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Virtua Tennis: World Tour

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Virtua Tennis World Tour

Family Friendly Gaming
2 February 2013
  • Excerpt: Arcade style tennis action is there in force on the Playstation Portable. Virtua Tennis World Tour from Sega certainly has a step right up, and start winning approach to it. For those that expect a simulation then they will be disappointed. However those looking for a good, clean and fun tennis game that will not immediately humble them can pick up Virtua Tennis World Tour.
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Overall 9
8.8

Virtua Tennis: World Tour

The Gamers Temple
24 May 2007
  • Excerpt: There have been a lot of sports games released for the PSP in its short lifetime, but tennis is one sport that has been conspicuously absent. Until now that is – Virtua Tennis fills the PSP tennis void and fills it quite nicely.
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Virtua Tennis: World Tour Review

VideoGamer.com
16 December 2006
  • Excerpt: Virtua Tennis should bring back fond memories for Dreamcast owners. Despite the console lacking EA sports titles, and a crippling lack of good football (soccer) games, SEGA made up for it with their own line-up of sports titles. One of the best was Virtua Tennis. Originally an arcade game running on the Naomi arcade board, it was ported to the Dreamcast and proved to be a huge hit. It, and its sequel, will go down in history as two of the system's most loved games.
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Virtua Tennis World Tour

swapgame
19 August 2006
  • Excerpt: Virtua Tennis World Tour features a playable array of internationally renowned tennis pros in addition to a make-your-own player mode, exclusive mini-games, and original courts. Wi-Fi gameplay is supported, encouraging up to four friends to play together. Virtua Tennis World Tour features three core gameplay modes: World Tour, in which players travel the globe using a custom-created character to win cash; Exhibition, where players can take control of a pro tennis...
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Overall 9
9.0

Virtua Tennis World Tour

GamesPaper
2 August 2006
  • Conclusion: Virtua Tennis World Tour is clearly one of the best PSP titles we've experienced so far, and offers an ideal mix of long-term gaming where you can spend a couple of hours working your way up the rankings, alongside simply having a couple of minutes of action whilst on-the-go by improving your player stats or having a quick match against the tricky AI.
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Virtua Tennis: World Tour PSP Review

Game Info Wire
26 March 2006
  • Excerpt: If you're yearning to play tennis on your PSP, you'll find a lot to like in "Virtua Tennis: World Tour.
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Overall 9
8.8

Virtua Tennis: World Tour

games xtreme
10 December 2005
  • Summary: We take on the best tennis players in the world and find out if (digitally) we are just as good.
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8.5
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Expert Review

Kikizo
8 December 2005
  • Conclusion: THE VERDICT: If you have even the remotest interest in furry yellow balls, Russian teens or Tiger Tim there will be something here. Virtua Tennis starts off simple, but has the ability to grab and hold your attention for a very long time.
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Overall 9
8.5

Virtua Tennis: World Tour

Game Over Online
29 November 2005
  • Excerpt: Tennis, while relatively easy enough to pick up and understand as a game, isn’t nearly as popular as other sports franchises. You’re not constantly finding seasonal games with tennis “roster updates,” or dynasty features where you try to run the professional league. So you can just imagine that it takes a couple of extra features to attract the hardcore and the occasional fan.
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Overall 8
8.2

Virtua Tennis: World Tour Review

GameSpot
21 October 2005
  • Summary: It's more of the same, but that doesn't stop Virtua Tennis: World Tour from ranking with some of the best tennis games on any platform.
  • Pros: Captures the accessible Virtua Tennis gameplay style, World tour mode provides hours of single-player fun, Great-looking visuals--smooth animations especially stand out, Maria Sharapova!
  • Cons: Basically a rehash of Tennis 2K2, Music feels exceptionally dated, Ball game mode not as fleshed-out as it could be
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