Mario Golf

Global Total as of 02nd Sep 2017 (units): 1.47m
Platform: Nintendo 64Also on: Wii, Game Boy
Developer: Camelot Software Planning Genre: Action

Total Units

North America: 0.62m 42.4%
+ Europe: 0.18m 12.5%
+ Japan: 0.65m 44.1%
+ Rest of the World: 0.02m 1.0%
= Global 1.47m

Release History

Mario Golf 64 NintendoJapan11th June 1999Retail
Mario Golf NintendoNorth America30th June 1999Retail
Mario Golf NintendoEurope14th September 1999Retail

Game Overview

Mario Golf is the first installment in the Mario Golf francise and was developed by Camelot Software Planning and is considered one of the first of the modern day Mario sport games.

This was the first Mario Golf game to appear in 3D and it was also the first time that you could customise your character with up to four outfits. It was also the first time you could play with more than 2 people, allowing for up to four players to play this game.

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A fun pick-up-and-play Mario based
sports title before they became
redundant!! This game features 14
different playable characters and 6
different 18 hole courses. 4 extra
characters are obtainable via the N64/GB
transfer pack and a copy of Mario Golf
on Gameboy. Most of the characters are
recognizable from previous Mario titles
but they did create 5 new characters
exclusive to this game.

Mario Golf
has plenty of unlockables that will keep
you busy for hours playing single
player, but the true strength of this
title is the multiplayer games. There
are many variations of golf to make the
game more interesting and keep its
appeal, such as the club slots where you
and your opponents get clubs selected at
random via a slot machine to play with
(can be funny/frustrating to play a hole
with all woods or all irons).

this game is a lot simpler than title
such as Tiger Woods or even Hot Shots
Golf it still has its fair share of
different game mechanics. It has varying
wind levels, full set of real clubs,
different golfer strengths/weaknesses,
power/accuracy meters, sloped fairways
and greens and vastly different courses.
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