Multi Everybody's Golf from Vita to PS3

HaloJ

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I loved Everybody's Gold World Tour; completing it to almost 100% offline and many a fun hour spent competing online. I was disappointed when the next iteration of Everybody's Golf (Hot Shots Golf to those in the US) went to the Vita and not the main consoles. I'm happy to say I can now put that disappointment to one side as rumours of a Japanese PS3 release in November emerge. Hopefully this will be followed by a Western release sometime in the future.

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The game is rumoured to be launching with Vita extra content included. Namely the two characters Erica and Gloria together with their cosplay costumes. Also one of the golf courses which as yet I've not found information about.

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The game is also said to use full 1080p graphics, move support and cross play between PS3 and Vita. The inclusion of Cross Play could indicate that multiplayer is to be 4 player only rather than mass lobby but unsocial experience from the prior title.

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As can be seen it's looking gorgeous in these early leaked shots. Fingers crossed for a timely Western release as I always found Everybody's Golf to be a better game than Tiger Woods but some find it difficult to get past the cutesy characters.

Sources : eurogamer.net, twitter.com and allgamesbeta.com for the images
 

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I found the earlier everybodies golf games quite enjoyable. If there is a proper muliplayer mode for the PS 3 in the new one then it would be on my christmas list.
 

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After Everybody's Gold World Invitational's November release in Japan on the PS3 it has finally been reworked and translated for a Western audience and released onto PSN today for £11.99.

Anyone who owns any extra DLC on the Vita will be able to use that DLC on the PS3 version although unfortunately those who own it on the Vita will still have to purchase the title itself.

As I noted above it's 1080p with full move support, comms chat on 1vs1 and also full cross play between PS3/Vita. I loved World Tour and played it to 100% completion and I've only heard good things about the Vita version. The Vita version came with 13 playable characters and 6 courses much like the initial PS3 release although rumour has it that this version includes some extras which I'm yet to confirm.

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EDIT : Looks like 8 courses and 15 characters with a couple more available for purchase.
 
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