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Fri, Jan 22, 2010 | 15:10 GMT
Thu, Jul 23, 2009 | 20:28 BST
Electronic Arts has released DLC for Tiger Woods PGA Tour 10 on Xbox Live and PSN.
It’s a single course called Banff Springs and is the first time the Canadian course has appeared in the franchise.
The DLC will run you 600 MS Points ($7.50).
Fri, May 29, 2009 | 13:46 BST
Kotaku’s reporting that Tiger Woods won’t be released on disc for PC and Mac this year.
The news comes after an SAI story this morning that pointed towards EA taking a more online approach with the game.
Full thing through there. Don’t be hugely shocked if exactly the same thing happens to Madden and FIFA next week.
Fri, May 22, 2009 | 01:04 BST
Highlights from the US PS store update this week include demos for inFamous, Tiger Woods PGA Tour 10, and Monster Hunter Freedom Unite.
User can also expect two PS1 games and the usual DLC along with the LittleBigPlanet Monster pack.
You can get the full list after the break, courtesy of Joystiq.
- Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six PS1 game ($5.99)
- Ford Racing PS1 game ($5.99)
- inFamous demo
- Up demo
- Tiger Woods PGA Tour 10 demo
Thu, May 21, 2009 | 14:40 BST
A demo for Tiger Woods PGA Tour 10 is now up on Xbox Live and PSN.
Players can take part in a two hole practice round on both the Bethpage-Black and Turnberry courses, and get a taste of Tournament Challenge. In it, players will participate in a single challenge to get a preview of the mode while a number of preview screens will be made available.
Full game’s in stores June 8.
Click through the links for the rest.
Sat, May 09, 2009 | 15:23 BST
Tiger Woods PGA TOUR 10 will support EA Sports Live Tournaments online mode.
Tournaments consist of daily, weekly and Play the Pros tournament categories. Players can log on each day to play 18 holes and then check their daily status on the leaderboard. If you prefer, there are also weekly tournaments where you can post scores from four rounds spanning an entire week.
Play the Pros is a bit different. Instead of using a gamer-submitted leaderboard, players post their scores against actual scores accumulated from PGA golfers during a professional event.
EA Sports Live Tournaments is available on PS3, Xbox 360, and Wii.
The game releases June 8 in North America, June 18 in Australia, and June 30 in the UK for the consoles mentioned above, plus PS2 and PSP.
Watch a video of it below, followed by a lovely press release.
Fri, May 08, 2009 | 23:31 BST
EA has said that its upcoming sports games using Wii MotionPlus will not give gamers a competitive multiplayer advantage over those who do not have the add-on. Doesn’t
“We didn’t want to make it more beneficial for players who have MotionPlus,” said Grand Slam Tennis producer Thomas Singleton. “It’s just different.”
Differences between the two options of control will boil down to feeling and mechanics.
Tiger Woods PGA Tour 10 and Grand Slam Tennis are the first ones to use WMP, and both hits stores June 8.
More over on Kotaku.
Mon, May 04, 2009 | 22:27 BST
Tiger Woods PGA TOUR 10 and Grand Slam Tennis will release a week early, EA said today.
Both games will now hit the US on June 8, and both support Wii MotionPlus. Which is why the games have been brought forward: the peripheral launches on the same day.
Press release here.
Sat, Apr 25, 2009 | 16:48 BST
EA has released another video for Tiger Woods PGA Tour 10.
Loads of golf stuff in it, including talk about the tournament challenges, clips of Tiger chatting about his mindset during some of his most memorable moments and other, well, golf stuff.
The game’s out for PSP, PS2, PS3 and Xbox 360 this summer along with the Wii MotionPlus bundle.
Tue, Apr 21, 2009 | 16:22 BST
Both Tiger Woods PGA Tour 10 and Grand Slam Tennis are to be bundled with Wii MotionPlus, EA just announced.
The company said specifically that, “the Wii versions of both Tiger Woods PGA Tour 10 and EA Sports Grand Slam Tennis will be bundled with Nintendo’s new Wii MotionPlus accessory when the titles ship to stores this summer in Europe. In North America, Tiger Woods PGA Tour 10 will be bundled with the Wii MotionPlus accessory at launch.”
MotionPlus launches in the US on June 8 and in Europe on June 12.
Release after the break.
Fri, Mar 13, 2009 | 16:29 GMT
EA has officially announced Tiger Woods PGA Tour 10.
Real-time weather will be reflected on every course, and a television broadcast style presentation with instantaneous updates will be included
ESPN’s Scott Van Pelt and the Golf Channel’s Kelly Tilghman will be the announcers.
Implementation of Wii MotionPlus includes the real-life golfing ability to draw and fade, and the ability to “open up your clubface” to take on that “dogleg or tap in that five-foot putt”.
Still coming to PSP, PS2, PS3 and Xbox 360, although most news of it swirls around the Wii version.
Get the press release after the break.
Fri, Feb 27, 2009 | 22:55 GMT
EA Sports is planning on releasing games compatible with Wii MotionPlus regardless of whether the new feature has been launched or not.
Nintendo originally announced that Wii Sports Resort would be released and bundled with the WMP add-on come spring.
Now, MTV Multiplayer has learned that it is now listed instead as a “2009″ release.
EA games supporting Wii MotionPlus are expected to be released on June 16, but luckily, neither Tiger Woods PGA Tour 10 or Grand Slam Tennis are dependent on the add-on.
“Tiger and Tennis will be compatible, but not dependent, on WMP. They will ship with the functionality, regardless of when WMP comes to market”, said an EA spokesperson.
More through the link.
Thu, Feb 19, 2009 | 07:49 GMT
EA sent out an email event invite to US press last night confirming that the next edition of Tiger Woods will support Wii MotionPlus.
So will the company’s upcoming Tennis game. So will virtually every Wii game coming out at the end of this year, at a guess.
More on IGN.
Sat, Feb 14, 2009 | 19:51 GMT
EA’s released a teaser trailer’s Tiger Woods PGA Tour 10: see it after the break.
Not much to tell about it really. It’s just clips of professional golfers screaming at the crowd and thrusting their arms back and forth when they make a good putt. The phrase “Feel the Drama” flashes across the screen and then it’s over. No actual gameplay whatsoever.
The game will release on all consoles, handhelds and PC this year.