Super Swing Golf Season 2 Sinks Retail Hole-in-one

Wii owners still looking to add another game to their holiday wish lists have one more option to choose from with Tecmo’s release of Super Swing Golf Season 2 this week. Super Swing Golf Season 2 actually comes one year to the day in follow up to the original game that came right after the Wii’s launch last year. The sequel comes with a whopping 14 fantasy courses set on beautiful Pangya Island, an updated single player tour mode, multiplayer party games like Darts and Longest Drive for pick-up-and-play competitive fun, eight playable characters, a collection of unlockable bonus costumes starring notable Tecmo characters like Ninja Gaiden‘s Ryu and Rachel, and more. Super Swing Golf Season 2 is on store shelves now for $39.99 exclusively for the Wii. Watch this new launch trailer for more.

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“The holidays are a great time to be playing Super Swing Golf Season 2,” says Yoh Watanabe, Tecmo’s Marketing Manager. “Since families and friends are getting together, playing a game as fun and easy to get into as this one just makes sense.”

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