A nice, fun game with no flaws. But wait, that's the main flaw!
Ashern "Hmmm", Amazon
7 February 2011
Summary: As my title says, the main flaw in this game is that it has no flaws. It might sound as if that's a good thing, but it really isn't. I'll get to what that means in a little bit, but I'll just list some of the main features for quick passersby that want the rundown.
Summary: The game engine itself is fine but the lack of options or any 'real' career mode is unforgivable. Online is a poor experience. Why can't they make a real tennis sim where peopel start as a lowly amateur and work their way up. In virtua tennis you meet Federov after like one game......
Summary: Ok here my review: I pre-ordered the game as I am a huge tennis-fan and always waiting for better and improved games to come out to the market. The game play is better than the previous Virtua Tennis. You can customize your players better than in the first game.
Summary: I have played this game for quite a while now. It can pass time away, but it definitely can get repetitive. I like tennis and I like playing tennis games. This game is a better multiplayer game in my opinion than a single player. The career mode starts off pretty good, but it really gets repetitive.
Summary: I have been a fan of the VT Series from the beginning so I was really anxious to get the "sequel" to VT3, however I was a little disappointed. The Graphics didn't seem as polished as VT3 and they brought back the annoying original VT music (noise pollution).
Summary: This is quite possibly the lamest game I've played for all the hype surrounding. As mentioned already, the graphics look like they came directly from the 90's. The player creator is also very weak. It looks like a family reunion with a bunch of inbreds.
Summary: I was really excited to get this game and couldn't wait to play it. Maybe my expectations were to high but I was kind of disappointed with this new game. The graphics were the biggest shocker in my opinion. They were not as good as VT3.