Summary: Its a good game..im really addicted to playing. I gave it four stars because the loading screens annoy me and i hate how the made Serena and Venus WIlliams looks dont think they made the effort to make them look like themselves. Other than that...it has most of the players i would want to play with and the movements are getting closer to being realistic. Needs more commentators and commentating..
Summary: This is coming from an avid tennis player: My favorite tennis game of all time is still Mario Tennis. The more of an arcade approach, the better. Trying to recreate something I'm already good at with a controller is frustrating, and it just makes me want to go outside and use a real racquet and my actual feet. Favorite tennis game of this generation, unless they come out with a mario tennis for Wii U. That alone would make me buy a new console.
Summary: I am an avid tennis fan having played the real sport on a casual level and also on the digital level. I love Top Spin and Virtua Tennis equally. I have all the Top Spin games, all the Virtua Tennis games on the newer systems (PS2, Xbox, PS3, Xbox360, PSP, iPad/iPhone and PC). I also love Smash Court Tennis series and have a couple of their games. I like SC3 a lot as well albeit it did very poorly surprisingly. Now, that brings us to Grand Slam Tennis 2.
Summary: I am an avid top spin player...from the 1st one to part 4. I love the technical difficulty level and can appreciate every aspect of the game. That being said, I wanted to give an honest review of GST2. While it is very arcade like and has some major issues, it is REALLY fun to play. Sometimes I just want to pick up a game and play to win and have fun...and this game delivers.
Summary: Just bought the game and im enjoying it. The gameplay feels good and the graphics are cristal clear on HD. The career mode looks pretty fun and the gameface system were you upload a photo and the game creates a perfect avatar of you! really good game for every sports gamer!
PS3 version better than Xbox 360's due to Move support
OJ Silk, Amazon
14 February 2012
Summary: The sequel to Grand Slam Tennis has finally arrived after EA postponed it's efforts to release it on the PS3 and Xbox 360 following it's June 2009 Wii release. As a whole, the game is solid but with some flaws. The original version on the Wii was a cartoony version with a big ball, etc. Fun & best they could do on the Wii. This one takes full advantage of the graphical power of the PS3 but fails in other areas.