Hot Shots Golf: Out of Bounds Swings Into Retail

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Hot Shots Golf finally makes its way back to consoles this week with SCEA today releasing Hot Shots Golf: Out of Bounds for PS3. The series’ PS3-exclusive debut comes packed with more than enough to satiate the arcade golfing game fan, including colorfully stunning graphics, 21 over-the-top character personalities (15 playable characters, six caddies), customizable character clothing and attributes, larger courses, realistic ball physics, a new Advanced Shot swing mechanic, Challenge, Stroke and Training single-player modes, and an extensive lineup of online activities featuring 50-player tournaments, eight-player New Real Format matches, an interactive online lobby area to chat with other HSG players, real-time stat tracking and plans for post-launch downloadable add-on content. Sounds fantastic, can’t wait to give it a try!

“Hot Shots Golf: Out of Bounds truly offers a golf experience for everyone, striking a balance between the wacky Hot Shots universe and realistic golfing action that can only be delivered on PS3,” said Jeff Reese, director, software marketing, SCEA. “From its intuitive controls, to brilliant graphics, to robust online functionality, Hot Shots Golf: Out of Bounds delivers the most entertaining and quirky golf gaming experience available.”

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