Summary: Muy buen juego de tenis para WII. Normalmente los juegos de tenis en el WII no necesitan mucha precisión al mover el control, solo basta un movimiento y listo, se responde la jugada. En este juego NO basta mover el control, debemos ser mas precisos o la pelota queda en la malla o sale disparada a otro lado. Sin embargo, esta característica lo hace difícil desde un inicio ya que obliga a concentrarse y eso representa esfuerzo.
Summary: So, I'm giving this 4-5 stars because I purchased this for my husband, not myself, and he loves it! It took a bit of practice to get his swings right and, after a month of usage, he's finally winning games. Its a bit tough for people who know nothing about tennis - if you are looking for a Wii Sports Tennis this is not the game for you - but since he has taken lessons he is familiar with the swings. The matches are fun but the little practice games are really cute.
Summary: Got Wii and Wii Fit Plus for last birthday and have been exercising indoors ever since. Being a tennis fan, I couldn't resist a tennis Wii game that made me exercise all over the living room. Here is how to maximize the fun and minimize the frustrations: -play with the Wii Motion Plus for a while and let the game move your player -once you start winning consistently and your movements translate to the player on the screen, you might want to use the nunchuck and move your...
Summary: I really like playing this game.. I play online, that's the only "problem", bc it doesn't have all the same features as the regular game has (4 players regular game, for example). and we notice a delay when playing online.
Summary: I like the game quite a bit and have played it a lot since receiving it. I am using the Wii version, with "Motion Plus". I never played real tennis so I am only comparing this to Wii Sports. Pros: realistic game play, nice variety of games / features Cons: the trainer mode stinks. It asks you to do certain tasks but gives no feedback on how to improve. It just tells you if you passed.
More challenging than Grand Slam Tennis in the long run, but weaker overall
D. Howe, Amazon
2 January 2010
Summary: After playing the h*ll out of Grand Slam Tennis, I gave Virtua 2009 a try. Here's how I'd compare the two. Graphics: Unlike other reviewers, I see no clear 'winner' here. Virtua has more realistic looking players. GST's players look more cartoony, which I thought might be a turn off...but it works. However, I think GST's court depictions are more realistic looking. I once marveled at how real it's Melbourne Park appeared.
Summary: Exciting, fun, amazing, really addictive and makes you excercise your body, and with the extra additional features such as mini games it made it even more fun plus made me increase my accuracy of hitting the ball where i want it to go, the reason why i gave it four stars is simply because the online gaming with the Wifi connection took forever for me to get a partner and i was waiting soo long to connect i eventually disconnected and played the normal game..