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Golf With Your Friends 


I vaguely remember all of the coverage Family Friendly Gaming did of Golf With Your Friends. It was one of those games we spent all kinds of time, and money on publishing coverage that makes the video game company all kinds of sales and money. When we professionally request a copy to review the game the only response we got was a wav file with crickets chirping. Then we forget about the product because there are a lot more to publish coverage on. It does not get added to our video game wish list (where we purchase games and cover whenever we feel like it) because there is no physical copy.

That is the story of what happened with Golf With Your Friends. Sadly it happens way too often in this day and age of selfishness and lack of community, integrity, and professional development. I actually had ten whole minutes to myself recently where I was not helping someone, serving others, leading, or working some job. I checked out what was freely on Xbox Game Pass which Peter pays for. A synapse fired in my brain and I remember Golf With Your Friends is a game I wanted to check out.

After playing Golf With Your Friends I see why our review request was unprofessionally ignored. We speak the truth in love and are not part of the bought off corrupt gaming media outlets. Golf With Your Friends has some serious problems with it. The controls remind me of the Gummy Bears mini golf games. We have a gauge that fills or depletes based on which button is being pressed. Those are very touchy too.

The way we line up a shot is really odd in Golf With Your Friends. I think the developer decided to make Golf With Your Friends as convoluted as possible in terms of the controls. I eventually did figure out how to hit the ball in Golf With Your Friends. The biggest problem with Golf With Your Friends is trying to figure out how much power to use. At three bars I go flying off the hill and out of bounds. At two and a half bars I don't make it up the hill. Each attempt is costing me shots and making that score worse. At times I felt like I was a player hitting the ball that looked more like a helicopter blade constantly spinning than someone playing putt putt golf.

Golf With Your Friends can be played offline or online. Twelve players can play Golf With Your Friends in the multiplayer. Two family members can play Golf With Your Friends locally with the split screen. The first person ball visuals are a bit odd at first. Each course also has a timer on it so we can't take forever. Going into free camera view is very handy in understanding what the course looks like. The best feature in Golf With Your Friends is being able to jump with your ball.

The modes in Golf With Your Friends are classic, dunk, hockey, explore, and party. If you are willing to take the time you should be able to learn this downloadable mini-golf video game that has numerous setting options. The thirteen courses should keep most families engaged for a week or two. Hitting the ball with too much power is common place in Golf With Your Friends in the beginning.
- Paul


Graphics: 60%
Sound: 78%
Replay/Extras: 75%
Gameplay: 63%
Family Friendly Factor: 75%

System: Nintendo Switch/PC/PS4/Xbox One(tested)
Publisher: Team17
Developer: Blacklight Interactive
Rating: 'E10+' for Everyone TEN and OLDER ONLY
{Mild Blood, Mild Fantasy Violence}

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