Grafische Entwicklung von Everybody’s Golf/Hot Shots Golf (1997–2017)

Grafische Entwicklung von Everybody39s GolfHot Shots Golf 1997 2017 android

Ent­wick­lung aller Everybody’s Golf/Hot Shots Golf­spie­le von 1997–2017! Everybody’s Golf (japa­nisch: みんなのGOLF Hepburn: Min­na no Golf), frü­her in Nord­ame­ri­ka als Hot Shots Golf bekannt, ist eine Rei­he von Golf­spie­len, die von Sony im Lau­fe der Geschich­te der Play­Sta­ti­on-Rei­he von Video­spiel­kon­so­len ver­öf­fent­licht wur­den. Die Serie ist bekannt für ihre humor­vol­le Her­an­ge­hens­wei­se an das Golf­spiel mit Zei­chen­trick­fi­gu­ren und Modi wie Mini­golf, gepaart mit einem rea­lis­ti­schen Motor und prä­zi­ser Ball­phy­sik. Sechs Haupt­spie­le der Serie wur­den zwi­schen 1997 und 2011 für Play­Sta­ti­on, Play­Sta­ti­on 2 und Play­sta­ti­on 3 ver­öf­fent­licht, mit wei­te­ren vier Spin-Off-Edi­tio­nen (dar­un­ter ein ähn­lich the­ma­ti­sier­tes Ten­nis­spiel und ver­schie­de­ne trag­ba­re Kon­so­len­ver­sio­nen) für Play­Sta­ti­on Por­ta­ble und Play­Sta­ti­on Vita Platt­for­men. Der neu­es­te Titel der Rei­he ist Everybody’s Golf, ver­öf­fent­licht im August 2017. Im Video ent­hal­te­ne Spie­le: Everybody’s Golf (1997) / Hot Shots Golf Everybody’s Golf 2 (1999) / Hot Shots Golf 2 Everybody’s Golf 3 (2001) / Hot Shots Golf 3 Jeder­manns Golf 4 (2003) / Hot Shots Golf Fore! Everybody’s Golf Por­ta­ble (2004) / Hot Shots Golf: Open Tee Everybody’s Ten­nis (2006) / Hot Shots Ten­nis Everybody’s Golf 5 (2007) / Hot Shots Golf: Out of Bounds / Everybody’s Golf: World Tour Everybody’s Golf Por­ta­ble 2 (2007) / Hot Shots Golf: Open Tee 2 Everybody’s Ten­nis Por­ta­ble (2010) / Hot Shots Ten­nis: Get a Grip Everybody’s Golf 6 (2011) / Hot Shots Golf: World Invi­ta­tio­nal Play­Sta­ti­on All-Stars Batt­le Roya­le (2012) Everybody’s Golf Mobi­le (2017) Everybody’s Golf (2017) Intro von Velo­sofy! https://​www​.you​tube​.com/​u​s​e​r​/​v​e​l​o​s​ofy Outro-Song: House­well & Side‑B feat. Karl Van­Bur­kleo – Drif­ting Away https://​www​.you​tube​.com/​w​a​t​c​h​?​v​=​K​d​Y​Y​e​z​h​W​_Jg House­well ➞ Sound­Cloud https://​sound​cloud​.com/​h​o​u​s​e​w​ell ➞ Face­book https://​www​.face​book​.com/​D​J​H​o​u​s​e​w​ell ➞ Twit­ter https:/ / ➞ You­Tube https://​www​.you​tube​.com/​u​s​e​r​/​H​o​u​s​e​wel… Sei­te B ➞ Face­book https://​www​.face​book​.com/​s​i​d​e​b​o​f​f​i​c​ial Karl Van­Bur­kleo ➞ Sound­Cloud https://​sound​cloud​.com /audioelevators Gefällt mir auf Face­book: https://​www​.face​book​.com/​v​g​a​m​i​n​g​h​i​s​t​ory Fol­ge mir auf Twit­ter: https://​twit​ter​.com/​V​G​a​m​i​n​g​H​i​s​t​ory … Und bit­te abon­nie­re jede Woche neue Videos!

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  1. take this down and do a PROPER video that does­n’t inclu­de other games…IMO ten­nis and batt­le roya­le are NOT golf and should­n’t be included

    1. No, this is an evo­lu­ti­on of the Everybody’s Golf/Hot Shots Golf seri­es. Everybody’s/Hot Shots Ten­nis games are a spin-off of the seri­es so tho­se count. As for PSASBR, the game made a cameo as a sta­ge, so that counts as well.

  2. The cha­rac­ters had so much more per­so­na­li­ty in the ear­ly days. My favo­ri­te one being HSG Fore!. It had tons of cha­rac­ters, tons of cour­ses and you did­n’t had to buy tons of DLCs. Ever­ything in one packa­ge. After that it went very bland with the cha­rac­ters and I feel they did­n’t had any real per­so­na­li­ty and charm. Even the pres­su­re sen­si­ti­ve but­tons (for once this fea­ture was gre­at for golf) was remo­ved on the PS3 even though the DS3 got this capa­bi­li­ty. Bes­i­de the visu­als it seems not much impro­ved unfortunately.

    1. I agree. As someo­ne who has play­ed almost all the ver­si­ons of this game over the years. The PS3 and PS4 games are still a gre­at mix of arca­de and simu­la­ti­on, but the charm and the quir­ki­ness is total­ly gone and I miss that. I would real­ly have lik­ed them to keep the alter­na­te con­trol sche­me as well. I hope at this point they are making the new one for the PS5. The­re has­n’t been much sup­port late­ly for Everybody’s Golf.

    1. @Sablicious may­be im a litt­le over zea­l­ous but i wish i could pick a cha­rac­ter with a decent swing and nor­mal atti­re. Mason is prob my fav cha­rac­ter for that rea­son and the later games dont seem to have cha­rac­ter clo­se to that.

    1. So it’s the same game but dif­fe­rent cha­rac­ters for dif­fe­rent regi­ons. Japa­ne­se cha­rac­ters in Hot Shots a Golf wouldn’t be popu­lar in Ame­ri­ca and Canada.

    2. In the late 90s and ear­ly 2000s. The inter­net and world wide media was weird. Not only were the­re a ton of games and movies lost in trans­la­ti­on, but a lot of com­pa­nies were unsu­re how their for­eign game would do in Ame­ri­ca, as Japa­ne­se cul­tu­re is very dif­fe­rent from the sta­tes’ nor­mals. As hsg 3 and fore show. The Japanese/EU exclu­si­ve cha­rac­ters have a more chi­bi design, fea­turing big eyes, and in some cases, less clot­hing, sin­ce that’s sim­ply their cul­tu­re in gaming. While the Ame­ri­can exclu­si­ve cha­rac­ters are all trans­la­ted very uni­que­ly. T‑Bone per­so­nal­ly stands out the most, as he’s basi­cal­ly your average tough gangs­ter in Japa­ne­se media. Hsg fore fur­ther pro­ves the ste­reo­ty­pe of how Japan sees black peop­le as he can be seen in New York mob atti­re. But in hsg 3, it was said that T‑bone “defen­ded his block with a nine iron”. Obvious­ly there’s a dif­fe­rence bet­ween the nyc bloo­ds (t‑bone is seen in red mul­ti­ple times) and the New York mafia. Ano­t­her ama­zing examp­le is Alan/Jonnie. Both being your gene­ric Hol­ly­wood actor with a huge ego and an expen­si­ve cell­p­ho­ne. It’s evi­dent that they wan­ted the cha­rac­ters to stick out in the Ame­ri­can ver­si­on, and to me, they did ama­zing. I love the bits of lore and cha­rac­ter that the Ame­ri­can ver­si­on has. So to ans­wer your ques­ti­on. Sony Ame­ri­ca just didn’t think Ame­ri­cans would under­stand Japa­ne­se cul­tu­re. I mys­elf own both ver­si­ons and am sexu­al­ly attrac­ted to mul­ti­ple Japa­ne­se cha­rac­ters, so it’s clear why they did that.

    3. @DustyDirk Could­n’t have said it bet­ter mys­elf and though I don’t own the Japa­ne­se ver­si­ons, sony America’s ver­si­ons of 3 and 4, the only ones I have, are just TOP NOTCH! T‑Bone is my favo­ri­te in both.

    1. @Scratches123 MeVi­de­os One can hope. Clap Hanz pro­bab­ly has some kind of exclu­si­vi­ty agree­ment with Apple for the time being.

    2. @J2 tha c let’s see here
      1. Pre­sen­ta­ti­on is crap and felt like an mobi­le game
      2. Cha­rac­ter models look like dogshit and have no ori­gi­na­li­ty to them like last hot shots golf games.
      3. Why press the but­ton twice when putting?

    3. @Scratches123 MeVi­de­os 1) Pre­sen­ta­ti­on is good; 2) Cha­rac­ter design is the best the­re has ever been: cus­tom made; 3) Agree with this.

      What’s shit about EG PS4 is the lack of cour­ses and the wish to sell them as DLC.

    4. @OldSilentHill8 very dis­agree with 2. Past hot shots golf cha­rac­ters have dif­fe­rent per­so­na­li­ties that vast dif­fer­ent­ly from ano­t­her. PS4 EG is very samey

  3. Two par­ti­cu­lar charms that I per­so­nal­ly ado­re in the HSG/Everybody’s Golf games are:
    1. The Music, not­hing real­ly competes.
    2. Ever noti­ced how cad­dies just go ZOOMIN’ after the ball? Its hil­arious! In FORE, they even made them slip and sli­de with audi­ble cues, it only adds to the inno­cent fun of HSG/EG.

    1. My favo­ri­te ver­si­on was the HSG Fore.. oh my.. gre­at cha­rac­ters, fun­ny ani­ma­ti­on, gre­at cad­dies, and the voice lines wow 😂

    1. Lol simi­lar for me.. i was qui­te good on HSG Fore on PS2, play­ed and unlo­cked most of the con­tent.. get­ting loo­ks of eagles, and at times hole in one.. on the mini golf, i got long shots often..

    2. @Reyn A.G. yup, same with me man. I had the wind figu­red out per­fect whe­re I could get hole-in-one at an incredi­ble rate, almost on demand. No way I can do that anymore.

    3. @forgotaboutbre lol yeah.. i never tried (or even knew) that the­re were newer ver­si­on on newer con­so­le.. but based from what I saw, tho­se aren’t as good, at least the cha­rac­ter uniqueness..

  4. I used to play the one the psp when I was litt­le and I com­ple­te­ly for­got about it and now I’m extre­me­ly nost­al­gic for it and wan­na get the one on the ps4

    1. Lol kin­da simi­lar.. i used to play the HSG Fore one on PS2.. unlo­cked all the sta­ges, all the cha­rac­ters (except 1), all the cad­dies, all the cos­tu­mes, and all the mini golf.. such a joy back then..

  5. Hot Shots Golf: Out of Bounds with the new “swing” mecha­nics based on an expan­ding and shrin­king cir­cle and the intro­duc­tion of online tour­na­ments was bril­li­ant. I have loved every ver­si­on of the game (haven’t play­ed past PS3) and hope it con­ti­nues along the same style for years to come for new players.

  6. I’ve play­ed ever­ything past 3, one of my per­so­nal favo­ri­te video game seri­es. Fore was one of the first video games I can remem­ber play­ing. Gro­wing up I put so many hours into the­se games.

  7. If memo­ry ser­ves me, Mel was a play­er in Hot Shots 2, but then they moved him to a cad­dy in eit­her HS 3 or 4. I feel like Everybody’s Golf real­ly mis­sed the boat not inclu­ding Mel as eit­her the host of the game or at least a com­mon­ly seen NPC wit­hin the game.…or even a cad­dy again.
    It was worth play­ing befo­re just to have him as a cad­dy and hear the odd but fun­ny quo­tes he would offer.
    I belie­ve Out of Bounds allo­wed you to use Kra­tos as a play­er which was real­ly neat. That would also be a nice detail in Everybody’s Golf, but I guess with all of the opti­ons avail­ab­le, one could almost build their own Kra­tos .…or wha­te­ver other ico­nic personality.

  8. Bro I wish they would remake the one whe­re u could be rat­chet from rat­chet and clank or Jakk from jak and dex­ter that was such a gre­at game so many fun times on that game I think it was hot shots 2 or 3 I cant remem­ber so long ago

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