Hot Shots Golf was probably one of my most played games on the PS2 and when I seen this game available for the PS Vita, I knew I had to get it. Mostly for nostalgia reasons and those seem to get me in the most trouble. Anyway you know the deal, if it’s on this list, it means I never finished it so let me tell you why.
Hot Shots Golf: World Invitational is your typical Anime style “Hot Shots” type game. Choose your character and play golf. It’s as simple as that in this over the top style golf game. There are a bunch of different challenges, courses, and things to do that you think this game would never become boring.
Guess who got bored with this game? Me. Yes there are a bunch of things to do and this game fully utilizes the PS Vita by using the touch screen and all that good stuff, but you can only play so many times and lose before you get bored. While I did have the thought of getting trophies in the back of my mind, it didn’t stop me from putting this game down and never finishing it.
Out of the 37 trophies for this game, I was only able to get 6. This is painful because it make it look like I didn’t even try. I swear I did though because I even made it to the Bronze rank and just couldn’t beat it. Also, the trophies for this game are hard and a lot of them are ultra-rare.
Probability of this game getting played again…2 out of 5.
This isn’t my first choice when it come to the PS Vita games, but it is still installed on my PS Vita and with the Vita looking like it might be going away soon, I may have no other option if I for some reason happen to finish all the other PS Vita games that I have and need something to play on my PS Vita. That being said, I still have a bunch of PS Vita games so it’s gong to take a good long while before I will actually be able to get to this time
Now it’s your turn. Love this game? Hate this game? Buy it for nostalgic reasons like me? Let me know down in the comments section and for next week my first ever JRPG game. As you know, I’m a huge fan of RPG games, but I never played a JRPG which is why I decided to give Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch a chance. Come back next week to see why I never finished this one.