Summary: Is it just me or ALL the Sega Sonic games for Wii just plain hard to control?? I play lots of other Wii games and seem to do just fine so I dont think it's just me.The controls just dont seem to be responsive like other games.Very hard to navigate around and sometimes it seems the controls just dont work at all.Maybe I am doing something wrong.I read the instructions and all.We have a couple of other Sonic Sega games and we have the same problem.Please feel free to...
Summary: It's not the greatest sports game but it's pretty fun. The controls are not difficult to understand, I personally recommend that you use the wii classic controller for convenient gameplay. Overall, it's a solid game.
Summary: This review is about the experiences of my 6 year old son. Overall, the tennis game is nice, but not as fun as the tennis in wii sports. however, the Sega stars made it so fun for my son that he doesn't seem to care. the mini games are fun, but most of them are not challenging enough for a 6 year old.
Summary: For Sonic The Hedgehog, he hasn't really scored well with adventure games lately, accept for the classics from the Sega Genesis level. His recent titles like Sonic The Hedgehog for the Xbox 360, and Sonic & The Secret Rings for the Nintendo Wii, haven't made a definitive smash for new gamers and the die hard fans as well.
A decent sports game, Sega fans will love the fanservice though.
19 August 2009
Excerpt: Sega Superstars Tennis is a sports game for the Nintendo Wii developed by Sega. This game doesn't have a story instead it has a Superstar career mode, here you will travel to themed world which represent the characters from classic Sega games including Sonic the Hedgehog, Jet Set Radio, Outrun, Super Monkeyball and more.
Excerpt: Sega Superstars Tennis was a very exciting release for me, having played the included Wii Sports and tired a little of their version of tennis. All of the characters I had grown up with and some new are in the game, so it is nice for all generations of gamers to get their hands on. The graphics are very nice, as are the sounds, but what Sega did not do was add much to the 'swing, hit' control method of the original tennis game (Wii Sports).
Conclusion: I've been a long time fan of sega and really liked Virtua Tennis. However with this title it seems a bit hit & miss with most people. The game suffers from being too easy if set on easy settings, which makes the main modes easy to complete. It only took me two days to complete everything. The mini games are fun and actually require you to select the right characters for them. The graphics are also good and the so called super forms are not so cheap that they are abused.
Conclusion: Sega are the creators of the great Virtua Tennis series so, I knew Sega Superstars Tennis would be a good tennis game too. There are many great Sega characters for you to play as which include Nights, Sonic, AiAi, Ulala, Beat and later on Alex the Kid + lots more. I have unlocked a Outrun and Afterburner tennis courts which pleased me. There are lots of fun mission games to play through based around many famous Sega titles which, unlock the Score Attack mode.
Conclusion: If your expected the same people who make Virtua Tennis to have used a similar engine to create a very fun tennis game...your wrong. The Wii version of this game is alot slower than other platforms but the engine is very similar to wii sports apart from different controlling techniques such as Remote and Nunchuck (giving you full control of movement). The special moves become somewhat frustrating after a while.