Summary: This game is the crapiest game on earth. I can't even manage to hit the ball on the xbox 360 version even after pressing every dang button on the bloody remote. It just sucks so bad that all it is good for is my cats pooper scooper after she eats a big bowl of prunes.
Don't buy this game for your children, but it'll bore you.
Verbosely Laconic, Amazon
22 October 2009
Summary: The other reviewers have pretty much covered how this game operates. It is similar to Wii sports, but with more control over the players movement on the court and a more delayed response on swings. We put the game in one time and haven't played it since to be honest.
Summary: The Main Problem With Wii's version of , is that they kept the controls and game play the same as it's release for the other 4 systems it's on - , , and - Like Playing with a Controller. Which With the Wii, you'd think things would be different. Just stick with the Tennis on or .
Summary: My whole family loves the Wii Sports games so we decided to try the Sega version. I'll just say first, the controls stink. There are 3-4 ways to do it and none of them have the feel that Wii Sports tennis does.
Summary: I rented it, played it once, and returned it. I just don't get it...the first mini game is boring..it has nothing to do with Tennis... Wii Tennis is much better. I don't need a turbo charged Tennis game. Tennis is Tennis.
Might be a decent game, but NOT a decent tennis game!!!
Tony Leonard, Amazon
27 March 2008
Summary: After mastering Wii Sports tennis, I have been wanting a full-featured tennis game for the Wii. I have heard of some in development but when this game was released, I looked past the fact that the players were video game characters in my excitement for more tennis.
Summary: Words nearly fail me - this game is truly, monumentally awful. The controls are unresponsive and there is minimal enjoyment in the game play. After 5 minutes I was bored witless. Just glad it didn't cost much. Another game for the 'what were you thinking' pile.