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Links 2004

by XSN
3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (20 customer reviews)
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  • Platform:   Xbox
  • ESRB Rating: Everyone Everyone
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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Links, the best-selling golf franchise for the personal computer, has been rebuilt--from the ground up--exclusively for the Xbox video game system.

Links 2004 delivers one of the most realistic and competitive golf experiences for Xbox. Golf fans worldwide can compete online in friendly matches with old golfing buddies or compete in tournaments against the best golfers in the world via Xbox Live.

Links 2004 also features top championship courses and top professionals, including cover athlete Sergio Garcia.

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This game is playable on the Xbox Live Online System. For a full list of Xbox Live products, click here! Links, the best-selling golf franchise for the personal computer, has been rebuiltfrom the ground upexclusively for the Xbox video game system. Links 2004 delivers one of the most realistic

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4.0 out of 5 stars Oldly but a goody March 13 2013
By Baboom
A good golf game that is challenging and realistic. Old style xbox so controls are a bit strange - but works well.
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1.0 out of 5 stars What can I say..Microsoft has proven it again... Dec 19 2003
You've proven that you are only out for a buck and could careless about putting out a quality product. It is amazing that the Links franchise could go from one of the greatest golf games of all times in Links 2001(PC) to what is the worst golf game since the days of the regular NES system. There is no control on this game whatsoever, chipping is a joke, and the putting is the worst system I have ever seen. You are in no control of what goes on. The player simply hits buttons and hopes for the best on this game. It's so depressing, the mighty Links franchise has fallen and fallen hard. Trust a real golfer folks, if you want realism, get Tiger Woods 2004 for any system. Even if you are given this game, return it immediately, your health will appreciate it. As I said, Microsoft proves every time it releases something that they could careless about quality(for those of us who have to run Windows SUXP you know what I mean).
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4.0 out of 5 stars Tough Call in 2004 between Tiger and Links Dec 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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4.0 out of 5 stars Fantastic debut Dec 1 2003
Links 2004 is a great golf game.
My favorite thing about this game is that unlike Tiger Woods it actually has a cool putting game where you actually really aim manually and swing your club (rather than just estimate the caddy tip distances on the screen). The putting game is tense, exciting and all around a huge part of the fun of this game, which is something that is lacking in Tiger Woods' terrible putting interface. The high resolution courses are great too, though they are not as plentiful and varied as the course selection in Tiger Woods. I have to say that after having played both Tiger Woods and Links extensively, I have grown to prefer Links' swing system, especially on the green. In Links once you hit the ball you don't have control over it, as in real golf. I prefer commiting to your swing and watching the results unfold (as Links does it) but some players will definitely prefer controlling the spin in the air as in Tiger Woods. In Links you can still apply spin but you determine it at swing time.
Unfortunately the player models in this game do not look very good, especially when compared to the fantastic modeling/texturing (especially in the face) found in Tiger Woods. Also, the sand traps are ridiculous. They act as totally hard surfaces with a flat sand skin applied to them. I've even bounced balls two to three times across a trap and then rolled out! Between that and the poor character models I chipped a star of my rating for what is otherwise an outstanding golf game. If they keep working hard on this game it could easily eclipse Tiger Woods in quality in future versions, especially if EA gets lazy and doesn't evolve their game (see the last 3 years of Madden vs ESPN Football).
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4.0 out of 5 stars best golf game July 17 2004
By A Customer
this golf game is simple so it is easier for kids. Also it has many modes, such as practice shots and intense competition!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Better than Tiger Wood May 30 2004
By R. Sipp
Not a lot of fluff, just good game play. When you do what you're suppose to do you make the shot.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Rock Solid Gameplay May 17 2004
Links 2004 is a fairly decent golf game. You get to choose and design your player and then start off on a career. The controls are fairly easy and there's really no learning curve to this game. One you pass a few tests, new courses and tournaments open up. The one thing I didn't like were the announcers in this game. Their commentary is so choppy it gets annoying, fast.
Despite the game's uneven presentation, Links 2004 is still a good choice. The game is not much different from Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2004, but it's generally not as polished or feature-rich.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Absolutely the BEST!!
This game is just plain awesome. Tiger Woods game has become a cartoon. This game with the true swing, the courses, etc. etc. is simply the best. Read more
Published on April 16 2004 by "mkquigs"
5.0 out of 5 stars Great fun, very addicting!
I've found this game to be a blast. Not so hard that it becomes frustrating and not too easy so as to be meaningless. You learn a lot about golf too. Read more
Published on March 11 2004 by Robert Egelston
1.0 out of 5 stars Microsoft are a bunch of idiots.
This game has bugs that will eat your stats and unlocked equipment, take your money away, and force you to do things you have allready done if you are unlucky enough to come across... Read more
Published on Feb. 29 2004 by David Lee Pierce
4.0 out of 5 stars links 2004
i hate video games.... but this game is totally addicting.i love it. you feel like you accomplished something and u can play online too and win more money and keep it in your solo... Read more
Published on Feb. 17 2004
2.0 out of 5 stars Too Many Gimmicks
Links 2004 has way too many goofy special effects. Also, the game is not challenging enough. You can pretty much just fire away at will and get a low score. Read more
Published on Feb. 14 2004
1.0 out of 5 stars Don't buy this for the Xbox Live and XSN features!
I'll start off by saying that I was highly anticipating the release of this game on the Xbox console. Read more
Published on Jan. 9 2004
4.0 out of 5 stars Links 2004
I bought Tiger Woods 2003 last year and loved it. I was hoping that TW 2004 would be on Xbox Live, but no. So I tried Links. Read more
Published on Jan. 7 2004 by Keith Goglin
4.0 out of 5 stars a change of pace for Tiger fans
the difference between Tiger Woods 2003 and Tiger Woods 2004 is very marginal, not much changed. so if you're in the market for a new golf title, Links 2004 is just the ticket. Read more
Published on Jan. 3 2004 by punkviper
5.0 out of 5 stars Tiger Woods 2004 -or- Links 2004...???
If you are deciding between Tiger Woods 2004 or Links 2004, I will tell you the differences.
Both games are set up very nicely. Read more
Published on Dec 27 2003 by The Dangsta
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