Summary: When I started playing this, I could not win a point. I was hitting every ball back, not with a lot of pace or direction, but it takes time. You have to find a groove and learn how to play. Then it becomes really fun.
Summary: When I first started playing this game, much like other reviewers, I was extremely frustrated. Let me take it issue by issue to make this easier to read. 1. This is a hard game to master. But once you do, it is a lot of fun. It's about knowing the controls.
Summary: This game is way better than the topspin 3 on the Xbox of PS3. Those games take away your ability to get a head start on where you think the ball is going to go. With that said, this game lacks some options. You can create your own player....unless you want him/her to be left handed.
Summary: Having to make the player move to the ball is stupid. When you play tennis, you naturally move to the ball to hit it. This game requires one button for you to get to the ball and another to hit it when you're in the right spot. It's not intuitive like real tennis.
Summary: This game, Top Spin 3, was a great frustration because it is so difficult to get all the buttons pushed just so in order to actually play the game well, which I never did, and I spent hours trying.
Summary: The graphic is not so good. It's too bad you can't get all the stars in training. The sound is pretty good and it's a fun game even though it might be hard to catch on to. The good thing is that you can continue to play even when you become number one...
Summary: I have not played this game on other consoles, nor have I played any previous incarnations of Top Spin--so apologies if this is "standard knowledge" for this publisher: but I found this a very disappointing port of this game, as it makes no use of the stylus during gameplay.