Reviews and Problems with Smash Court Tennis Pro Tournament
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Smash Court Tennis Pro Tournament
24 July 2004
Excerpt: As in most sports games, the most important thing for Namco to do in Smash Court was present believable computer versions of real athletes. In some cases, Namco succeeded but they could have done a much better job. Except for Monica Seles and Andre Agassi, most of the players look like everyday people. This is especially disappointing considering this is one of the first tennis games to feature every teenage boy's 'favorite' player, Anna Kournikova.
Excerpt: Due to its lack of broad appeal in America, the game of tennis always ends up being one of the quietest sports entries to make its debut on a given console. While it did take well over a year for the PS2 to finally get a tennis game, there are also many more to come -- Davis Cup, Tennis 2K2, and WTA Tour Tennis. The game leading the pack is none other than Namco's Smash Court Tennis Pro Tournament and it's leading it with a pretty strong title.
Summary: Smash Court Tennis is a great tennis game for sports games fans. With 4 players this game will have you going for hours on end. Solid graphics and sound back up what is a very playable title, even with the massive jump in difficulty in Tournaments. This game is worth a look.
Conclusion: Inutile d'attendre encore pendant des mois l'éventuelle sortie de Virtua Tennis 2 sur Playstation 2. Smash Court Tennis Pro Tournament est un jeu tout simplement hors pair que tout fan de jeux de tennis se doit de se procurer. Beaucoup plus réaliste que le titre de Sega, le soft de Namco aurait pourtant gagné à être plus impressionnant graphiquement.
Excerpt: Numa altura em que o Campeonato do Mundo de futebol concentra a maioria das atenções, decidimos falar-vos de um jogo que serve para recordar que em França se está a realizar uma das mais prestigiadas provas do percurso ATP.