Summary: Great, addictive game. I really enjoy the create-your-own player feature. My only gripe would be that I wish they had more "real" tennis players. I don't have the Playstation Move so I can't really comment on how that works.
Summary: For those who likes Tennis is very much fun. Good thinking about highlighting the strenght of each player. Graphics are great, sounds are great... It just needs some more enthusiasm accuracy on the moves so we can really have differences between a good player and a newbie.
Summary: This is a very good workout and a good chance to play something that is quite close to real tennis. It is not easy to go to a tennis court unless you have one in your back yard and to find someone to play with. One inevitable downside is that sometimes you get bored of winning all the time which is not possible in real tennis. This is due to the fact that you don't need to run at all.
Summary: Recently I was remembering my old N64 and playing Mario Tennis. I started looking into tennis games to look for an arcade style game that could satisfy my hunger for a simple and fun tennis video game like Mario Tennis. I heard VT4 was an arcadey tennis game so I figured it would be somewhat similar. This game is fun, its easy and kind of cheesy sometimes but its very fun. Its not a hardcore tennis sim, its just a simple pick up and play game.
Summary: I played many rounds of both VT1 & 2 for the dreamcast. The refined simple controls and time killing minigames of those two titles are replicated well in this new version. The graphics are a bit of a throwback but aren't that bad just a little rough. If you came for a full fledged MOVE experience you will be disappointed the bite sized exhibition and party game portion of the game controls well but is over quickly.