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All I've ever wanted in a videogame: Dungeons & Golf


11:30 AM on 12.05.2012



If you're a regular reader you know what I dig; JRPGs, survival horror, strategy, puzzle games, fighters, and anything with corgis in it. And golf. I get a lot of sh*t for it, but videogame golf is one of my favorites. People think I'm joking when I say this. I'm not. I love videogame golf.

And the weirder the better. The above trailer shows off an upcoming Japanese mobile title from AppBankGames called Dungeons & Golf. It's fantasy-style wizards and warriors playing golf. Siliconera says that this game follows four heroes as they move through 23 golf dungeons. This sounds like a dream come true.

The App Store listing shows that it's a free-to-play title, so I am going to play this later today. Who's in for some golf dungeons?






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