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    Megadrive Devil's Course 3D Golf

    There are a ton of golf games on the Genesis. Some are true simulations, and others try to spice things up with a bit of fantasy or putt-putt mechanics. T&E Soft made such an attempt with Devilís Course, which has some of the more outlandish and imaginative courses on the Genesis. Unfortunately, this import-only title suffers intensely from the pains of 16-bit 3D mechanics. Read our full review for more information.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doug Jackson
    ... it would have been even better on the Saturn or Playstation.
    There is a rendition of this game for the Saturn: 'The Hyper Golf: Devil's Course'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chessage View Post
    There is a rendition of this game for the Saturn: 'The Hyper Golf: Devil's Course'.
    and the non japanese version of this game was pebble beach golf links as I said before, I have played both games extensively over the last few weeks

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    T&E made several of these golf games using the same engine. On the Genesis, only Pebble Beach made it to the USA. The SNES got Pebble Beach, Waialae, and this one. Surprisingly, Augusta (The Masters) didn't make it to the USA on either platform.

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    Quote Originally Posted by knicksfan89 View Post
    and the non japanese version of this game was pebble beach golf links as I said before, I have played both games extensively over the last few weeks
    No, the export name is 'Valora Valley Golf'. 'Pebble Beach Golf Links' is a separate game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Night Driver View Post
    T&E made several of these golf games using the same engine. On the Genesis, only Pebble Beach made it to the USA. The SNES got Pebble Beach, Waialae, and this one. Surprisingly, Augusta (The Masters) didn't make it to the USA on either platform.
    There was also a second version of Pebble Beach for Super Famicom using the SA1 chip that didn't make it to the US.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chessage View Post
    No, the export name is 'Valora Valley Golf'. 'Pebble Beach Golf Links' is a separate game.
    really? well the graphics on this game and pebble beach look the same to me, even although the music is different
    and furthermore valora valley golf was for the saturn

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    Quote Originally Posted by chessage View Post
    actually what we have here is the truth, the graphics engine for both PBGL and this are exactly the same, maybe you should play both games and see what I mean

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    Quote Originally Posted by BrianC View Post
    There was also a second version of Pebble Beach for Super Famicom using the SA1 chip that didn't make it to the US.
    Interesting. I didn't know about that one. I'd like to observe it in action and see what the SA1 is contributing.

    Thanks for the knowledge.

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    ^I have it listed as Pebble Beach no Hotou: New Tournament Edition, but I've never played it. (I've got most of the SNES enhancement chip games, but my clever plan to buy all the Japanese ones is still stalled at zero.)

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