Summary: It gets boring pretty quickly. Also, you will never hit the ball long or out of bounds, so if you know what you are doing, rallies will be nearly endless. Got bored with it after a couple of days.
Summary: I am a big fan of the Virtua Tennis 4. I think thats the best tennis game for PS3. I was so excited about the GST2's roster and preordered it the first day on Amazon. I play the game very rarely as it does not make me keep playing it. The learning curve is also kinda steep and personally I am not a big fan of the not so "improved" controls. Not the best experience of a tennis game on PS3!
Summary: This game is strange... First off... there are only like 20 players to select from, and its a random variety. Basically a few big name hotshots from the 70s. And then a few randomly selected folk from our era. Gameplay. I tried to do the research to see which tennis game to buy. This game certainly looks prettier than the others. But the gameplay suffers.
Summary: Pros: Nice shot options, pretty easy to learn, realistic representation of tennis Cons: Not enough pro players, playing vs. cpu is unrealistic, graphics are so-so, not too many options, few tournaments not a realistic ITA season Well playing in rookie and ameteur mode is just lame. You dish out bagels no matter who you play. But if you go to pro, it is almost impossible to win.
Summary: My time with this game was like a meal at a restaurant which you enjoy beyond all reasonable expectation, only to find it's given you a crippling bout of food poisoning the next day, forcing you to reside on the toilet, wailing and gnashing your teeth. I dived straight into career mode, making my own player, and getting set to dominate the world.
Summary: Although I like this game, I don't think the presentation is up to EA Sports usual standard, and I think that is a huge selling factor with their games. Graphics are good, but nothing special. My biggest complaint is that the game is mind numbingly easy. I have it on Pro level and so far I've won my way to the final of the Australian Open without losing a single game, or barely dropping any points at all.
Summary: Wer auf nette Features, eine Vielzahl von Statistiken und eine große Auswahl an Spielern Wert legt, dem kann man dieses Spiel getrost ans Herz legen. Wer allerdings auf realistisches Tennis steht kauft doch lieber Top Spin 4.
Summary: Also die Präsentation ist ja erstmal ganz gut, wie das ja oft bei ea spielen der fall ist, aber das größte manko des spiels gibt es beim gameplay und zwar ist es schon ziemlich unrealistisch wenn der cpu gegner nach einem 3-satzmatch 132 netzangriffe hat und man selbst so gut wie alle seine punkte mit winnern macht, da fehlt es schon ein ganzes stück an realismus, leider, denn ansonsten hat das spiel einige gute ansätze!