Golf Peaks Review (Xbox Series S)
Our Golf Peaks Review takes a look at this title that uniquely combines entertaining logic-game mechanics with an easy-to-learn card-based movement system, providing us the player with numerous action cards. The minimalistic visuals accompanied by a relaxing soundtrack make Golf Peaks a mind-soothing experience or does it?
Golf Peaks Review Pros:
- Bright contemporary graphics.
- 661.6MB download size.
- 1000 Gamerscore.
- Puzzle gameplay.
- Invert controls.
- 120 levels.
- First World is more an introduction.
- Simple controls.
- Instant level loading.
- The difficulty is balanced.
- Game-you get a set of action cards that are things like go forward one square or jump and move two squares. Get the ball to the hole.
- Very easy to learn.
- Minimal control.
- Great brain workout.
- Can instant restart levels or go back a move.
- Quick restart or undo turn buttons.
- Chilled soundtrack.
- Swap between cards as to which one to play.
Golf Peaks Review Cons:
- Achievements are basic clear each world ones.
- No hints/tips.
- No leaderboards.
- Reserves 256MB for some reason.
- One-time playthrough.
- No way to rebind controls.
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- Graphics - 7/107/10
- Sound - 7/107/10
- Accessibility - 7/107/10
- Length - 7/107/10
- Fun Factor - 7/107/10
Golf Peaks is a charming puzzle game, it’s a simple concept in that you play action cards to move the ball into the hole. I feel I have played a game like this before but that doesn’t detract from it, later on, it gets quite devious and dare I say frustrating but it is a cool little game and worth playing through even in short sessions. It has easy achievements overall so it’s a good one for you score chasers out there!