Summary: I think the choice of players to choose from is quite good, as well as the choice of locations. The difference in players is also good, such as the way Andy Roddick serves. Although, when you play the tournament mode, each round is in a different location and only one set per match. Plus, why can't the first round be as hard as the final? You can choose a 5 set match (with tie breaks) in the exhibition mode though, and thats really good.
Summary: In terms on playability,options and graphics then this is a very good game. However the game crashes very regularly(freezing the psp then switches it off). Ive managed to get my custom character to No.1 but i'm unable to use it to play a game under the Tournament tab. Great game made almost unplayable,such a shame.
Virtua Tennis 3 (PSP): Virtua Tennis returns to the PSP
23 August 2009
Summary: The Virtua Tennis series was welcomed with open arms by many PSP owners in September 2004. World tour offered players great graphics with accurate simulations of the tennis world. Now with the next game in the series out, we are hoping it will give us an experience we should never forget. The aim of Virtua Tennis in single player mode is to climb up the ranks of professional tennis players and become the world's number one.
Pros: Realistic gameplay and good detail of courts + Wonderful selection of [players
Cons: Too similar to Virtua Tennis World Tour, Sound can be disappointing at points
Summary: The best tennis game I've ever played - on any console. I am honest. You may think that I am joking, but try to master this game. There are four levels - easy, medium, hard and expert - and it takes effort, time and patience to be an excellent player of this game. Of course, I may just be a horrible gamer but nonetheless, I have never played a better tennis game. The game has the standard features that you would expect from a tennis game.
Pros: Graphics, gameplay and extras which actually matter
Cons: Nothing, if you have some perserverence and want to beat the game