Excerpt: In it's finest form, tennis can be more a chess match than a slugfest. When two equally impressive athletes compete in a duel of wills to see who can outwit whom, it becomes a "thinking man's" game with strategy trumping strength.
Excerpt: With Top Spin 3, 2K Sports delivered a tennis game that didn't play like all the others. It wasn't just a re-skinned Virtua Tennis, instead offering a more nuanced control scheme that relied heavily on precise timing.
Excerpt: You can jump into an exhibition match right from the word go and play with a pretty impressive roster of real-life talent, both past and present. The top four on the men's side are present: Federer, Nadal, Djokovic, and Murray, along with other notable players.
Summary: Top Spin 4 brings the competitive action of tennis to life like never before with redesigned controls, jaw-dropping player models and Signature Style animations, enhanced TV-style presentation elements, and one of the deepest player rosters to date featuring tennis’ top athletes and legendary pros.
Excerpt: can be fun, 2K’s series typically outstrips Sega’s in terms of realism and authenticity. With the fourth installment, 2K Czech worked hard on the accessibility; they streamlined just about everything and enhanced the depth of the Career Mode.
Excerpt: 2K's definitive tennis series returns to centre court on the PlayStation 3, Wii and XBox 360 which adds a few new twists to the gameplay. For me, the Top Spin series reminds me of EA Sport's FIFA series because just about all releases are quite competent and generally better the previous instalments...
Excerpt: Top Spin 4 is the latest iteration in a tennis franchise that has always impressed me. Not content with resting on the laurels of being the only genuine tennis “sim” game for gaming consoles, the 2K team has refined the already brilliant Top Spin 3 and created a truly superb game that should cater...