Super Swing Golf Season 2 Wii

  • Publisher: Tecmo
  • Release Date: Dec 11, 2007
Metascore
70

Mixed or average reviews - based on 17 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 7 out of 17
  2. Negative: 0 out of 17
Buy On
  1. Despite all the half-assed games on the Wii, this one does not sacrifice gameplay for charm.
  2. I feel confident in saying that Super Swing Golf: Season 2 is by far the best golf title on the Wii. While the game doesn't really break any new ground, its execution is nearly flawless.
  3. Aside from the constant elevator music, Super Swing Golf Season 2 is a solid golf game with a lot of replay value.
  4. While much of the content in Super Swing Golf Season 2 is carried over from the original, it's presented in a way that makes the game fresh and exciting again, and is no longer a chore on the single-player side.
  5. Official Nintendo Magazine UK
    79
    A better single-player game but the controls, lack of online and similarity to the last game docks its points. [Aug 2008, p.90]
  6. 80
    There’s almost nothing about Super Swing that causes it to be mistaken for, say, Tiger Woods PGA Tour Golf, but its strength is its nicely tuned swing mechanic that frankly puts Tiger’s woods and irons to the test.
  7. While the Super Swing Golf series still dominates the greens on Wii, hopefully the developers will put more time in between editions so as to focus on improving the swing mechanic and visuals, while incorporating online features for a truly worthwhile experience.

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  1. Oct 4, 2014
    10
    It's the perfect game to play with all your family, it has excellent soundtrack, it's funny and very fluent and clear in the Game-play. IIt's the perfect game to play with all your family, it has excellent soundtrack, it's funny and very fluent and clear in the Game-play. I played for more than 100 hours and still is offering great challenges. Full Review »