Outlaw Golf 2

Outlaw Golf 2

Written by Charles Husemann on 9/24/2004 for

In case you missed them (or want to check out the hot chicks in the screenshots again) we've already covered a few of the gameplay modes here and here. Without further plugs here's the new info.

It’s pretty obvious right from the start that Outlaw Golf 2 isn’t your run of the mill golf game. Proper golf etiquette, attire and the general slow pace of the game flies out the window when you pop this puppy into your console. Over the next few weeks we’re going to illustrate this by giving gamers a deeper look into some of the game modes that they’ll be able to play both offline and online when the game releases this October. So buckle up while we introduce you to the wacky side of golf!!!

Vegas
Vegas is a team-based game for four people. It’s played like a regular stroke-based game, except at the end of each hole, your team’s scores are combined, with the lowest score becoming the first digit, and the highest becoming the second. The team with the lowest combined score wins the hole, and is awarded money in the amount of the difference between the two teams’ scores.

Casino
Like to gamble? Then this is your game. In Casino, you have to ante up a buck for every shot you take. At the end of the hole, the player with the least number of strokes takes the pot, although you can fold at any time if you’re scared of losing your shirt. Just remember: this is golf, so bluffing won’t do you a whole lot of good here.

* The product in this article was sent to us by the developer/company for review.


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Hi, my name is Charles Husemann and I've been gaming for longer than I care to admit. For me it's always been about competing and a burning off stress. It started off simply enough with Choplifter and Lode Runner on the Apple //e, then it was the curse of Tank and Yars Revenge on the 2600. The addiction subsided somewhat until I went to college where dramatic decreases in my GPA could be traced to the release of X:Com and Doom.   I have been a Microsoft Xbox MVP since 2009.
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