Summary: Virtua Tennis plays really well. The controls are tight, the animations are good, and the game has a great difficulty progression. Still, I was expecting something more like Wii Motion game, not just buttons and being sat down on the coach. Like it though!
Summary: This game misses the point entirely by not permitting you to control the tennis racket by swinging your wii controller. The entire point of the wii controllers is that they're motion sensitive. Everyone who designed this should be fired.
Summary: I am a tennis player and I love playing virtual tennis 2009. I asked my daughter to buy me this game since I read that Top Spin4 was not for me. This game is a joke. Explain to me why you would only have one section of the game where you can use the Wii motion. Explain to me why I don't get to see my player when I use the Wii motion? I don't understand what moron made this game. Did that person play the game? Has that person ever played real tennis?
Summary: Could not enjoy this game as much as my other two games Virtual Tennis 2009 and Grand Slam Tennis. It was more complicated, and could not play it with precision. I would not buy this product again.
Don't buy if you like Wii Sports Tennis or Virtua Tennis 2009
Jasper Edwards, Amazon
30 July 2011
Summary: This game does not play at all like Virtua Tennis 2009 or Wii Sports Tennis. You have to hold the controller parallel with the TV as opposed to the normal perpendicular. You can't even swing the controller in the motion of a tennis stroke to hit the ball. Instead, you just press the A button to hit, and the most difficult aspect of the game is using the +- button to move the player into the hitting zone.
The carreer mode does not support wii motion plus but it is still a good and fun game
30 July 2011
Summary: I didn't know the carreer mode does not support wii motion plus, so I was a little bit disappointed. But then I started my carreer and I liked! Virtua Tennis 4 is fun, and actually you can get addicted trying to get more money, fans, and growing your rank to get a better start on the next tournaments. Conclusion: It's a great game when you just wanna play tennis sitting on the couch.
Summary: The controls on the Wii are crazy. You need to push "2" instead of "A" for every command, and it took me like 10 minutes to even setup a game. Once I did get a game going, it was weird and you had to keep pressing buttons just to hit the ball. It's NOTHING like the tennis on Wii Sports (<--that's WAY better).