The PlayStation Vita version of Everybody’s Golf will include interactive lobbies, just like those in the PS3 version of the franchise.
In the lobbies, players can talk to others with their avatar and challenge them to a round of golf.
According to Siliconera, in Japan the lobbies became a “game” themselves, since users managed to discover glitches that let them jump through walls and create secret meeting places.
“Obviously, that wasn’t intentional,” said Masashi Muramori, Clap Hanz’s president, to the site. “It’s very much part of the game in terms of the lobby. A lot of players have enjoyed looking for places where they can get into the wall. It also helps with conversation because you see someone do that and you ask how do you do that?”
Sounds like these glitches may make an appearance in the new game too, or perhaps Clap Hanz will just place some hidden rooms in the lobbies for others to find.