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Tee Off

Platform : Sega Dreamcast
Rated: Everyone
2.9 out of 5 stars 23 customer reviews

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Complete with disc(s), official case, artwork, and manual. Case, artwork, and manual may show light wear. Disc(s) are professionally cleaned. Guaranteed functional or replacement.

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The first golf title for the Dreamcast, Tee Off is in the vein of arcade-style golf games like the Hot Shots Golf series on the PlayStation. Players control big-headed, Japanese animation-style characters on vibrantly-colored 3-D courses. Shots are viewed from multiple camera angles--including some mesmerizing aerial views--with the ball leaving a fading trail behind it.

While Tee Off does require some basic golf knowledge, it uses a standardized control scheme which even those who've never played video golf will be able to pick up on right away. In addition to customizable difficulty levels, Tee Off offers various modes of play, including gate ball (think croquet in cyberspace) and world tour, which rewards players' high scores by "unlocking" new characters and equipment.

Admittedly, Tee Off isn't for devotees of more simulation-oriented golf titles, as they'll probably pass it off as kiddie fare. However, casual video golfers and those new to the armchair sport are in for one heck of a good time on the links. --Joe Hon

Pros:

  • Highly addictive arcade-style gameplay
  • Great replay value
  • Gate ball (cybercroquet) mode
Cons:
  • Japanese to English language translation is weak at times
  • May not appeal to fans of more simulation-oriented golf titles

Product Information

ASIN B00003JATN
Customer Reviews
2.9 out of 5 stars 23 customer reviews

2.9 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #44,300 in videogames
#178 in Video Games > More Systems > Sega Dreamcast > Games
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Product Dimensions 5.4 x 4.9 x 0.2 inches
Media: Video Game

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By A Customer on August 9, 2000
I love golf games. Golden Tee 99 and 2000 are the greatest golf games out today. I think Tee-off may be the worst. If you are over the age of 10 and like to play golf, don't buy this game. If you are prone to dreaming about playing your dreamcast and can't wait to get home to play them, don't buy this game! The people at Dreamcast should have have sent this game out to pasture when the original version was delivered. Do yourself a favor, buy a football or hockey game for now, and wait until Dreamcast puts out a real golf game.
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By A Customer on February 1, 2000
This game is a major disappointment. My biggest problem is not with the goofy characters, the poorly designed courses, or the inaccurate ball physics, but with the thing most other golf games get right: the gameplay. In order to advance through the program, one has to play 90 (!) holes along with another computer-controlled character. This takes a remarkably long time, and is hardly worth the wait. Hopefully some other manufacturer will step in and fill the void.
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The single player mode is challenging. The other reviewers just forgot to change the difficulty level. The graphics are kiddy and simple, but the game is pretty deep and fun. I have to admit that the Japan course music is awesome! But if you got some friends, the game is worth 6 stars! I think this game is the ultimate party activity. It's easy to learn but you won't chew up the game and spit it out in a week. Well worth your dollars.
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This is an overall decent game for Dreamcast. I was pleasantly surprised that it kept me occupied as long as it did. Coming off of the Tiger Woods era, I guess I may have been expecting a bit more than was to be truly expected but it was still a fun game and kept me happily satiated for a good amount of time. I think that the younger the person is, the more they would enjoy this as opposed to a more realistic golfing game. Recommended more for early teens
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By A Customer on February 22, 2000
Being an avid golfer and a big fan of Tiger Woods for Playstation, I was very excited about a dreamcast golf game. I was very diappointed to see what I had paid for. Animated characters, simplistic game play (way too easy), and just boring in general. Stay away and wait for a real golf game to come out.
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By A Customer on January 25, 2000
This game is another version of Hot Shots Golf but in the version of Sega better graphics but not as fun as Hot Shots Golf for Playstarion
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.... The 4 characters say the same phrases over and over and I never felt like using up my memory card to save the world tour and unlock other characters. It's not like I was gonna win, anyway. I must admit, though, the 5 courses are pretty good. Japan is easy. U.S.A. gets me in the bunker alot. Scotland has alot of precipitation variations. M y ball always goes into the red clay in Australia. And Africa has a large variety of fairways and obstacles. Gate ball isn't that great because the gates are always in the same exact spots. Other than the graphics and the 5 courses, this game could use some improvement.
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By A Customer on January 19, 2000
This game is remarkably similar to Hot Shots Golf for the Playstation. Where it falls short is the on course controls like zooming in and out, the interface is a bit clumsy and my character says the same things over and over. Tee Off excels in the graphics and is the best looking cartoon golf I've played (HS, CyberTiger and now this) Hitting the ball is really easy and the ball physics are well done. I also didn't enjoy the camera angles during the flight of the ball. It plays very much like an arcade golf game which isn't bad, however it falls short of both CyberTiger and my favorite Hot Shots.
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