Mario Golf: Advance Tour Pro Reviews

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Mario Golf: Advance Tour Reviews

website score publish date article quality 9/10 Jul 14 '04
GameDaily 7/10 Jun 23 '04
Gamecube Europe /.4/10 Jun 20 '04
GamePro 13/15 Jun 21 '04
GamerFeed 3.5/5 Jun 22 '04
GameSpot 8.2/10 Jun 21 '04
Gamespy 4.5/5 Jun 25 '04
IGN GameBoy 9.5/10 Jun 11 '04
Neoseeker 9.0/10 Jul 01 '04
Nintendojo 9.4/10 Aug 26 '04
Planet GameCube 7.5/10 Jun 20 '04
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Mario Golf: Advance Tour Previews

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Gaming Target Mar 23 '04
Total Games Dec 11 '03
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"A superb control system, more modes than you could shake a golf club at, and loads of fun in multiplayer mean that Mario Golf: Toadstool Tour is more than worth your hard earned pennies."
"Mario Golf: Advance Tour is a fantastic game of golf, satisfying for fans of the sport or gamers generally looking for a good time."
"The addition of light role-playing elements to the otherwise standard golf gameplay doesn't always mesh particularly well, but the game is otherwise put together well enough that such minor design peculiarities are easy to overlook."
"This should be quite a fun little title, and if nothing else it gives gamers a reason to play Toadstool Tour again if they ever stopped. Oh, and a convenient golfing dictionary is also made available in the game, for those gamers not entirely familiar with the game of golf."
"Video golf might not be everyone's cup of tea, but no one can deny the amount of effort that went into the creation of Camelot's latest Game Boy Advance game. From its single player elements to its GameCube connectivity, to its Wireless Adapter support, it's impossible to list every single one of the elements that make Mario Golf: Advance Tour such an amazing GBA title; everything that made Mario Golf: Toadstool Tour, sans the 3D graphics, good has been improved upon for the portable rendition."