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Racquet Sports
6.5 out of 10

Racquet Sports

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Overall 7
Gameplay 8
Graphics 6
Sound 8
Replay value 7

Racquet Sports

Family Friendly Gaming
2 February 2013
  • Excerpt: I normally enjoy Ubisoft video games. This game is on the Wii and Playstation 3 so it can hit a wide audience. Maybe that wide audience can get some exercise thanks to Racquet Sports. But like so many video games on the market today, there are some problems with it as well.
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Overall 6

Racquet Sports Review

PlayStation Universe
15 November 2010
  • Summary: Racquet Sports attempts to introduce fans of table tennis and badminton to the Move, but falls short by providing less than appealing gameplay. The graphics are better than you'd expect from a Wii game, but this is on the PS3, after all.
  • Pros: The interesting and well designed competing locations, The detailed graphics, Playing locally with friends is mildly entertaining
  • Cons: Lag and poor gameplay mechanics are a dismal intro to the Move, All five activities are too similar, Virtually no depth
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Overall 2

Racquet Sports

Console Monster
7 May 2011
  • Summary: One of the most annoying things about playing Wii Sports with a group of friends is that sooner or later, one of them will realise that they don’t actually have to do a bowling motion to make the bowler bowl.
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Overall 3

Racquet Sports Review: What A Racquet

16 October 2010
  • Conclusion: The Short Version: While the different games offer a degree of variety, it’s mainly visual: in terms of gameplay and feel, there's not enough to differentiate between them. The overhead smash in badminton is a nice touch but when table tennis, tennis and squash feel like the same game – and you’ve...
  • Pros: It might get Grandma playing on the PS3, It looks pretty cute, Er.. that’s about it
  • Cons: Ridiculously complex to master / play well, The annoying delay between swing and hit, The lack of customisation
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