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Super Swing Golf Season 2 - Nintendo Wii

Platform : Nintendo Wii
23 customer reviews
Metascore: 70 / 100

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  • Party Mode - Play new party games - "Darts" and "Driving Contest"!
  • New Tour Mode - Compete with rivals and progress through the game as you conquer all the island of Pangya!
  • Fun Courses - Choose from newly added courses to keep your golf experience fresh and exciting!
  • Colorful Costumes - Unlock new costumes and some classic Tecmo character costumes!
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Swing into action with your favorite characters as they return to the island to challenge new courses with all new story and tournament modes. New multiplayer modes have been introduced to keep the party going with friends and family. With completely new customizations, costumes, and secrets, Super Swing Golf Season 2 is a true hole-in-one!

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  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 5.5 x 0.8 inches ; 6.2 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: December 12, 2007
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (23 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #21,032 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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32 of 32 people found the following review helpful By P. Stein VINE VOICE on February 16, 2008
Retiree here. After reaching pro level on Wii golf, I wanted to play a different golf game. The same course (Wii golf) is too repetitive. I agree with the other 2 reviews posted to date. Just purchased it, have played for 2 hours, and will update this ASAP. It's a fun game with very good graphics. I have not read the directions yet, (like to jump in and play first), and found swinging confusing until I realized how it works. You lift your club until the blue line on the power bar, equals the distance you need to drive. Totally different than Wii golf, and should not be confused with a real golf match game. However, there is enough golf, and interesting scenery, to satisfy my desire for a second game. This game is a sleeper, and will get much more playing time than some other titles I have reviewed.

While Miis are not used, the characters are a definite plus. They are lifelike humans, rather than cartoonish. When you have some winnings, you take your character to the clubhouse, and dress them as you like. The costumes range from conservative to highly suggestive. I wasn't able to purchase the new clothing, but I was able to change my character into the different outfits. Initially, you only have a choice of 2 characters. I am using Hanah, a cute and personable girl of about 20. She has a cute voice. Based on my initial 3 hole practice round (done 4 times until my first birdie), I expect to put quite a few hours on this game.

This is my update. I have now read the directions. Marginal help. Then I went through the tutorial again. I was making a lot of mistakes. You need to go through the tutorial a second time. It means more after you have played. You can change the direction of your putts and drives, just like Wii golf. The special shots are fun.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Cap'n Howdy on January 7, 2008
Good game...not great, here's why:

I agree with the previous review that the "special" shots are a bit confusing and are not described very well in the manual. I've been playing the game for several weeks now and am still not sure I'm doing them right. Most shots I apply back or front spin to. Does it happen? Who knows! I honestly can't tell. That said, the game so far has been fairly easy without the benefits of these bonus shots.

The other thing that bothers me about the game is the way you power a swing by lifting your "club" and holding it there. Anyone who has played golf knows that the swing should be one fluid motion: this is just plain wrong and awkward. You still swing naturally, but there should be no interruption between the backswing and the swing! However, just the action of swinging the wii remote brings so much more to the video game that I am willing to forgive this. From what I have researched, the soon-to-be-released We Love Golf (the only other golf game I considered) uses this same technique. Why can't we swing like a normal golfer and not like a beginner? From what I have played on Wii Golf and read about Tiger Woods Golf, the answer seems to be that the Wii remote has a hard time accurately gauging the power of your swing. I eagerly await the wii golf game that can do this; maybe one with an extra sensor that will read your swing from the side?

In the meantime, I'm content with Super Swing Golf 2. The game looks beautiful, and the courses are challenging and inventive enough to keep you interested. The game has a manga-type look to it's characters, so over-protective parents should be advised that some players (and one in particular) are dressed a bit provocatively. Hey, it's keeping me playing...
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Rommel on March 14, 2011
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this game is free on the pc version. look it up under albatross 18 or pangya.

as for the physical product i would warn shoppers to avoid buying from It's Your Turn, Inc. even though their profile says zero neutral or negative feedback they have a history of selling repackaged USED items as NEW. the only reason they dont get knocked down in rating is because they use amazon to store and ship their products. all complaints about the used condition of anything they sell as new gets striked out by amazon because they claim amazon messed up the packaging. improper packaging has nothing to do with scratched discs plastered with greasy finger prints stored on an intact dvd case.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By L. Lewandowski on August 16, 2009
So anyone reading knows, it's actually the console version of the free online game Pangya. If you want to test it out before purchasing, check out the free online game (which the English version is in season 4). Just search "Pangya"
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By S. L. on January 4, 2008
Super Swing Golf Season 2 for Wii is a lot of fun. I am still trying to master some of the more advanced shots which aren't explained all that well in the written instructions and aren't covered in the tutorial portions of the game. Having said that, it's still very enjoyable. My kids can play, although my 5-year-old needs some help with getting lined up and gauging distances sometimes. From what I've heard it is a lot more forgiving than a more advanced golf game like the Tiger Woods game.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By matt on December 15, 2010
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I spent about ten or fifteen hours on this one through rentals before I finally got around to buying it. I wouldn't have touched it before the wii came out, but after playing golf on Wii Sports, and seeing the game's anime-style graphics, I really got hooked on this game.
The plot:
There's not much to speak of and the voice acting is horrible, but story isn't the point of a game like this anyway.
The music:
It stays out of the way. Nothing amazing, but nothing grating on the nerves-- appropriate for a sports game.
The graphics:
Really nice. Now this depends slightly on whether or not you're into anime-style characters, but even if you aren't into anime the colorful, well-detailed stages are still impressive.
The control:
In a golf game--even more so with a motion controlled one-- control is important. It has to be fine-tuned or else the entire game will be ruined. I speak as someone who is a long-time gamer, but not very experienced with golf games. The controls work perfectly for me, and I haven't encountered any major problems yet. Since I'm playing the game from a casual-player's perspective it does everything it needs to. But other reviewers have commented, and I agree with them, that some spin control options like backspin don't seem to have any effect at all most of the time. This doesn't really affect gameplay, but it is strange. Either way, it doesn't really matter-- this is not a hard-core golf game, so don't buy it expecting one. The primary audience: casual gamers looking for a solid, but not too complex golf game with motion controls won't find anything to complain about.
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