OUTLAW GOLF will be available for Xbox in Spring 2002.
With a hardcore physics engine and a take-no-prisoners attitude, OUTLAW GOLF
takes the sport to the extreme. Outrageous courses include the
far-from-the-professional-circuit Newark Municipal Course, where you can
enjoy the ear-splitting noise and vibrations from planes taking off at
Newark Airport; a very sandy course somewhere in the Nevada desert; and a
course built (with much forethought) on a swamp, where caddies are in mortal
danger from attacking alligators.
The golfers in OUTLAW GOLF are all rejects from the classier private clubs.
There's Doc Digler, with his stripper girlfriends and more malpractice suits
than you can shake a club at - talk about hacking and slicing...and we mean
in the operating room; Killer Miller, a convicted murderer who was on Death
Row until he got released on a technicality; and a host of other social
outcasts from an "Eminem" wannabe to a pimp, who happens to have excellent
OUTLAW GOLF also includes a driving range, which can only be described as
somewhere between a carnival funhouse and a roadside freakshow. Here,
players can compete in skill building competitions like golf darts -- where
precision is everything -- and automobile windshield smashing -- where the
more windows you destroy, the higher your score.
In OUTLAW GOLF, you'll also find our scientifically perfected Composure
Response System (CRS). The better you play, the smoother the controls
become; but the worse you play, the harder the controls get -- just like in
real life, the worse you play, the harder it is to regain your composure and
focus. But don't worry because the CRS helps you regain your composure -- by
beating up your caddy! Yes, each golfer comes complete with his or her caddy
full of advice and with the ability to withstand a terrible punishment. Of
course, if you push that delicate balance, your caddy will leave and you'll
be on your own. Till then, take it out on your caddy and get back in
control. In OUTLAW GOLF your daddy's pastime becomes a full contact sport.