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Hot Shots Golf: Open Tee 2

By Chad Sapieha, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 8+

Family-friendly golf game gets online play.

Game PSP 2008
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But don't let this golf simulator's short rounds and accessibility fool you; Open Tee 2, like its predecessors, is crammed with more than enough content to justify its $30 price tag. With 12 courses, 320 golfer items to unlock, and several modes -- including a fun little hole-in-one challenge -- there are dozens of hours' worth of play to be squeezed out of this family-friendly, handheld golf game. And the online mode ought not intimidate; with no voice chat and only a small selection of pre-set comments that players can use to communicate with one another, the only thing that other players can do to ruin you or your child's experience is quit the game, which will simply end the session.

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