Excerpt: Without trying to sound like I'm giving the rest of the dev houses at Foundation 9 the shaft, I have to admit that UK-based SUMO Digital may well have been the best acquisition the Bay Area development collective (which, fittingly, includes The Collective as one of their developers) has ever made. They've consistently been handed some of SEGA's biggest franchises and nearly always do them proud. (which SUMO has also worked on -- seeing a pattern here?
Conclusion: THE VERDICT: This is one of those games that everyone is going to get something different out of, and provided you're not expecting anything like a serious tennis sim then I think most gamers will be pleasantly surprised overall. Despite a couple of dodgy missions and a couple of areas where the IP isn't exploited to its full potential, there's some lovely gaming stuff in here whether you're a Sega obsessive or not.
Summary: Er du på utkikk etter et tennisspill til å erstatte Wii Sports , Top Spin eller Virtua Tennis leter du på feil plass. SEGA Superstars Tennis kan gi deg noen fine ballvekslinger på de tematiske tennisbanene sine, men det mangler dybde og er alt for enkelt å mestre. Spillet har god flyt og fine animasjoner, men er et prakteksempel på at varigheten faller til bunnen av skalaen for sportsspill du ikke har muligheten til å trene deg skikkelig god i.