Simplicity can be a great thing or it can be the worst thing ever. In the case of Disc Golf
, it falls somewhere in between. Its simple design makes it easy to jump into the game, but where the game lacks is in options. I would have liked to see much more depth to the game than just throwing a Frisbee at a chain link bucket.
In Disc Golf, you basically have three options: Solo play, Season play, and Internet play. Unlike most of its golf counterparts, this game just isn't that fun. In fact, I found myself bored with it after the first few rounds of play. Fortunately, there are 4 courses of 18 holes each, and 11 discs to choose from, so there is a bit of variety and skill involved.
I can't help to think that playing Disc Golf outside for real would be a blast! Unfortunately, it was never meant for the computer. If there had been a few more options and a bit more in-depth gameplay, maybe I could recommend this game...but there isn't, so I can't. Only die-hard gamers would be able to handle the laid back game that is Disc Golf.