Summary: This is by far, in my opinion one of the best motion controlled tennis game available in the market. The graphics is meh but the animations are top notch. Rewarding feel when u beat your opponent especially when its a motion sensored tennis game. Worth the cash! So go get it!!
Summary: This is not a very practical way to play the game. Pointing your shot is very difficult as you have to move the player around with the same part of the joystick. Doing two things with the same part is just impractical and does not work well at all. As others have pointed out the game spends an inordinate amount of time between plays focusing on the avatars expressions, WHO CARES! Get on with the game! Serving is another disappointment.
Summary: This game is pretty fun but not very easy because you have to use the numchuk to control the player. With the game Virtua Tennnis and Wii Tennis the player moves on his own. The game is realisitic and is definitely not a bad game just probably bettet for a more experienced gamer than myself.
Summary: Good product, but I hope Top Spin 4 is better. The graphics are great, but I do not like using the nunchuck and prefer to use a racket. I bought this, but am waiting for Top Spin 4, and I hope it has the motion plus component.
Summary: Ok... I saw this game in a magazine ad. I LOVE tennis. I thought, "Hey, this is perfect for me." Wrong. I got the game to be immediately disappointed. Why would you hold the Wii remote sideways when you hold a tennis racquet straight? There was no create-a-player mode (that was a big factor of me getting it). The Career mode was impossible. The soundtrack sucked. I could barely see the players. Just spend your time on another game.
Summary: Although I love the workout the game provides me, I feel that the AI Engine favors the female players... they're more difficult to win against than the men. The most difficult player to beat is Moresmo; there is almost no serve and volley that she cannot return... a real challenge, for me. I especially like the way one can use the remote/nunchuk combination to control the ball. I use the game on a non HD TV and I like the realism of the players and the venues.
Summary: This game is fun, and more-true to-life than the Wii-Sports tennis game in terms of strokes and movement around the court. One thing that feels restrictive to me is the requirement to use the nunchuk. because it's tethered to the controller, I cannot take swings (especially forehands) at the ball the way I normally would in real life. It limits my ability to really whack the ball with correct form and full arm extension.
Summary: Sometimes I think people expect entirely to much from a product. I wanted to buy this game months ago but after reading the majority of the bad reviews I hesitated. When the price dropped, I decided to go ahead and fork over the money. Some reviews stated that the game was complicated and having to use the remote and chuck was to much and that it was very cumbersome. After a week of playing the game, I did not get that.