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One of Mario Golf’s biggest successes is its intuitive and simple interface; it’s easy for anyone to play, making it a title that appeals even to those who don’t show any enthusiasm for the real-life sport. Featuring a good number of playable characters; varied and challenging courses; and connectivity with the Game Boy Color version,...

Play: Mario Golf: World Tour in the NLife Masters

Mario Golf: World Tour in the NLife Masters

Step it up

With Mario Golf: World Tour now gracing 3DS and 2DS systems around the world, we decided last week to launch our first NLife Open tournament; hit up that link for the full details. As explained in that article we'll be running two contests a week, the second voted for by you, and a day later than planned here are the results of your...

Play: Mario Golf: World Tour With Nintendo Life

Mario Golf: World Tour With Nintendo Life

Vote for a second tournament's rules

Mario Golf: World Tour is a bit brilliant, and even when you've gone through the single player action there's much more to do — the online options are potentially never-ending. Now, by popular demand and because it's too good a chance to pass up, we're going to be running our own weekly tournaments that are...

Review: Mario Golf: World Tour (3DS)

Mario Golf: World Tour (3DS)

Hard to putt down

For a slightly out of shape plumber that very rarely seems to do any actual plumbing, Mario sure enjoys plenty of different sports. It remains an integral part of Nintendo's delightfully quirky games catalogue for its mascot and the residents of the Mushroom Kingdom to meet up for various extra-curricular activities, and golf is a...

News: Nintendo Shows Off Its Mario Golf: World Tour DLC Courses and Characters

Nintendo Shows Off Its Mario Golf: World Tour DLC Courses and Characters

Wants your green for more greens

Earlier today Nintendo confirmed details for DLC in Mario Golf: World Tour, which has prompted plenty of spirited debate. It's a title that does include 10 courses right off the tee, though the addition of extra paid content — especially of the day one variety — always prompts discussion. There'll be three...

News: Nintendo Confirms Mario Golf: World Tour DLC, Pricing and Release Schedule

Nintendo Confirms Mario Golf: World Tour DLC, Pricing and Release Schedule

Club together some cash

Update: Nintendo of Europe has now confirmed its own pricing details, including an introductory offer for the season pass: Mushroom Pack — 2nd May (€5.99 / £5.39) Includes two new 18-hole courses and Toadette as a playable character. Flower Pack — "later in May" (€5.99 / £5.39) Includes two new 18-hole...

Preview: Mario Golf: World Tour

Mario Golf: World Tour

Swinging to the fore

Mario Golf: World Tour has had an odd history to date. Announced in early 2013 for a "Summer" release, it was quietly pushed back to later in the year before drifting into 2014 with little attention going its way; perhaps distracted by the sheer range of hot releases on 3DS throughout the year and the ongoing issues and...

News: You'll Be Able To Customise Your Mii In Mario Golf: World Tour's Swanky Castle Club

You'll Be Able To Customise Your Mii In Mario Golf: World Tour's Swanky Castle Club

Make sure you're a member when the game launches on May 2nd

Die-hard Mario Golf fans will be pleased to know the latest Nintendo Direct today provided new information regarding the single-player mode in the upcoming Mario Golf: World Tour. In addition to previously announced multiplayer features, the game will also include a s

News: Mario Golf: World Tour Tees Off On 3DS This Summer

Mario Golf: World Tour Tees Off On 3DS This Summer

Fore!

During today's Nintendo Direct presentations it was confirmed that a new Mario Golf game is coming to the 3DS this summer. Mario Golf: World Tour is being developed by Camelot Software Planning and will feature a wide range of courses — including some inspired by the fantasy world Mario and his friends inhabit — as well as improved...

Review: Mario Golf (3DS eShop / Game Boy Color)

Mario Golf (3DS eShop / Game Boy Color)

A beautiful day on the links

Released in 1999 to dovetail with the N64 game of the same name, the Game Boy Color version of Mario Golf is more than just a scaled-back, portable edition. In fact, it stands well enough on its own merits, and it's almost unfortunate that it shares a name with its console counterpart; it really does have an identity all...