Reviews and Problems with Virtua Tennis: World Tour
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Virtua Tennis: World Tour (PSP)
Rex Inego, Verdicts
30 September 2012
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.
Summary: This game is very funny but is hard and repetative on World Tour mode. You msut build up skill which can be hard if you don't win tournaments early on. The other game modes an be fun but even then they get a bit repetative themselves. Overall if you are playing for 30-60minutes it's not too bad but long periods of play can get boring after a while.
Summary: very good game has world tour mode in which to choose a male and female player and you work your way to being worlds best and it has quick match mode and minigames and quick tournaments and if you know someone else with the game you can play them.
Virtua Tennis: World Tour (PSP): Superb tennis game
3 February 2010
Summary: I am a big fan of the Virtua Tennis games; I've bought them consistently since they began on the Dreamcast, and so decided to give the PSP iteration, World Tour, a go. Despite being handheld, this is a larger than life game that is a whole lot of fun. Visually, this is a realistic game but tennis games are hardly going to show off the PSP, are they?
Summary: This legendry series of games has yet again pulled of another great game, but this time on the psp. *Gameplay* The game is easy to play, and the buttons are self explanatory. There are a variety of players, courts and attire, which can be brought on world tour mode. There are 6 game modes; quick match, exhibition, tournament, ball game, multiplayer and of course the world tour. The world tour mode consists of you making a players, both male and female.
Summary: The virtua tennis games line began around 10-15 years ago in arcade machines, since then the games have developed massively and have made their way on to games consoles. There have been quite a few versions, 4 to be precise, and they have all been popular. But can this new game meet the expectations that have been set before it by previous games? The gameplay is pretty similar to previous versions, brilliant.
Excerpt: "Virtua Tennis is a good game for the psp and i believe it has outstanding graphics. When I started playing it was fun but soon i got frustrated becasue the world tour was hard because you have to get the woman and the man to rank 1 and i had to train a lot with both the man and woman. But i just played more and finally got to where i wanted to. Here are the tennis stars: MENS: Roger Federer Tim Henman Sebastien Grosjean Juan Carlos Ferrero Tommy ...
Conclusion: i bought this game becuase i heard it had advantages over the new version (Virtua Tennis 3). The downfall of this game is however the games engine. it extrememly sluggish to do pretty much everything. all task take loading. even flicking through options takes loading time of a second to do. it isnt close to a smooth experience. one in the games however, what u havea is a clean and very enjoyable experience.