Summary: I love tennis and i bought this game awhile ago and have actually owned it twice and traded it in twice.That seems weird.I really wanted a tennis game,as my title says play the actual game of tennis and then make a game.It seems fun to make a character, although i always wish they got more real players into these games. And it lets you play real matches that is different from the Virtua tennis games which have you play best of three games and not three sets.Why?
Summary: ... but I just have to admit I hate it. The concept and the animations are great, the moves on the court are incredibly life-like and soon as you unwrap and have a go at it, you go Wow! It should be noted that I've been playing tennis since I was a kid, I love the game and I'm not too bad either at it - so I really wanted to like TS4.
Summary: Here's the thing. You're going along with your created character playing in career mode, wondering why they made it so ridiculously easy. Seriously, you basically just have to suffer your way through a bunch of insanely easy matches, waiting to unlock the big tournaments so you can go and play in those. So, you enter a major tournament--let's say the Australian open. And again, the first few rounds are ridiculously easy. Rafael Nadal? He's got nothing on you. Federer?
Summary: the difficulty levels are extremely important in games like these, I brought this game and after 3-4 weeks I stopped playing it because I mostly play career mode and I have problems with the difficulty level, there is VERY EASY, EASY, NORMAL, HARD, VERY HARD, but the thing is that "Normal" is wayy 2 easy and "Hard" is wayy 2 hard.. It looks like its nothing but it completely ruins the game IMO. But the graphics are nice..
Summary: Top Spin has an amazing graphics and physics engine with a great deal of excitement packed into a tennis game. It's fun to experiment with different builds for your player and on the highest levels the AI is challenging. But it has no online. It says it does, but it does not. Actually, you can connect to a server, and then go vacuum the floor, play with the dog, take a walk, read a book, whatever, because you will never, ever get connected for a match.
Summary: The first thing I would like to say is that the game is visually stunning. The courts and playing areas are great and so are the videos. I have only played this as the demo version on the PS3 and I do not own the move controllers. The demo only allows you to play a 7 point tie-breaker which is not anywhere near long enough to let you get into playing. You cannot access any of the teaching screens so you have to do the best you can.
Summary: I don't get it. You've got a game for the PlayStation Move, but you're forced to aim your shots using the joystick in the other hand? (Worse, you use the joystick both to move your player on the court, and then to determine the direction of your shot, a tiresome and unnecessary double-duty.) What's the point of swinging the Move controller if it doesn't determine the direction you hit the ball?