poll for Madden 2004 users if they were willing to pay a monthly or yearly fee if they added features etc.
They money they would charge is used up yupdate servers and or add new features. Microsoft already does it for X-Box Live. One of the reasons EA was the hold out till last week was because why should Microsoft get money from gamers and in this case EA is the one who providing content. No problem with PS2 since there is no charge from anyone.
But if a game will provide updates(rosters, courses, even prizes I might be willing to pay per game on a yearly basis. I got X-Box live and im cool with that.
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