Last week, we told you about a game called Ultimate Tennis, which is described as a tennis RPG. Guess what – another developer has its own sports RPG. Netmarble’s new game Nice Shot Golf allows you to do more than just make “nice shots” from “putts to swing” while competing against friends and other players from around the globe. You can also customize your character with over 200 costumes and “meet beautiful characters.” But most of all, there’s the story, which is set in a place called Nice Shot Land, which has since come under attack by evil golfers. And what you need to do to save Nice Shot Land is to win golf tournaments and upgrade your character (your hero?) as you go along.
It may sound hard to believe at first, but this is indeed a golf RPG. So how can you succeed in this particular game that combines sports gaming and RPG elements? We suggest checking out this quick list of Nice Shot Golf tips and tricks, so you can at least enjoy a nice start to the game and win more tournaments.
1. How To Upgrade Your Character
There are two common ways in which you can upgrade your character. The first would be to upgrade their outfit, which can be done by spending trophies or coins to buy new outfits for specific stat boosts. The second way would be to sacrifice old outfit items so you can make the new or newer ones better. We would only recommend using the second method once you’ve got tons of items to sacrifice, so you don’t end up with a lack of extra items in case of a pinch, or to spice things up a bit.
2. Upgrade Your Clubs Too
You can also upgrade your golf clubs, which would cost you gems. Gems are earned as rewards for making your way through the different courses, and when it comes to spending them for club upgrades, there is a method to it all. For instance, if you want to upgrade your driver, you should be focusing on its distance above all other stats. Also bear in mind that some updates may result in a loss of stats in some areas; think first and evaluate the stat boosts and/or decreases before proceeding with a club upgrade.
3. Repeat Previously Completed Levels
In other words, grind it out. Some levels may be too hard for you to complete, usually on account of not having your clubs leveled up high enough. If that’s the case, then you can always go back to a previously completed level and replay it for additional rewards. Player vs player mode is another way to farm for coins, gemstones, and more, so do give PvP a try if you need to upgrade your clubs and/or outfits in a pinch.
4. How To Earn Coins
You’ll earn coins in the game mainly by freeing the golf courses previously taken over by the evil golfers. And as you go on, the villagers will give you more coins, which you can then redeem as a reward. It’s as simple as that.