Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2006 from EA Sports is a mixed bag, with stuff for veterans and newcomers alike. It?s relatively easy to pick up and play, but it takes some time to master the controls and memorize the courses. There are new editions and tweaks, certain aspects of previous versions of the game have been dropped and/or added, but what we end up with is largely the same game as last year. This seems to be the principal problem with most sports games. Real changes are spread out over years, so with each new edition there are only a few new selections/modes included. Sports titles such as Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2006 build upon themselves over time, so most changes are somewhat subtle. Because of this, most of the time nothing stands out as truly revolutionary in the sports genre. This is not to say you should pass up Tiger Woods, as that decision may rest upon whether you like simulation or arcade sports titles.
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