Summary: Although it's frustratingly hard when you get to the Grand Slam semi-finals, it is fun and keeps you continually trying to improve your game. This is not the old arcade game where you just press a few buttons. There is a lot, A LOT of timing involved in the game-play. Overall, this game was great buy. It can be a fun and light play or it can be challenging in career mode. We have not been able to play online possibly due to no one playing online anymore.
Summary: My 8-year-old boy is a tennis fan, and likes playing this game a lot. Maybe it is not very accurate in some specific effects, but it works pretty well in most movements. We like the choice of players and tournaments.
Summary: I bought this game because I like tennis. It's a good game, a little slow in their playability, in presentations and animations. But, generally , it's really fun to play. Graphics are good ! not super, and stars are very similar to reality. Online play is poor.
Summary: havnt finished the game but im having fun.... played top spin 3 and as you progressed you could be in a rut and restart couse you wernt fast enough or something... top spin 4 has been fun- as you level up you chose 1 of the 3 playing types offense defense etc and you get your stats uped based on your way of play and it works fine.
Would be Perfect Tennis game but for several flaws
2 February 2012
Summary: I bought this game after playing the free demo. I thought it was very fun. Pros: Most realistic tennis game yet made Fun game Deep Career mode Good CPU Pretty game Variety in what swings look like based on court position and charge level of shot Overall Good selection of male players: Current - Federer, Nadal, Djokovic, Murray, Roddick, Wawrinka, Davydenko, Simon, Tomic, Blake Legends - Sampras, Agassi, Borg, Lendl, Chang, Courier, Rafter, Becker 3D is fun Cons: Poor...
Realistic tennis game, most probably the best one.
22 November 2011
Summary: If you are a tennis player, you will find this game realistic in terms of how many possible shots you have got, sounds of the ball... On the other hand it makes the game pretty hard to play at the beginning cause any move will affect the way of playing the ball. So, be patient, with some (or a lot of) training you may become as good as the real players (pro).
Summary: The problem with this game is that you cannot really make your tennis player the perfect tennis player as you cannot choose your attributes and you have to choose a style for your tennis player, however overall it is the most realistic tennis game that you will find and requires great skill on higher difficulties. It is not just hit the ball and it is hit hard, but you have to know when to time the hit and it comes with playing the game on a more consistent basis.