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: Date: 2/26/2006 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.
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 only reason not to get this game would be if you absolutely hate tennis, and by hate I mean absolutely can’t stand to watch it even for five seconds. For those who have no interest in the sport Virtua Tennis can still be considered a great game and for those that love the game of tennis then...
Summary: Virtua Tennis: World Tour is one of the greatest sports games of all times. There is absolutely no reason not to own this title, unless you absoltely hate the sport - but even so, it makes a great video game. Virtually an essential purchase.