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TIGER WOODS PGA TOUR 2005 - Xbox

Platform : Xbox
Rated: Everyone

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  • Revolutionary new TigerProofing system lets you alter courses to create the most competitive experience possible
  • Play old favorites like ebble Beach Golf Links, St Andrews Links, and TPC at Sawgrass -- or try the all-new Emerald Dragon for a real golfing challenge
  • 14 new fantasy characters challenge you on the links -- along with 15 licensed pros like Tiger Woods, John Daly, Vijay Singh, Charles Howell III, Notah Begay III, and Jesper Parnevik
  • New putting and chipping systems allow for a total precision swing -- you can even direct whether to hit it straight, fade, or draw it back
  • Play an outstanding Career Mode as you follow the 52-week PGA Tour events, over 10 seasons
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Game Information

  • Platform: Xbox
  • ESRB Rating: Everyone Everyone
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

Product Details

Platform for Display: Xbox
  • ASIN: B0002ILSLK
  • Product Dimensions: 19 x 14 x 1.9 cm ; 136 g
  • Release Date: Sept. 22 2004
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #7,239 in Computer and Video Games (See Top 100 in Computer and Video Games)

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Platform for Display: Xbox

Product Description

Xbox ~ Tiger Woods Pga Tour 2005

From the Manufacturer

Tiger-Proof your favorite course and change the way the game is played. Using the revolutionary course-altering system, you can create that intensely challenging course you've always dreamed about.

Features:

  • New TigerProofing: TigerProofing is a revolutionary course-altering system that allows players to modify course dynamics and create the most intensely competitive course imaginable. Alter tee-box length, width and patterns on fairways and greens, the depth of a greenside bunker, and even the color of the leaves on the trees, course moisture and the season which you play.
  • Legends Tour: Take on the legends of golf including Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus, and Ben Hogan and become a legend yourself!
  • EA SPORTS GameFace II: The industry-leading GameFace technology just got a whole lot deeper with more control and freedom to express your creative vision from a youthful prodigy to a grizzled old veteran. Infinite combinations of facial proportions and features, fully customizable body shape and tone and a host of new equipment and accessories to earn to adorn the created player.
  • New Courses: Eight new licensed courses and two new fantasy courses have been added for a total of 14 courses--including Coeur d'Alene, Colonial Country Club, Sherwood Country Club, Fancourt Golf Club Estate and Troon North - Monument Course.
  • More Players: Compete as or against 15 different PGA TOUR players including Tiger Woods, John Daly, Vijay Singh, Charles Howell III, Notah Begay III, and Jesper Parnevik, among others.
  • Total Precision Swing: New putting and chipping systems allow for more control on the green or when you leave an approach shot short.
  • Play a Career: In PGA TOUR Season Mode for console versions, play along with the 52-week PGA TOUR calendar of events for up to 10 seasons. Obtain sponsorships from real golf equipment manufacturers throughout your career and drive to surpass Tiger as number one on the overall money list.
--This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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By michael on Dec 12 2014
Platform for Display: Xbox Verified Purchase
Arrived on time. opened it up and seen it had a few light marks on it as expected for a used game, put it in and played perfectly and the price was AWESOME
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Amazon.com: 23 reviews
9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
Great Game for older folks like me Dec 21 2004
By V. Coccaro - Published on Amazon.com
Platform for Display: Xbox Fun:   
Most of the games for X-box PS2 etc are designed for YOUNG people who have great hand/ eye coordination and lightning fast reflexes. This is fine - but I am 56 years old and cannot play most of these games (at least not very well). But THIS ONE I am not only playing but - I'm doing very well at it. It is loads of fun. I don't even play Real Golf - but I still enjoy this game a lot. It is expensive but worth it. I don't compete online in ANY Games as these young folks would kill me!
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Tiger Woods y'all......it's all good y'all April 20 2005
By Ryan - Published on Amazon.com
Platform for Display: Xbox Fun:   
Having bought and played the EA Sports Tiger Woods series since it came out I have a pretty good idea of what is to be expected. I loved TW 2004 and played that game until the disc starting smoking and caught on fire. For all the people who want to buy a golf game and don't have TW 2004 you should buy this game especially since you can buy 2005 for thirty bucks now. If you have 2004 and also have Xbox live you should buy 2005 since the online play is great. If you don't have Xbox live I will break down what I like and dislike about the game.

What I like about TW 2005 -

First of all the basic controls are the same and gameplay is almost exactly the same - they did add Tiger vision but I will get back to that later. The graphics are similar and the courses are similar. There are more golfers to choose from - and I am very excited that Natalie Gulbis is added again this year because she is beautiful and she adds alot to the LPGA tour. There are better clothes this year, and more sponsorships

are available in your PGA tour season. Also they added Tiger-proofing, I haven't really gotten really in depth into that so I can't say to much about it but it looks pretty cool.

What I dislike about TW 2005 -

There is basically one thing. The game is too easy. This is where the Tiger-vision comes into play - there is no skill in putting now. They should make the Legends harder. The PGA tour season is too easy. The first tournament I finished 70 strokes ahead of the next person. Other than this I really love this game. I do have one minor complaint. Some of the "fictional" courses have illegal holes. If it is humanly impossible to reach the green in four stokes on a par five that is an illegal hole. I think there is one hole that is a par four and its impossible to reach the green in three strokes too. These are stupid complaints though.

Basically I bought this game because I love the EA Sports Tiger Woods series, if you do as well.....Hurry and buy this game!!
10 of 12 people found the following review helpful
Not a good enough upgrade from 2004 to warrant the $50 Oct. 4 2004
By Robert D. Mcdonald - Published on Amazon.com
Platform for Display: Xbox Fun:   
Pros: the more customization of players and courses.

New courses such as Colonial, Troon North Monument, Turnberry. Edgewood at Tahoe.

Cons: Dropped great courses (unless I somehow can't find them), including Torrey Pines, Pinehurst, Bethpage, Royal Birkdale, Spyglass Hill, Sahalee, TPC Scottsdale, and Poppy Hills.

Game play is pretty much idential to preveious years.

Equipment manufacturers OK = Taylor Made, Ping, Cleveland, Callaway, Nike, and this year Dunlop. Also can buy shafts. But where is the big boy of the golf ball market - Titleist?

I'm all for adding improvements in the area of customization for players, but not at the expense of courses to play on. I suggest that if you already have 2004, don't bother buying 2005. If you don't have 2004, 2005 might be a good purchase.
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Great looking game BUT..... Sept. 21 2004
By K. Seaver - Published on Amazon.com
Platform for Display: Xbox Fun:   
I've enjoyed playing Tiger Woods for the last 2 years on the XBox. I've been excited for the last year knowing that we will finally be able to play online via XBox Live with the 2005 version.

I just confirmed that EA Sports has made this version so that only 2 people, that's right, only TWO can play online at a time. What happened to being able to play 3 other people (4 at a time) online???

Links (from Microsoft) has been out for a year now and one of the best things about that game is that you can have a foursome, just like regular golf.

Tiger Woods 2005 has all the bells and whistles to make a great looking game, however, one of the key selling points for me was being able to play with 4 people online. There are many of us who have been playing Links for the last year waiting for the new Tiger Woods version, and now we are not going to purchase it. It looks like we'll be staying with Links for another year.

Too bad EA Sports, you really dropped the ball on this one.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Great game just too easy July 15 2005
By M. Beebe - Published on Amazon.com
Platform for Display: Xbox Fun:   
Tiger Woods 2005 is a lot of fun. I had the 2003 version and this was a big upgrade. The game would be ever funner if it wasn't quite so easy.It is kind of stupid too play in a PGA Tour event and shoot 85 under par while the second place guy is at -6.

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