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NES Open Tournament Golf

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Platform: NES
Genre: Sports (Golf)
Developer: Nintendo
AKA: Mario Open Golf (JP)

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NES Open Tournament Golf review

Reviewed December 21, 2002

ratking says: "My first golfing game, and truth be told it almost was my last. Looking back the game was not bad however, it just really tested my patience. It is the basis of almost all the Nintendo games after this, including Mario Golf 64, which was a quality game. This is basically just a normal golfing game, with nothing new to it, besides that Mario is the golfer. "
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