Virtua Tennis is a good GBA tennis game, if not up to the standards of tennis games on other more advanced platforms. You can direct the ball in a general direction, but in general the ball will just keep going to the same couple of spots. Serving is well-executed, and is one area where you can really excell with some practice.
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The best-selling tennis series is back in time for the lion's share of the Grand Slam season with revolutionary new features and an all-star lineup. And with the Xbox 360 version of the game the developers of the original Virtua Tennis are taking the world of competitive tennis to a new level using the power of revolutionary Kinect sensor technology. Dispensing with the need for a handheld controller, the Kinect sensor allows players to take the court simulating forehands, backhands, serves ...
Virtua Tennis 4 - World Tour Edition. Take control of the top players in the world; with 22 of the world's greatest players competing in 33 stunning stadiums, in a variety of mini-games, and a full career mode. Simple touch controls on court across all game modes with front and rear touch panels to navigate players and hit shots.
Along with classic Virtua Tennis tournament style action, Virtua Tennis 4 for PlayStation 3 features full PlayStation Move functionality, allowing players to experience the game at an even higher level as they swing through forehands, backhands, serves, overheads and more, just as if they were on court. Additional features include: Stereoscopic 3D technology, new online matchmaking and tournament play, a brand-new world tour and more.
Virtua Tennis (Power Smash in Japan) is a 1999 tennis arcade game created by Sega-AM3. The player competes through tennis tournaments in an arcade mode. For the home console market the game was expanded with the introduction of the campaign mode. It was later ported to Dreamcast in 2000, and for Microsoft Windows in 2002.
Virtua Tennis (Power Smash in Japan) is a series of tennis simulation video games started in 1999 by Sega AM3. The player competes through tennis tournaments and various arcade modes. Originally released to arcades, for the home console market the game was expanded with the introduction of the campaign mode.
Virtua Tennis is a masterclass, but where so many failed, Top Spin surpassed Virtua Tennis by having an awe-inspiring career mode.
As soon as Virtua Tennis 2 entered the market, it took the tennis video games by storm. One crucial part of tennis – the slicing stroke – was integrated to take the game to the next level. It made ground-breaking attainment.
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