Excerpt: Virtua Tennis was ported over from the Dreamcast to PC, and it was done surprisingly very well. Despite it's "only" console port, the game looks really impressive at 1024x768 resolution with four times anti-aliasing enabled! Everything what you can expect from this great game is simple two-button control method which works a treat, allowing fluid match-play along with goluptious lobs, volley's and sparkling smashes without the confusion of multiple button presses Well,...
Excerpt: The art of balancing simulation and simplicity has been all but lost in sports games. There’s something to be said for an experience which brings home the accessibility of arcade games and presents that same pick-up-and-play mentality on consoles. Ported straight from arcades, Virtua Tennis is just that game. It loses nothing in transition, while improving on the original experience substantially enough to make it worth checking out.
Excerpt: One of my favorite Dreamcast and sports games of all time is most definitely Virtua Tennis. I must say thank you Sega for creating such a master piece which will be adored for generations to come. No other tennis game has ever caught my eye, with the exception of Mario Tennis (N64), which was too cartoony for me. I prefer my sports games to be a real-life experience, not a childÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s dreamland.
Excerpt: Product Description Directly translated from the popular arcade stand-up, Virtua Tennis offers a light-year jump from the Pong -style tennis of yesteryear. Sporting rich 3-D graphics, crisp animation, and realistic sound effects, you'll swear you're courtside at a grand slam. But, thanks to the game's simple controls, you won't have to spend years at a tennis camp just learning a backhand.