Reviews and Problems with Smash Court Tennis Pro Tournament
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Charlie T. Durie II, Amazon
3 October 2002
Summary: This game was anticiated by Tennis fans greatly, but instead we get another "wanna-be" tennis game. The graphics are average, the sound is average, the gameplay is below average, and the whole game comes across as boring and too one-demensional. There is nothing new in this Tennis game. Small selection of Players, no Real Long Tournament, no Grand Slams, you cannot create your own player, very limited animation while hitting the ball.
Summary: Smash Court Tennis Pro Tournament is a fair game. On the plus side, the tournament venues look good and the game controls are fairly simple to use. You can also choose from some of the top names on the tour (though there only 8 to choose from) and two player mode is fairly enjoyable.
Smash Court Tennis Pro Tournament into a brick wall.
14 June 2002
Summary: As a diehard tennis fan and player I've been waiting for a good tennis video game to emerge. Unfortunately this is not it. Graphics and audio are good. Player characteristics are neat. Venues are very good. But just try beating Andre Agassi in the Semi Finals or even Martina Hingis for that matter. The action bears little resemblence to real tennis. The computer player pops winners down the line or cross court before you can blink.