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We Love Golf! Previews - Wii

Game Description:The title says it all. If you love golf, you're guaranteed to adore this expansive golf experience for Nintendo Wii. We Love Golf! puts you right on the course, where you'll have to pick the right club, watch the wind conditions, and read the greens to make the perfect shot. We Love Golf! is the first online-capable golf game for Wii. Take your favorite character or your Mii onto virtual courses where you can challenge friends and strangers for worldwide bragging rights. Multiple game modes include Training, Tournament, Mini-Games, multiplayer for up to four, and more. It all happens with incredibly realistic physics and an impressive TV-style presentation.
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    X-Play gets the latest on the upcoming We Love Golf from Camelot's Hiroyuki Takahashi

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