Atelier Iris "better off with ps2 and xbox 360 .", Amazon
26 May 2011
Summary: this is one of the funnist and great tennis game u will play its far more better then the ps2 version u get items more characters and sidequest and stuuf like that highly rcommended to tennis fans!!
Summary: This is an extremely fun game. I didn't do any multiplayer modes as I have no one to play with. But the single player story mode is incredible! I was shocked at how deep the story mode was, I put in 12 hours before finishing it. The tennis mechanics are really easy to use, but they don't feel shallow or easy. There are several characters to unlock in the story mode. As I was playing this game, it made me want to go out and play real tennis. It's that fun.
Summary: First things first, I've never bothered (or wasted my time tbh) to write a review on Amazon for anything prior to this. With that aside, let me start by saying that I love pretty much all things tennis related. I'm a pretty serious follower, I've played for over half my life, and these things have translated into me enjoying quite a few tennis video games over the years as well.
Summary: This is one of the few games that I bought right away after trying the demo. The gameplay is awesome, it's really easy to get a grip of the controls. The graphics is the best part, you'll have so many different characters and tennis courts to unlock. You can buy accessories as you earn points after winning matches. The game has multiple modes you can play in. And if your friends have the same game, you can play together thru ad hoc up to 4 people.
Summary: Really to be honest, when i saw Hot Shots Tennis, i thought it was going to be a boring generic tennis game. But when i played the story mode(i have 7 characters unlocked so far); it turns out that it is really fun. I mean how realistic the physics are in tennis while keeping a funny cartoon atmosphere to it off the court.
Summary: I love watching tennis on TV and have many tennis games, for the GBA, the Nintendo DS and the PSP. But with this game it's the first time that I could actually win a match, tho just barely. I, too, didn't like the idea of there being no training sessions, but you can also use the exhibition matches for that. I'm glad I bought this game. The last tennis game I bought was Mario Tennis for the GBA (I love Mario, and Yoshi!
Summary: I've been a huge fan of the Hot Shots Golf franchise on PS1, PS2, PS3, and PSP systems. Having played every single HSG game, I'm very familiar with the theme and the unlock structure of these games. Hot Shots Tennis follows a very similar structure since they are created by the same producer (Clap Hanz). There is one big exception -- Story mode.