Reviews and Problems with Tennis Masters Series 2003
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Tennis Masters Series 2003 (XBox)
22 May 2009
Conclusion: There’s no question that the gameplay of Tennis Masters Series 2003 has too many flaws to be considered “the ultimate tennis simulation.” But it’s still a pretty fun game to play. And it’s a solid value at a retail price of $29.99. But since Tennis Masters Series 2003 didn’t deliver on its promise of being a true tennis simulation, it falls into a no-man’s land of virtual tennis.
Excerpt: By Gary Kearney Tennis games are really nothing more than fancy versions of our old friend Pong. So what Microids is giving us in Tennis Masters Series 2003 is a new Pong. Is this a good or bad thing? Well there is little doubt that the original Pong is a classic in the history of video games and can be immediately recognized by almost any gamer by a simple screen shot or sound clip.
Conclusion: Tennis Masters Series 2003 is a pretty good tennis game. It’s not stupidly hard to beat and while there were a few A.I glitches overall it does a pretty good job and will keep you on your toes without appearing to cheat or win with cheap shots. The animations could have done with some more tweaking and if they could have spent some more time on them and made them as smooth as VT and also included real players on the roster then TMS 2003 would have easily been the best...
Pros: +, + nice stadiums and lighting, + controls are easy to learn, + great shot variations, +, +, Reviewed by Shane Bryan
Cons: - animations needed more work, - some A.I glitches that do stand out, -
Conclusion: Tennis Master sur GBA est une vraie réussite ! Probablement le meilleur jeu de Tennis sur console portable, je ne peux que vous le recommander si vous aimez les jeux de tennis. Espérons que d'autres cartouches de cette qualité sortiront ! En tout cas, chapeau bas aux développeurs !