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Thanks to Peter paying for Xbox Game Pass we were able to play Turbo Golf Racing on the Xbox Series X for not additional costs. I would have been very unhappy with Turbo Golf Racing if I had to pay money for it. Which is a shame because everyone here at Family Friendly Gaming was ultra excited to play Turbo Golf Racing. The idea of Turbo Golf Racing is a great one - it is Rocket League for golf. We have some cool looking vehicles that race around the golf course hitting a giant ball into a hole. How could anyone go wrong with that concept?

The loose controls are the biggest problem with Turbo Golf Racing. It is so easy to go flying right by the ball and miss. Players can reset the ball back to their last hit. The other choice is to try and drive back and around the ball to get a good shot on what you just missed. Either option costs the player time. This can be a problem in online mode when players are competing against one another. The single player mode in Turbo Golf Racing is all about getting the ball into the hole in really fast times. The controls make this nearly impossible most of the time.

When Turbo Golf Racing does work it can be a blast. I learned that turbo can be a mistake in some cases. I flew over the ball a few times when the golf course dropped a level. Another odd thing about Turbo Golf Racing is the way the ball will go when you come flying up on it. At times it would only go wide right or wide left. I tried all kinds of things to get this to work properly. The good news is everyone suffers with these controls. I saw a lot of people quit and leave the game because of the controls. I talked to a few people that said they would never play this game again because of the controls.

Turbo Golf Racing is very bright and colorful. I really like the looks, and sounds within Turbo Golf Racing. There are items that can be earned and purchased to change the look of your vehicle. There are also two different power ups the player can choose from once they earned them. They can do things like no slow you down in a sand trap, or draw the ball to you. There are also power ups that can be found and used in each of the courses like missiles and shields.

I had some moments of fun while playing Turbo Golf Racing. The frustration with the controls is what makes me put this game down, and delete it. It might be different if there were physical copy versions of Turbo Golf Racing available to purchase here in the United States. As of right now I am done with Turbo Golf Racing. Maybe they clean things up in the future. I have been playing for five weeks and nothing has improved. There are less and less players playing Turbo Golf Racing as well.
- Paul


Graphics: 79%
Sounds: 77%
Replay/Extras: 63%
Gameplay: 60%
Family Friendly Factor: 70%

System: PC/Xbox One/Xbox Series X
Publisher: Secret Mode
Developer: Hugecalf Studios
Rating: ‘E’ - Everyone SIX and OLDER ONLY {Mild Fantasy Violence}

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