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Tiger Woods' A Game and Q Score aren't what they used to be, but his video games are still going strong. The most recent release in Woods' franchise builds on the title's solid foundation while upgrading many key features. All new Ryder Cup play lets you choose which team you want to represent before letting you swap in and out of groups from hole to hole, depending on who's winning and losing. You can still pull off amazing shots with spin, power-ups and previews, but the new Focus Meter keeps you honest by limiting how often you can use those mid-flight adjustments. New shot types and a realistic gameplay mode called True Aim have also been added to make sure you won't get bored, no matter how much time you spend on the links.

Score: 9/10

Game Room Video Review: Tiger Woods PGA Tour 11

Photo: EA Sports

Average: 3 (6 votes)