LindaCableJul 6, 2008Many times during the putt-putt golf there are many problem areas in that downgrade this attempt at adult enjoyment.
1.Many screen freezes occur on various holes.
2. Many times your ball is replaced in a different spot than you saw when it stopped in the previous putt.
3.Not nearly as good as the Wii Sports that came free with the original Wii game.
If you loved "Wii Sports" (and I mean REALLY loved it,) don’t mind terrible motion controls, and have two or three friends willing to play a few sub-par mini-games, then Summer Sports: Paradise Island may be worth a rental. For most Wii owners, though, it stands as just another in a string of third-party disappointment.
A passable Wii sporting title that brings a few backyard favorites to your living room. Unfortunately, the imprecise controls don't let the game achieve its full potential. Consequently, the title is nothing more than a bit more fodder for Sony and Microsoft fanboys to point their fingers and laugh at.