Reviews and Problems with Smash Court Tennis Pro Tournament 2
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Sound quality 8
Second serve ace, or just a double fault?
8 August 2008
Excerpt: "I can't remember where or why i bought this., but I do know why i keep playing it. It's a nice tennis game, the best for the playstation by a mile. It looks very crisp and simple to use, although the japanese music and sound effects on the menu screen are very irritable. There are several game modes, arcade where you can enter a tournament with a partner or by yourself; exhibition where you play a single match; tutorial pretty good place ...
Excerpt: "Smash court tennis 2 may be nearly 3 years old now, but its still got potential to be one of the best Tennis sims on the PS2. The first outing saw a brave attempt at trying to capture new fans for the sport and succeeded on various level, but its smash court 2 that really improves where other games lay dead and unheard of. The controls are much more fluid and life life and you can now really get into the match as you smash, volley or lob your way ...
Smash Court Tennis Pro Tournament 2 (PS2): Game, Set and Match.
6 August 2006
Summary: You can do various things on this game. My favourite one is the pro tour where you can create you own player, either male or female, you can choose their name and nationality, thewre height and weight, plus what abilities they have. You are then able to play in various tournaments throughout the world including the four grand slams. The overall aim of this section is to get to the number one ranking and you start off at number 250.
Pros: Its fairly easy to play and you can play at all the major grand slams.
Excerpt: "There are many features on this game to master, as you can have many careers starting out as an amateur player, it allows you to really practice and get to number one in a very short space of time. The career side of it is well designed, allowing you to train your player to be an all rounder, as well as being the best looking on the courts, as you can buy new clothes as you earn more points. Along with buying tennis racquets and other much needed ...
Summary: This game is very good indeed. There are 6 modes of play including grand slams, accuracy tests and special challenges. you can create your own tennis player (and make it look like you if you want!) to take on the tennis world!. there is a new gameplay feature where your stamina decreases as you play more tennis- so it is more realistic, and it is very good for beating your mates at, or the 16 professional tennis players included in the game.
Pros: 6 different modes, create own stars!, great for when your mates come around
Summary: Having purchased Smashed court Tennis 1 i was very cautious about purchasing the new version as i was not exaclty thrilled with the first offering of namco's tennis game. Funnily enough i ended up going to Blocbuster on a Fridya evening in order to rent a different game that turned out to be unavailable, the guy behind the till said 'Smash Court Tennis 2 is really good and its just come out to hire' so i did hire the game out and within 2 days i had returned it and...
Pros: Superb season Tour Mode, 16 of the worlds top players, Very good training mode