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Links 2004

Platform : Xbox
Rated: Everyone
27 customer reviews
Metascore: 80 / 100

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  • The thrill of real competition: Take your golf swing online, using Xbox Live. Enter one of the most comprehensive online golf arenas ever created. Compete against the best players from all over the globe, track your stats, or simply play a social round of golf with friendsall from the comfort of your living room.
  • Playing like the pros: Compete in tournaments broadcasted in a remarkably realistic TV-style presentation.
  • Tour of duty: Work your way up the professional ladder online or in the challenging Tour Mode. See who really is the best in the world. Crowded galleries of fans will cheer you on, as you compete for tournament purses and tour recognition.
  • Championship courses: Links 2004 features some of the most luxurious and challenging golf courses in the world, including Greywolf (Canada), New South Wales (Australia), and the Four Seasons Resort Aviara (California).
  • Detailed golf environments: Hit the sweet spot for a 300-yard drive, and roll in a 20-fnique physical characteristics, skills, apparel, and personality. Be aggressive and take risks, or be conservative and lay up. Links 2004 has a personality to suit every type, and each character's celebrations and audio commentary will match their personality.oot putt for a birdieall while enjoying the dew-covered fairways and crosscut greens. Links 2004 is the ultimate golf experience. The top courses fr
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Product Description

Play against the top golf pros in realistic tournaments on championship courses, or compete online via Xbox Live with golf fans worldwide.

Product Details

  • ASIN: B0000C6FJ1
  • Product Dimensions: 7.2 x 5.2 x 0.5 inches ; 4 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (27 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #13,171 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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22 of 23 people found the following review helpful By The Dangsta on December 27, 2003
If you are deciding between Tiger Woods 2004 or Links 2004, I will tell you the differences.
Both games are set up very nicely. Both have the great analog swing. The only problem with Tiger Woods is once you have your player stats maxed out it becomes unrealistic because your drives go 370 yards consistently, which makes the game too easy. Links, it takes awhile to max your stats, and once you do its still realistic, meaning you'll need a good drive and good second shot to make it on the Green in 2 on a par 5. As far as putting, Links has Tiger beat by a huge margain. On Links you get a nice chart layout and the analog putting feels so real. On Tiger it gives you a caddy tip and the grid really stinks. To spin the ball, Tiger still has the arcade feel where you spin the ball after its hit. On Links you choose the spin before you hit it, just like in real life.
Tiger Woods has a ton more courses, compared to only 9 on Links. Tiger also has a lot more PGA Golfers on the game, like Tiger, Vijay, Daly, Furyk, and more compared to Links 3 golfers. Tiger Woods has THE BEST create a golfer ever!!!! Links you choose a player model and change his clothes. In Tiger you can create your player (identical to you!) and have all kinds of unlockables to fit to him including clubs, shoes, gloves, hats, etc. There is just so much.
In Links you play in a series of Tournaments to earn cash to buy attributes. In Tiger you can play through an entire "almost real" PGA Tour season with the real events, like at Kapalua (the Merceds Championship) starting in January in Hawaii. Also included are the 4 majors, just named something different.
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16 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Paul Southwick on December 12, 2003
Links 2004 is a beautiful game. I have been avid golf game fan way back to the Commodore 64 so I have some knowledge of the games.
If you owned outlaw golf and enjoyed it (uhhg) this is not the game for you. Tiger Woods 2003 was a great game and for those who own it will be hard to get back to the shot bar method. However if you play in advanced mode you can get rid of the bar.
The choice for you to purchase Tiger 2004 or Links 2004 is a tough call. If you owned TG Woods 2003 you might want to try something different. I have played TW2004 and enjoyed the many un-lockables its great game and you really can't go wrong.
I give a very slight edge to Links. I am in the middle of Links 2004 and the putting is much better. Though I got sort of use to the caddy telling me exactly what to do in the TW. I think the graphics on links are better. I think the flight of the ball is beautiful. I suggest starting the game in the middle setting. If not you will get use the yellow bar telling you exactly where to hit. Links is more a golf fans game. I think TW2004 is more of an arcade type game. I think it is fairer to call the spin as you shoot not after the ball is in the air. I bet the demographics for golf games are more for adults so why do they slam the rap and loud music in TG franchise. (To get younger fans) I like in Links that I was able to drop my own music in the game. I put in an Enya CD and it is really kinds nice.
I took one star away because of Microsoft's pushing of the LIVE system. I imagine live is great but for those of us on a budget it's a tough cost to swallow. I hope in links 2005 they focus more on un-lockables. The one problem with LIVE a lot is they forget that most people play the games by themselves but don't have high speed and a LIVE subscription. TW2004 does have a lot more stuff you can do by yourself.
I sound back and fourth because I am. It's a tough call if your rich buy both.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on November 14, 2003
Links 2004 has a putting system that works. You can click a grid on/off and then swing around 180 degrees from your ball to look from behind the hole and line up your put according to the break of the green. On a long putt, pick a spot on the green about half way to the hole (using the tracer) and hit over that spot. Just like real golf. I didn't like the putting at all in Tiger Woods 2003 XBOX, and if the putting system is not enjoyable I quickly lose interest in the game. After all, putts are 40% of the strokes taken. I have not tried Tiger 2004 yet, so I don't know if it's been improved. Driving and chiping are easy to pull off in golf sims....thank you Links 2004 for bringing a good putting system to the XBOX.
Links has some silly and tiresome special effects, slow-mo and others, but fortuneatly, a tap of the green button fast forwards through them faster than can be believed. In fact, if your in a real hurry, you can fast fwd after hitting every shot and play 9 or 18 in record time.
This game may be the one to get me online with an XBOX live kit so I can play against online opponents.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on November 19, 2003
Simply stated, Links 2004 is the most realistic golf title to grace console gaming ever. Links has been the mainstay in PC golf for more than a decade, and now enjoys a new 3D engine with its arrival on XBox.
The first thing you might note is that most of the courses on Links 2004 -- St. Andrews and Oakmont being the exceptions -- have never hosted a major championship, in comparison to Tiger, which features numerous major venues. Don't let this keep you from making a great purchase. Whereas Tiger has the majors, Links has variety. The West Coast, the Northeast, the Desert Southwest, Hawaii, Canada, Australia, Scotland -- it's all here, and rendered in incredible detail. Just look at the shadows cast by the tall pines of Greywolf, or the ocean meeting the lava rocks of Mauna Lani. The lighting and texture work is so realistic, there have been times I thought I was watching a real tournament. The galleries are equally impressive -- unlike the PC version of Links, tournament attendees clap their hands and move around, seek cover when an errant shot comes their way, and don umbrellas when the weather takes a turn for the worse. The folks in Tiger don't even do that!
Aside from great graphics, the control scheme is second to none. If you've been diagnosed with carpal tunnel syndrome thanks to the spin system in the console versions of Tiger Woods, or have just found it to be too reminiscent of arcade golf, you'll appreciate Links' use of the right thumbstick to generate ball spin in the direction of your choice. You'll also need to be accurate with your use of the left thumbstick. Any deviation from a straight path will result in an off-target shot. This added challenge in a much-welcome addition to console golf, in my opinion.
Links 2004 boasts a deep career mode.
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