Lovers of broken fine china listen up, a new arcade-styled destruction game nears.
From Three Fields Entertainment comes Dangerous Golf, a game reminiscent of Burnout's good ol' crash mode.
Players will play through a variety of courses and game modes, wreaking havoc where they please. The mixture of chaos, fast-paced destruction, and arcade-styled gameplay will make for an experience that is quite literally smashing.
Eager buyers can expect the game to release for digital download on June 3.
Destruction lovers are just salivating at the opportunities here.
The goal of the game is simple: complete the courses, and cause as much damage as you possibly can.
Four unique locations. Battle it out in an American Kitchen, English Castle, French Palace, or Australian Outback.
A world tour mode. Players will get the chance to embark on a "world tour of destruction." They'll be taken to a variety of courses around the world, each featuring distinctive gameplay mechanics.
Cooperative play. Take the destruction to new heights with your friends and families. Two golfers can play simultaneously and double the amount of damage done.
Party golf mode. Pass the controller around and see who sets the highest score.
Each location will require you to utilize different gameplay mechanics.
It's been a while since I've played Burnout, and unfortunately, no game has successfully managed to replicate the experience of the game's crash mode. Dangerous Golf seems like the closest thing we'll get, and so far, it looks amazing.
Stay tuned for further updates as the game progresses. More news about the game can be found on the company's news site, here.