NEWS - Tuesday, May 13, 2003


Links 2004 Fact Sheet

"Links 2004" Fact Sheet April 2003 Title: "Links® 2004" Publisher: Microsoft® Game Studios Developer: Microsoft Game Studios Brand: XSN Sports Format: DVD for the Xbox® video game system, Xbox LiveTM-enabled ESRB Rating: "E" for Everyone Availability: Holiday 2003 Product Overview: "Links," the best-selling* golf franchise for the personal computer, has been rebuilt from the ground up exclusively for the Xbox video game system to deliver one of the most realistic and competitive golf experiences. Utilizing revolutionary new Web-based technology exclusive to XSN Sports titles, gamers and golf fans worldwide will have the ability to organize and compete online in friendly matches with old golfing buddies and organize their own tours and tournaments from a centralized Web site, XSNsports.com, that pulls the information from Xbox Live. "Links 2004" also features top championship courses and top professionals, including cover athlete Sergio Garcia. Key Features: XSN Sports. XSN Sports is the first lineup of Xbox games where sports fans compete beyond the game. For the first time ever, gamers can challenge real people, create their own leagues and build their own rivalries. XSN Sports is the breakthrough sports fans have been waiting for. Each tournament comes alive with dramatic television-style presentation, commentary and analysis. XSNsports.com. XSNsports.com is the Web-based service that links a gamer’s Xbox console, Xbox Live, PC and cell phone together for the first time ever. "Links 2004" fans will now be able to organize their own tours and tournaments from a centralized Web site, and Xbox Live will automatically broadcast up-to-date scores, standings and statistics to any Web-based device. Playing like the pros. "Links 2004" makes players feel like real pros as they compete in tournaments broadcast in remarkably realistic TV-style presentation. Players are put in the center of intense action with commentary from TV legends. Tour of duty. Players can start a career with virtually nothing but desire, some talent, and average equipment. They can work hard, win, and become the world’s No. 1 player by winning coveted golf championships on the world’s greatest courses and earning sponsorships from some of the greatest golf-equipment manufacturers for additional income and better gear. A player’s gallery of fans will grow and cheer as he or she competes against the field for larger purses and tour prestige. Championship courses. "Links 2004" features some of the most luxurious and challenging golf courses in the world, including Greywolf (Alberta, Canada), New South Wales (Australia) and the Four Seasons Resort Aviara (California). Detailed golf environments. Players can hit the sweet spot for a 300-yard drive and roll in a 20-foot putt for a birdie, while experiencing the dew-covered fairways and crosscut greens. "Links 2004" offers gamers the ultimate golf experience. The top courses from around the world come to life with animated water, ocean surf, 3-D trees, divots, galleries of golf fans that react to players’ shots, and golf course wildlife including birds, ducks, squirrels and gophers. The lifelike courses feature sun-cast shadows that change depending on the time of day, birds that are spooked when a ball hits a tree, and ducks that will scatter when a ball hits the drink. Control over each and every shot. The Real-Time Swing feature provides players with complete control over every shot, giving advanced players the opportunity to draw, fade, punch, chip or flop to win a hole. The left thumb stick acts as the club with ball physics factoring in speed, tempo, direction and course conditions in real time. The golfers. Golf fans can play as golf superstar Sergio Garcia or as other professional golfers to perfect their game. Gamers also can create a character with unique physical characteristics, skills, apparel and personality. Players can be aggressive and take risks or be conservative and lay up. "Links 2004" has a personality to suit every type, and each character’s celebrations and audio commentary will match their personality.
Source: http://www.gamespress.com/

Comments

Site Statistics

Registered Members: 43,969
Forum Posts: 725,025
Xbox One Titles: 629
Xbox 360 Titles: 1,084
Xbox 360 Kinect Titles: 95
Xbox 360 Arcade Titles: 583
Xbox Titles: 847
Staff Reviews: 1,429
Member Reviews: 10,339
News Articles: 13,022
Screenshots: 28,654
Xbox 360 Achievements: 45,112
Xbox 360 Faceplates: 2,016
Cheat Codes: 1,706

Latest News








See News Archives

Community Forum Activity

Club for Forza Horizon 3
Post by TheOutcast-XBA
9 Replies, 365 Views

Destiny: Rise of Iron - Devil's Lair Strike Remastered
Post by Variation-XBA
0 Replies, 80 Views

Video - Destiny: Rise of Iron
Post by Variation-XBA
0 Replies, 77 Views

Interview: Kevin Carthew - Creative Director of Team17
Post by Variation-XBA
0 Replies, 61 Views

XboxAddict Gaming Club
Post by Symmetric-XBA
10 Replies, 240 Views

Article: The Art of Deus Ex Universe Artbook
Post by Variation-XBA
0 Replies, 139 Views

Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Preview
Post by Variation-XBA
0 Replies, 155 Views

Halo Bluetooth Speaker - YES PLEASE
Post by TheOutcast-XBA
6 Replies, 371 Views

Titanfall 2 Pre Alpha Tech Test Impressions
Post by Variation-XBA
1 Replies, 303 Views

Les jeux par abonnement
Post by oryanphine
0 Replies, 284 Views

In Preparation For Horizon 3!
Post by Creeping Judas
7 Replies, 322 Views

Sword Coast Legends - A Hidden Gem
Post by Creeping Judas
3 Replies, 355 Views

Xbox Design Lab: A Neat Way To Make Xbox One Gaming Personal
Post by Variation-XBA
1 Replies, 300 Views

Xbox One S - I will indeed buy one
Post by TheOutcast-XBA
12 Replies, 546 Views

It Is Happening
Post by laughs
26 Replies, 1341 Views

© 2000-2016 XboxAddict.com - All rights reserved. All trademarks are properties of their respective owners.
Xbox is a registered trademark of Microsoft. XboxAddict.com is not affiliated with Microsoft.

Made in Canada
Site Design by Cameron Graphics