With its frantic new modes and spot-on gameplay, playing Mario Golf: Super Rush is the most amount of fun I've had with a sports game in a very long time. Throw in that iconic Nintendo charm and comprehensive multiplayer and you're left with a hole-in-one.
Although Mario Golf: Super Rush doesn't do anything groundbreaking, it does what it does, from a great solo career to sophisticated serious golf to crazy Speed and Battle Golf. Singleplayer and multiplayer are absolutely equal partners here, to such an extent that even if you are only interested in one of them, the game can still be recommended without hesitation.
With everything above said, there’s an obvious draw here in it just being a Mario game, which alone will pull people to it. And there’s some fun to be had, and Nintendo gets a lot right with it, we just need the gimmicks and party favours turned down. Invincibility Star isn’t a number, so dialling the game up to that just isn’t something we can tune into on the reg. Especially given golf on its own merits is a game of strategy and patience, that can still be fast and fun without needing addressive rolling rocks impeding your path all the time.
Mario Golf Super Rush is a fun way to spend a few hours with friends on the course, but it struggles to maintain any momentum after that. Adventure mode is short and a little dull, and while Speed Golf (and to a lesser extent, its Battle-based sibling) are fun, I found myself wishing there was more to see and do here.
Mario Golf: Super Rush is the best installment in the franchise. It brings back old memories and creates new ones. The new features bring a fresh twist to the game, down to the little details like giving the characters new outfits and unlocked better golf clubs.
This game is a wonderful and relaxing game to play; It breaks up the monotony of playing games you have to stay focused on. This game gives you a nice break to just sit back and play a couple rounds but also gives you a couple of game modes that give you that “super rush” you get when you are focused on a good video game for hours.
The Mii story mode is another refreshing creative twist that gives this game another way to play. It’s fun and fresh and a great addition to the game as a whole.
With the near future holding more updates to this game I can only say that it is going to get more and more fun for the family. I give this game a thumbs up to Nintendo in their line up of sports themed games. My only complaint would be that I wish the game had more courses and character options, but as shown in the trailers for this game they already have plans to add more of these in the near future.
In conclusion, I give Nintendo praise for delivering a great wholesome video game that gives the Golfing franchise a fresh coat of paint while adding more to what we loved from the past. With that being said I encourage others to play this game. It’s relaxing, fun and brings a good balance to daily gaming.
This game at realese was a different **** enough courses The Roaster was ok and lack of **** story mode for me was Good but not the 2 area that was **** now there are more courses,modes and Characters and i like Speed golf,Is a Chaotic Mode to a Calm sport.
This game is not good. The game is bland and does not have a soul. The game came out with content missing and even after the updates the game is still boring and bland. The story mode is short and bland. The game has one positive and it's the graphics.
I don't know what's going on with Camelot but they haven't been able to provide a good Mario Sports game in years. This started with Mario Tennis: Ultra Smash and seems to continue in the present day.
Mario Golf: Super Rush is lacking the charm from the previous games and is severely lacking in content.
Gone are the ring shots modes, cup tournaments, challenges, best badges/birdie badges and star characters. None of the game modes are interesting and are very boring and basic. The graphics are pretty bad for the Switch (especially Shelltop Sanctuary golf course, it's awful). The characters only have one animation for a good or bad outcome when winning/losing a hole and it's very lazily done compared to the previous entries which had very flashy animations. The only thing good I have to say about the characters is that they have pretty good golfing outfits (save for a few like Yoshi and DK who don't have any).
If this game was 20$ or cheaper I would have gave this 7 or more but the fact it's a 60$ full game price is why it's a problem, it's like Nintendo doesn't simply doesn't care if they're ripping their off customers and simply charging that amount of money for being a Nintendo product. The seal of quality once used by the company has completely lost it's meaning. Play the previous golf entries or spend your money on another actually good Switch game.
SummaryTee off with family and friends in the biggest Mario Golf game yet. Hit the green with up to four players locally* or online** and golf with familiar Mushroom Kingdom characters. Modes range from Standard Golf to the energetic Speed Golf and an RPG-like golf adventure in story mode. Intuitive motion or button controls, a shot gauge that ...