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Ever since it was founded in 1998, Japanese game developer Clap Hanz has focused on producing Everybody's titles released exclusively for PlayStation hardware. However, 2021 signals an end to that exclusivity, with the developer's latest golf game launching for Apple Arcade instead.




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In total, Clap Hanz has developed 12 Everybody's titles for Sony, spread across the original PlayStation, PS2, PSP, PS3, PS Vita, PS4, and PSVR. Nine of those titles were golf games, but as VGC reports(Opens in a new window), the tenth golf game it's launching no longer carries the Everybody's branding. Instead, it's called Clap Hanz Golf(Opens in a new window), is self-published, and available for Apple Arcade(Opens in a new window) as of last Friday.


Even though it's exclusive to Apple hardware rather than Sony's, this looks to be a typical Clap Hanz golf game, offering multiple play modes (Tour, Score Attack, Survival) and a local multiplayer option. The visuals are the same colorful and vibrant graphics we expect from an Everybody's Golf title, only minus the branding or distinctive character designs. Regular video game golfers will be happy to hear Clap Hanz included support for controllers, which also means you can play it using an Apple TV.


Clap Hanz developed all but the first Everybody's Golf game for Sony, which was handled by Camelot Software back in 1997. There's nothing to suggest it won't do more Everybody's titles in future, but for now, the developer has gone elsewhere to sell its very popular games. Hopefully they'll be back for a PS5 golf and/or tennis game soon.


@sanderson72The game is 5 years old and the online population has fallen to just hundreds. Look at this four-year-old thread I am linking and even then the numbers had fallen as low as 600 simultaneously. They still supported it for 4 more years since then. Servers cost money you know and they cannot keep supporting every dead game eternally. -everybodys-golf/76014138


@Jaz007The player base had fallen in just hundreds just 1 year after release. The game was dead on arrival and they continued to support it for 4 more years. What more do you want? They cannot keep supporting and wasting money on every dead game eternally. -everybodys-golf/76014138


I don't care about the online features. I've barely ever used them. But it and its predecessors have all been really fun games. Hopefully they eventually make another one for real and not just mobile.


@PlayStationGamer3919 Sadly you're 100% correct. Now don't get me wrong, it's still an outstanding game, just not on the same level as any of the HSG games. Seems like they were more focused on making an open world game than an actual golf game. They ditched all the zany and interesting characters for a horrible golfer creator that lacked the ability to make golfers truly unique. Courses just weren't as interesting as past games. Online play kinda sucked, miss the G1-G3 tourneys. I'd rather have an Out of Bounds 2. Lose the golf cart races and fishing and the custom clubs, and go back to what made the series so awesome. Definitely was 3 steps backwards


World Invitational was the best-selling Vita game in Japan at launch time. Critics have praised the game, with PlayStation LifeStyle calling it, "an outstanding game, bursting with fun, and enjoyable by gamers of all demographics" in its 8/10 review. Simon Parkin of Eurogamer scored it 7/10 and said "Everybody's Golf will never stand centre stage in the Vita's launch line-up. But in truth, it's one of the strongest launch titles, offering taut fun and challenge in a rapid-fire, quick-load manner that's perfectly suited to the handheld." Metro.co.uk awarded it 7/10, saying, "this amiable golf sim is another excellent showcase for the PS Vita."


If the idea of a rewarding and delightful game of golf in a virtual reality world sounds appealing to you then you'll love your time with Everybody's Golf VR. I just wish that the courses allowed more than 1 person to play at a time.


PGA Tour 2K21 is the top-selling golf game for PS4 and is as realistic as it gets. You can also keep things interesting by creating your own golf courses. You can also create your own clubhouse, matches, and tournaments with friends.


To help you learn the game, there are real-time tutorials and tips from experts with shot suggestions and advice on real-life golf skills. Experienced players can calibrate their swings for perfect distance and form. Furthermore, advanced players can review putts allowing them to correct mistakes.


Next in our PS4 golf game reviews is The Golf Club 2. This was the top franchise before 2K Sports bought it. Although PGA Tour 2K21 replaced it, it still provides an authentic experience that is worth adding to your library of the best golf games on PS4.


You can stage 2 player golf games and friendly matches against online friends or players globally. Customization allows you to build cartoon-like characters with different outfits and silly avatars, allowing you and your friends to get up to mischief.


When you need a break from the putting green, you can fish in the water traps or take your golf cart for a spin around the course to take in the scenery. This arcade-style video game allows players to gain XP and in-game currency to purchase cosmetics and gear.


Several real-world golf courses and environments made especially for the game are combined for an authentic golf experience. Beginners can select the easier arcade-style control input, while advanced players can tweak their swings for maximum effect.


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@RandomNerds I don't like the two click controls, it introduced absolute random shot effects if trying to use the full distance of your club, I'm not a fan of the whole 'super' side/back/top spin elements....Just didn't feel like a good game of golf, whereas 64 and Everybody's both play a great game underneath all the trappings.


@RandomNerds you didn't ask me obvs, but for me, the new mario golf game is massively dumbed down, to facilitate speed golf. no fine control over your shots, it's a basic 2 click, with random cut/fade once you hit the shot hard. mario golf on n64 was miles ahead as a sharp controlling golf game, with loads more content for a single player. the new game is all about the online speed golf gimmick.


We were able to jump into a random match nice and quickly, where one player was a veteran with a high-ranked golfer but another was only just starting out. The character levels make a big difference in performance, so there can be mismatches but it's very casual and relaxed across a few holes. You can share supportive emotes which helped make it a charming experience; if you want to take the game seriously online, you need to tackle the Tournament instead.


Easy Come Easy Golf is, all taken into account, very easy to recommend for fans of golf games, and a great Nintendo debut for the Everybody's Golf series. It's enjoyable and polished golf with some fun twists while offering a huge amount of content to unlock and solid multiplayer options. Even with minor performance hitches and some iffy audio, we found ourselves having plenty of fun and kept coming back for a few extra holes. It's certainly under par, in a good way.


@StarPoint that's fine and no problem in that. If you have never played an everybody's golf, they are very good. Sadly but only my opinion, I don't think the latest versions of Mario Tennis or Golf have been as good as they were on the GameCube. Shame as they were some of my favourites back then.


@Kiwi_Unlimited Yeah, the Switch motion controls, at least in terms of golf, don't feel close to the ones from the Tiger Woods games, which were supposedly built on inferior motion-control technology. If you opened or closed the remote face just a hair, you sliced or hooked, and you could competently draw or fade. It was a super-realistic experience. Mario Golf Super Rush's motion controls feel like the original Wii Sports.


I'd really like to know how the motion controls are. Seems weird that they didn't mention motion controls in a Switch review of a golf game. That's literally the difference between me picking up the game or not. Any sport game on the Switch should have a point marked down for not having it, and seeing it not even being listed as a Con or Pro, it just sounds like a paid article at that point. Switch Sports sold 5 million copies in 3 months because of motion controls, you remove that, and it's just another game.


Definitely seems like a mobile game that's been ported and cleaned up for console play. I still have Everybody's Golf on PS4 and Golf Story on Switch though so I'm okay passing on golf entries for awhile.


Gonna take a shot (lame pun intended?) at this eventually. I'm generally not really a golf game player but Everybody's Golf is one of the few golf IPs I like so hopefully I will find some enjoyment from its spiritual sibling here.


This is a great game and was a release day purchase for me since I am a big Hot Shots Golf and Everybody's Golf fan. This game is fun and is the best golf game on the Switch. The graphics are crisp, clear, and colorful even in handheld mode. The control is precise and easy to use. There are many options, gameplay choices, characters to choose from, outfits, etc. I wish more online opponents were present. I have had to wait a while before someone shows up if at all. I think the game's title and uninspired logo may hurt the success of this otherwise fantastic game.


So, after the embarrassingly bad Everybody's Golf for PS4, Clap Hanz just went ahead and released a proper sequel exclusive to Switch (and Apple)? Considering the equally embarrassing last Mario Golf, I hope this will be THE good golf game on Switch. 350c69d7ab


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