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Dangerous Golf announced by former Criterion Developers

Three Field Entertainment, a studio made up of former Criterion Developers, has today announced Dangerous Golf for PS4, Xbox One and PC.

Taking its inspiration from the developers past experience, you can think of Dangerous Gold as the Burnout of Golf games, allowing you to Smash a priceless chandelier, set fire to a gas station and destroy a kitchen full of china.

Dangerous Golf will be available for download at the Xbox Store, PlayStation Store and Steam in May 2016, allowing you to break the rules and wreak havoc on more than 100 holes in four unexpected locations.

“When Fiona and I formed Three Fields Entertainment a year ago, we knew we wanted to focus on what we do best: making fast, fun and spectacular arcade style games,” said Alex Ward, Founder and Creative Director of Three Fields Entertainment. “Dangerous Golf is just that. It’s as serious a golf game as Burnout was a serious simulation to driving games. We wanted to mix the attitude of Burnout with the destruction of Black whilst setting the golf ball on fire -- a nod to NBA Jam. This type of gameplay is part of our DNA, and something we think our fans will truly enjoy.”

In Dangerous Golf you play for dollar damage as your high score. As you progress throughout the game, you will not only be awarded points for trick shots and ricochet techniques, but also get rewarded for destroying stuff by turning your golf ball into a bomb and setting off the SmashBreaker. Destructive powers increases as the ball heats up.

The action takes place in a series of elaborate indoor and outdoor locations including a hotel kitchen, a glittering palace ballroom, a rural gas station and a stately medieval castle. Featuring turn-based play in both on and offline multiplayer, Dangerous Golf awards points based on destruction, encouraging players to get creative as they wreak havoc in an effort to increase your score.

We think it sounds great.

Edited On 26 Jan, 2016

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