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Published By: Global Star
Developed by Hypnotix
Platforms: Xbox and PS2
Release Date: October 2004

•  The shameless bunch from the Outlaw series returns to the repressed world of golf with their outrageously twisted antics.

•  11 over-the-top characters turn boring old Golf into a rowdy and tasteless display of uninhibited fun - scantily clad babes, wannabe rappers and deviant thugs take to the course and give a whole new meaning to playing from the rough.

•  8 extreme courses in total, each with their own dynamic weather conditions. These include 3 newly designed courses returning from the original Outlaw Golf in addition to 5 brand new environments. From the arctic chill of Glacier Ridge to the steamy jungles of Aztec Acres, Outlaw Golf 2 has it all, even a full sized miniature golf course and driving range.

•  By playing through the tour and winning events, a player can unlock clubs and balls to be used either during tour or exhibition play as well win new revealing outfits to customize your character.

•  13 play styles to choose: from match and tournament play to time attack and baseball golf.

•  Anyone and everyone can grab some balls and spin, hook and slice their way into the action online with Xbox Live and the Playstation 2 online adapter, with up to for four friends simultaneously. In addition, Outlaw Golf 2 will feature online leader boards where players can upload their scores via Xbox Live .

•  Unique to the outlaw series is the Composure Response System. Composure affects the way the character plays golf. Low composure will cause the player to have trouble making good shots, while high composure will allow the player to make great shots with very little effort. Because of this, composure can greatly improve or reduce a player's chance to beat his opponents.

•  Features a fighting system that lets you beat up your caddie to increase the Composure Response meter. No other Golf game packs this kind of punch!

•  Includes a new cart driving system that lets your player perform tricks like donuts, jumps, and slides in your players own unique vehicle as they race to raise their composure meter.

•  Features customizable soundtracks via the Xbox hardrive.

•  State-of-the-art Golf engine- Pioneering analogue swing technology now copied by many, originated and perfected by Outlaw.

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