after CCCP launched we were asked by many of
the members which next-gen console was the one
to go out and buy. Vaughn even worked out a
grading system based on sales and titles. He
later changed his mind as more information came
out and we got a chance to see some of the games
and the full list of features. Being the new
guy on the block I had a strong feeling about
the Xbox system. Of course the main problem
at the time was the fact that the Xbox system
had the name Microsoft attached to it and back
then, that wasn't a good thing. I had a good
feeling about it but Vaughn wasn't convinced
that they were going to pull it off. I think
he's changed his mind since then. :)
it's the new handheld systems that we are getting
asked which one is going to be the best? That
question is still something we are unable to
answer. Why you may ask? Simple. The info is
still not enough for us to give our thoughts
on. I will say at first I really thought if
anyone could make a decent handheld system to
follow the next-gen consoles it was the DS.
Now I am really leaning towards the PSP and
it sounds like Vaughn is as well. If you saw
the screen shots for the PSP version of Need
For Speed you know why. Now we get a chance
to see the PSP version of Tiger Woods and it's
hard to believe the screen shots are from a
real bottom line is both the DS and the PSP
are both going to have some great titles. It's
also a fact no matter what we think it will
be up to each person's choice and personal tastes.
I will say if Sony keeps showing us screenshots
like these it is going to be hard for us not
to get excited about the PSP.
Woods for the PSP will feature some of the best
courses from the 2004 and the new 2005 version.
It will offer a single player mode and a multi-player
mode using the new Wi-Fi wireless capabilities
of the system and we want to know more about
how this is going to work. It looks like TWPGA
for the PSP is going to mirror the console version
in almost every way. It will also offer great
camera angles and smooth animations and the
every hole is looking very detailed. Not bad
for a handheld system and to be honest if we
where to place screen shots and ask you to guess
which ones are from the
PSP version and the PS2 version you maybe surprised
at the amount of wrong guesses. Gamers will
be able to change the settings and the "Tiger
also be in the smaller version.
at the Tokyo Game show Tiger got a lot of attention.
Players will use the analog stick for pinpoint
accuracy. Keep watching for updated previews
and more detailed info on Tiger Woods and more
screen shots and detailed game features.