Reviews and Problems with 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.
Excerpt: The 2005 tennis season is coming to an end. With only the Masters left to go, most of the tennis stars are getting ready for a well-deserved vacation. It seems like a weird moment to launch a tennis game, but Sega is doing it nonetheless.
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.
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.
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.
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...
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.