Summary: Fun tennis game for ps3, one of the gripes is that it cannot be played between two players unless in doubles mode in exhibition or tournament and computer always participates, besides that it is an entertaining game.
Summary: Virtua Tennis is both cool and cheesy. I give it 4 stars because I like the gameplay and some (but not all) of the mini-games. The first tournaments that you enter are easy to win. But once you move up to the next level of tournaments, it gets alot tougher (which is a good thing).
Summary: I was really not sure if I would enjoy this game. I am not an avid game player and find that most games are just not geared to someone who does not play on a regular bases. Luckily for me, the people who made this game got it right.
Summary: 1. Game Play - 4 stars. For the most part the game play is superb and a lot of fun. The reason for me holding back that 1 star is that you find players diving around on the court too much on all surfaces in order to make the shots that they are a little late on.
Summary: This game is REAL fun! Easy to adapt to! Addictive, too! VERY realistic and lifelike. Except players' ears. Kinda creep me out! Very easy to learn how to play. All those shots, you make on court, actually have meaning! Read the manual carefully!
Summary: I heard this was the best tennis game out there, and well, they're RIGHT! It is freakin' awesome. I downloaded the demo before purchasing and I have to say I am sooo glad I did. The graphics are steller, the courts look awesome, and all the details in the environment look rich.
Summary: Well let me start out by saying that I absolutely detest sport games I have never owned a single one for any of my consoles,But my friend (whom I met at a line up for the PS3's ^-^) Swore by this game and said I had to get it. So I went and bought it on the cheap for $11.75.
Summary: I remember playing Virtua Tennis on Sega Dreamcast back in 2000 and it was pretty fun. VT3 is even more fun and more challenging than the first VT. I like games where you can build your character.