Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2003

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Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2003
Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2003 Cover.jpg
Developer(s) EA Redwood Shores
Headgate Studios (PC & Mac)
Publisher(s) EA Sports
Series PGA Tour
Platform(s) Xbox, PlayStation 2, GameCube, Microsoft Windows, Mac OS
ReleaseXbox
  • NA: October 29, 2002 [1]
  • EU: November 22, 2002
PlayStation 2
  • NA: October 29, 2002 [1]
  • EU: November 29, 2002
GameCube
  • NA: October 29, 2002 [1]
  • EU: December 6, 2002
Microsoft Windows
  • NA: November 5, 2002 [1]
  • EU: November 22, 2002
Mac OS
Genre(s) Sports
Mode(s) Single-player, multiplayer

Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2003 is a sports video game developed by EA Redwood Shores for the Xbox, PlayStation 2 and GameCube versions and Headgate Studios for the Microsoft Windows and Mac OS versions and published by EA Sports for Xbox, PlayStation 2, GameCube, Microsoft Windows, Mac OS.

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Reception

Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2003 received "critical acclaim" on the GameCube and PC and "generally favorable" reviews on the PlayStation 2 and Xbox, according to review aggregator Metacritic. [2] [3] [4] [5] GameSpot named PGA Tour 2003 the second-best computer game of November 2002. [29] It was also runner-up for the publication's annual "Best Sports Game on PC" award, which went to Madden NFL 2003 . [30]

PGA Tour 2003 was nominated for Computer Gaming World 's 2002 "Sports Game of the Year" award, which ultimately went to Madden NFL 2003 . [31] The editors of Computer Games Magazine named PGA Tour 2003 the seventh-best computer game of 2002, and wrote, "Featuring the best swing interface ever created and the most successful career mode yet implemented, it's the biggest step forward in the genre since Links 386 ." [32] It was a runner-up for GameSpot's annual "Most Improved Sequel on PC" and "Best Traditional Sports Game on Xbox" awards. [30]

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