Reviews and Problems with Virtua Tennis: World Tour
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Fun game, if you like tennis
L. E. Markley, Amazon
16 July 2009
Summary: I am actually a huge tennis fan, and fine this a pretty fun game to play. There are several different areas that you can play in, including tournament mode. My nephews were pretty bored with the game though. They like tennis okay, but I think you really have to enjoy watching it, to enjoy playing the game. I found it fun, but I wouldn't recommend it for kids, even teenagers.
Summary: I couldn't believe my eyes when I walked into my local Videogames store and saw this on sale for $19.99! This game is surely one of the current and best value priced and fun games on the PSP now! In a time when most other games are staying in the $40 to $50 range for up to 10+ months, I guess dropping the price on this one was due to lacklustre sales?
Summary: This is a great game. Me, being a huge tennis fan and player myself, really enjoyed the real life players you don't get from games such as mario tennis. This game is one of the reasons I decided to switch to sony myself. Here are some pro's and cons with this game. Pro's: -Graphics: They are great for a portable. The game is bright and vibrant, and just looks fantastic. -Gameplay: It's just great. There are some flaws (see cons) but overall, it's great.
Summary: I purchased this game because I enjoy tennis and figured I would probably enjoy a tennis game. The World Tour portion of the game is probably the most fun part of owning the game. The World Tour - The Meat and Potatos of Single Player Creating a player for the World Tour isn't as indepth as I would've liked, but it does a good enough job. You create both a male and a female character and can switch between the two to raise their stats.
Summary: If you're not a person who likes stat-building, this game isn't for you. You need to practice practice practice to win the World Tour events, but when you do, you feel like you really accomplished something. Great graphics and sound, however the inter-menu load times are annoying. Virtua Tennis will test your patience but is ultimately rewarding.
Summary: Besides some minor framerate issues on the main menu, this game is perfect for the PSP platform. With short mini-games as well as deep RPG elements in the World Tour mode, this game has lasting appeal for hours on end. A must-buy for the PSP!!!
Excerpt: Im not a big tennis fan; I hardly knew the rules before playing this game. At that; itҒs a very good one. You take a young male or female tennis amateur and train them to be a world star. Sounds pretty fun, it is.