Conclusion: The complete lack of a career mode and any sort of minigame doesn’t give any appeal to the game, and with no online support, one would hope to have friends over to ever enjoy this game fully.
Conclusion: That said, it's still fun for the more hardcore gamers out there, and it's a great way to get non-gamers into video games. Essentially, Family Table Tennis is a cheap, enjoyable multiplayer game -- if that's what you're looking for, then this is a title you should definitely think about downloading.
Excerpt: Has it ever been fashionable to like Table Tennis? In this country sports tend to fall in and out of popularity, so one minute everyone loves football, then Cricket, then Golf, then Tennis, before everyone decides all sports bar football are boring and not worth bothering with.
Wii Review - 'Rockstar Games Presents Table Tennis'
7 February 2008
Summary: Feel the unmatched speed and intensity of the real-life sport with an authentic physics engine and intuitive gameplay that mimics the exhilarating experience found in international competition.
Conclusion: THE VERDICT: It's a missed opportunity, and it's saying something that tennis on Wii Sports is a far better example of how to do things for the machine. The game shouldn't have been ported over - it should have been rebuilt.
Summary: When released on the Xbox 360, Rockstar Games Presents Table Tennis was a resounding success. Rockstar Games is a company best known for making violent games full of different modes and exciting mini-games, so to see this company tackle something so small and non-violent took a lot of people by...