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.
On time release should not be Nintendo's #1 Priority
M. J. REC "rec", Amazon
24 July 2008
Summary: Completely frustrated is the only way to describe my overall attitude towards this game! I like the playability, the graphics are more than enough (You do not own the Wii for the graphics) but HOW IN THE WORLD do you market a game designed only for right handed play?
Summary: This game is terrible. I rented this at the local blockbuster where they had several copies just sitting on the shelf. I decided to try renting before splurging to buy. Glad I did. There are many deficiencies with how this game is designed, as listed below: 1) It forces you to use the nunchuck which...
Summary: This game is greatly disappointing. The primary problem I had was that you have to play with the numchuck in your left hand, which makes you feel like playing tennis with a 2 foot rope tied between your two hands.
Summary: THIS GAME SUCKS!! How can a tennis game be released that does not play left handed! I guess if Rafa Nadal, Jimmy Conners or John McEnroe (all hall of famers & lefty's) wanted to play they should forget about it.