E3 10: Hollie Bennett vs. pro golfer John Daly

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We shot a proper interview/hands-on with Hollie and myself playing this new John Daly golf game for the PS Move. I promise we did. For reasons beyond my control, we can’t show it to you right now. All we can show you is this footage of Hollie playing that game (which apparently controls like a dream) and some jackass with a fake British accent doing some commentary.

By “jackass,” I of course mean “me.”

The game is also coming to PC and the 360, with Natal Kinect controls a potential option. If you like golf, this could be your new jam. I guess there are also a lot of different kinds of pants in the game.

Awesome?


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