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Tiger Woods PGA Tour 10 Previews - PS3

Game Description:The PGA Tour is back, and it's better than ever! Head out to the links on some of the most realistic virtual courses ever. Real-time weather, an all-new feature, pulls data from Weather.com for accurate weather effects wherever you happen to be. You'll have to be ready to handle anything, including giving it a little extra to putt through water on the grass thanks to rain. Scott Van Pelt is now in the announcer's booth for that extra bit of realism on the tournament-style courses. You'll even see the crowd - and T.V. towers - increase in number as the tour gets going. And putting it in the cup is even more fun thanks to the new Precision Putting system!
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    Adam goes On Location to preview a few upcoming EA Sports games including 'EA Sports Active', 'Grand Slam Tennis', 'Tiger Woods PGA Tour 10' and 'Fight Night Round 4'.

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