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: 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: This is a Good enough Game and if you want a Tennis Game. The graphics are good, the game play is good - it requires a full swing of the wii remote. You must give the wii remote a full swing, not a jerk like the wii sports - wii sports taught us a poor habit which must be broken. Here are the problems with the game; 1.
Summary: Top Spin 3 is quite intresting when you first play it because you always hit the ball out. It only took me a day to become really good at the game. Threr are 3 reasons why this game anly gets 3 stars 1. No online play 2. No custom characters and 3. more tournamnets. One last thing this nothing like Wii Tennis.
Need some time to swing well. Okay for multiple players but very little fun for single player.
Po Ting Lin "Tim", Amazon
1 July 2008
Summary: ****__Control ***___Family Fun **____Individual Fun ***___Overall --- Descriptions --- 1) Control: Much more realistic control than Wii Sports but more complicated (i.e. You don't need to move the player and only need to swing in the way you like it in Wii Sports ). The control is a five-star for me but not for everyone. So I have to give it a four-star.
Summary: Top Spin 3 had enormous potential in my mind and fell well short of its expectations. I thought the overall gameplay wasn't too bad. I felt that the strokes were fairly fluid with the Wii controller and I liked the variety of shots. However, the main downfall with this game is the career mode. Most sports games have a "franchise" mode or some other in depth long-term challenging circuit, but this game could only come up with a few loosely strung together matches.
Summary: I guess I am a tough critic here being a college tennis coach. I was so excited to finally get a good tennis game on the Wii but am very disappointed. the Wii version of the game falls WAYYYYY short of the other systems. The graphics are to be expected as PS3 and X360 are obviously stronger there. The controls are pretty good with realism on shot control. The biggest downfall is the inability to create players and go through a career.