Excerpt: For the past nine years, the Hot Shots series has given countless people who otherwise wouldn’t touch a golf game the ability to enjoy them thanks to their easy-to-learn gameplay, and has also appealed to die-hard gamers by also delivering an in-depth golf experience underneath its cutesy exterior.
Excerpt: Hot Shots Tennis takes the Hot Shots series in a whole new direction and game, this time, onto a tennis court. The game's visuals reminded me more times than not of Wii Sports . Granted, the game doesn't use the legless Mii's that are seen on the other system, but everything from the menus to the...
Summary: Hot Shots Tennis' gameplay is smooth and
accessible, but the light-hearted, charming graphics and slick
presentation adds much to its appeal. As stated earlier, the
anime-characters are very cute and animated nicely which definitely brings
the game to life vividly as do the humorous voice-overs.
Excerpt: Alright, its Hot Shots, I gave it a chance, and you should too. Anyone who has played any of the Hot Shots Golf offerings probably has a good idea of what this game has going for it. The term Ã¢â‚¬Å“cutesyÃ¢â‚¬Â� comes to mind.
Excerpt: Genre: Sports Publisher: SCEA Developer: Clap Hanz Release Date: July 17, 2007 Thwack! For the past decade, SCEA has been creating Hot Shots Golf games for Sony platforms such as PlayStation and the PSP.
Excerpt: If you took a poll of avid Sports Gamers and asked them for their “sleeper” franchise on the market today you would, likely, be bombarded with a slew of different answers. From one hit wonders to small development games, PC exclusives to text-based sims, the list would be as diverse as the industry...
Excerpt: Though Sony's 'Hot Shots' franchise has been around for generations, it's always been about golf. Now the goofball gaming with fatheaded chortling characters, frightfully whimsical music, and indulgently accessible controls has a go at tennis.