Conclusion: Underneath the surface of being an over-the-top, arcade style, sports videogame the Outlaw series has always had solid sporting mechanics. While the insipid one-liners that occasionally force gamers to chuckle under their breath are still firmly intact it’s the tennis action that could use a bit...
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Conclusion: If you have played any game in the Outlaw series, whether it was Golf or Volleyball, you will find that the visuals haven’t changes at all. This whole series has had the same style visuals, and Outlaw Tennis doesn’t shy away from that once.
Conclusion: Slick movement and controls, make or break a tennis game and once their stats are up to scratch, the Outlaw Tennis players play as good, varied and accurate game of power tennis as any other game out there, Top Spin and Virtua included.
Pros: Slick movement and animations., Nice mixture of power shots and finesse., Loads of characters to unlock., Amazingly, it’s a budget game.
Cons: Tennis is tennis, no matter how you dress it up., Lag affects the online game., The Outlaw ‘humour’ isn’t to everyone’s liking., The Outlaw games are never as ‘outlaw’ as they think they are or could be.
Conclusion: Lowdown Tennis fans you owe it to your gaming selves to pick up a copy of Outlaw Tennis. This budget priced game is well worth the discounted price. The humor might not be for everyone, but if you like outlandish characters, crazy game modes, and bad-- but good jokes, then you will love Outlaw...
Conclusion: The bargain price of the Outlaw series does without doubt raise the appeal of games, and Outlaw Tennis is no different. Although the game may seem “over the top” at times, under all its crazed 15+ rated antics there is a very well developed tennis game.