First impression was very poor, then it got better but not quite.
EDUARDO DE CABRERA, Amazon
15 August 2013
Summary: It took me a while to figure out how to get the most of the game (I must confess that i am not a fast learner in these matters). After a while I could start having some fun but never fully enjoyed it. My son (he is 16 and loves PES or FIFA games) didn't like this one.
Summary: i bought this because i am a tennis freak but with the move this is not a very realistic game. you can swing any way and you will hit the ball back. gets boring quick no challenge. If you want a sports tennis game for the move get sports champions 2. the tennis in that beats this game by 100%.
Summary: Its not the best tennis game available for the Wii. Wii Sports tennis is more challenging that this mess. I have tried several tennis games and this is not anything close to Wii Sports in challenge. FAIL!
Summary: In fact, the PlayStation move was half the reason I bought it. It just flat out refuses to recognize the move controller (and this game was half the reason I bought the move controller). I've read other reviews that people wrote praising the move support, but there's at least one other person who wrote an Amazon review stating the exact same problem I'm having.
Summary: Although the first 3 titles of the series were pretty fine tennis games, the last title: Virtua Tennis 4 brought a messed up player control system that causes a loss of interest to continue play it, especially at 'very hard' level where you actually cannot beat computer opponent played as Courier or Djokovic because of their hard hit ability.
Summary: I to was very excited to get a new ps3 for Christmas with move. I thought as more & more sold , more & more games would come out using the capabilities. So when I saw 2 tennis games coming out in the Spring I was excited. However, I tried Top Spin which required both controllers .. And decided to buy Virtua Tennis. Well, as previous reviews have stated, this is move compatible but for only one part of the game.
Summary: I remember playing virtua tennis on past consoles and marveling at how much fun the game was. With the advent of the move, I really looked forward to virtua tennis for the ps3. With that said, I purchased this game with the intent to ONLY play with the PS3 Move. If you are like me, you would probably want to experience the game without the dual shock. If this is true, save your money.
Conclusion: I thought this game would have full move support. Not at all. World tour is only playable with Dualshock. Move controlled gameplay also lacks control of power. I couldnt make drop shots at all. Even the slowest shots seems to land near opponents backline. Navigation controller is not supported. So positioning your player the way you want is out of a question. With dualshock 3 stars. With move 1 star.
Summary: Ich bin eher enttäuscht von diesem Spiel. Man kann einfach nicht das Leben eines normalen Tennisspieles widererkennen. Bei der World Tour muss man immer wieder von vorne anfangen, gibt einfach keine weiterführende Karriere. Dazu kann man die Spiel und Satzlänge nicht in der World Tour einstellen und spielt immer nur 2 Spiele, 1 Satz.
Wie schlägt sich der neueste Ableger der "Virtua Tennis"-Reihe?
Karl H. Stingeder, Amazon
9 August 2012
Summary: Fans der Serie werden jetzt zunächst erleichtert aufatmen, denn die Arcade-Serie bleibt ihren Wurzeln treu. Auch Einsteiger dürfen sich freuen: das Handling ist intuitiv und die Bälle gehen von Beginn an locker "von der Hand". Der Arcade-Charakter des Spiels wird unter anderem durch den Umstand deutlich, dass das Timing des Abschlags keine Rolle spielt. Der Ball wird ganz einfach und automatisch im richtigen Moment geschlagen.