Lee Trevino’s Fighting Golf (NES) Game Hub

 

 

 

Lee Trevino's Fighting Golf Game Hub

 

 

 

Fact File

Platform: NES

Release: September 1988

Genre: Sports

Developer: SNK

Publisher: SNK

Players: 4

CES: 8 New Third Party Licensees Plus Every Game Announced At The Show

CES: 8 New Third Party Licensees Plus Every Game Announced At The Show

There are a ton of new games heading to your NES this year!

January 1988 Computer Entertainer

January 1988 Computer Entertainer

1988 Winter CES News, Ikari Warriors II: Victory Road, Gun.Smoke, Mega Man & Wizards & Warriors reviews.

February 1988 Computer Entertainer

February 1988 Computer Entertainer

Zelda II: The Adventure Of Link delayed, new Activision games announced, Renegade, Karnov, Fighting Golf, Jaws, Gotcha & The Karate Kid reviewed.

March 1988 Computer Entertainer

March 1988 Computer Entertainer

T&C Surf Design, NES MAX, and Contra reviewed. Plus lots of game delays and Marble Madness announced for the NES!

April 1988 Computer Entertainer

April 1988 Computer Entertainer

Titan Warrior, Street Fighter, Black Tiger, Willow, Galaga, Blades of Steel & Golgo 13 announced for the NES. Plus reviews of Dragon Power, Ice Hockey, and R.C. Pro-Am.

May 1988 Computer Entertainer

May 1988 Computer Entertainer

Konami & Ultra announce a bunch of new games and Super Pitfall, City Connection & Major League Baseball reviewed.

June 1988 Computer Entertainer

June 1988 Computer Entertainer

Complete coverage of Nintendo at the 1988 Summer CES. See what new NES Game Paks were announced.

Premiere Issue Of Nintendo Power Now Shipping

Premiere Issue Of Nintendo Power Now Shipping

Super Mario Bros. 2 gets 20 pages of coverage! Plus Zelda and Contra maps, tons of tips and tricks, and secret codes for your favorite NES games.

Warp Zone Podcast: September 1988

Warp Zone Podcast: September 1988

Our longest episode yet is packed with games, including: Adventure Island, Galaga, Golgo 13, Jackal, Jeopardy, Wheel of Fortune, Lee Trevino’s Fighting Golf, Milon’s Secret Castle & Xevious. Plus our Top 10 NES Soundtracks!