Excerpt: With Sega and Nintendo paving the way, other companies began to notice that there was a market for tennis games. Soon, all sorts of new licensed products started hitting the market, with varying degrees of quality.
Summary: Davis Cup Tennis is an excellent sports title for the GBA, featuring more
than 100 different countries, several different gameplay options including
single-player and link-up modes. Players can either play a quick round, or go
for the Davis Cup itself. Its responsive controls are good but the choppy
animation and grainy graphics make for a mixed bag.
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Excerpt: Davis Cup Tennis strives to re-create the experience of watching a televised tennis tournament. It carries the official license of the International Tennis Federation, which gives you the opportunity to play as more than 1,400 real players from 146 different countries and take them through all four rounds of the Davis Cup tournament. The graphics are so slick and the audio is so authentic that you'd swear you were courtside.
Excerpt: There are excellent tennis titles. There are good tennis titles. And there are tennis titles that are plain awful. This, unfortunately, is one that fits the last category. But its good looks and guile on the Game Boy Advance, in addition to official license of the Davis Cup, may fool some people. Two minutes into the game, however, and you'll realize that there are some serious shortcomings to this tennis game.