Excerpt: 2009's Grand Slam Tennis took Nintendo's home console to all-new heights with unprecedented racquet control courtesy of Wii Motion Plus. Now the franchise makes its high-def debut on the PS3 and Xbox with Grand Slam Tennis 2, but can this player get by on star quality alone?
Excerpt: When Grand Slam Tennis debuted on the Nintendo Wii a while back, we saw potential for a possible new series from EA Sports, one that focused on the fundamentals of the sport, while remaining accessible enough for mainstream gamers to “get it”, without needing to study the history of the sport to...
Excerpt: Get used to those words, you’ll be hearing them a lot. Grand Slam Tennis is, to the best of my knowledge, the first tennis series to ever feature commentary. The superb commentary of John McEnroe (the best commentator and analyst in the industry) and Pat Cash in Grand Slam Tennis 2 makes it feel...
Conclusion: A game mode which held my attention was a selection of scenario set-ups, placing you in a classic match to rewrite history. These scenarios are tense, and each has a sense of occasion since most of them are based on important rivalries or high profile matches.
Pros: Stunning visuals, with authentically recreated venues and star players, Intriguing scenario matches, Wimbledon!
Cons: Total Racquet Control system needs an overhaul, Career mode is too easy and gets old fast, More licensed tournaments and players, old and new, would be appreciated
Excerpt: If you’re a Move owner like me, then you probably haven’t gotten a whole lot of use out of Sony’s motion controller. Outside of Tiger Woods and a couple of light gun style games I haven’t been all that impressed with the Move.
Summary: EA Grand Slam Tennis 2 er velproduceret, som alle andre EA games. Det har realisme og er underholdende, men forsøget med Total Racquet Control, holder desværre ikke og ender med at blive en frustrerende styremåde.