Reviews and Problems with Tennis Masters Series 2003
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N. Feril, amazon.co.uk
4 September 2003
Summary: At the Master level, pretty much the only way to win is to go to the net every chance you get because the AI will blast winners from the baseline if there is even a small opening to hit one. For very realistic game play, set the AI to "Rookie". If you play realistically too (by not going to the net at every possible conceivable opportunity), you can get into some extended and very realistic rallies with the AI opponent.
Summary: Aesthetics: graphics, sounds, animation, etc...in short, very good. Prominent features: -Full selection of shots available...slice, topsin, flat, lob, etc. -Singles and doubles. -scalability: 5 set matches available, different AI levels, other optional scoring features. -"career" mode...simple but effective...nothing too complicated here since MST isn't some type of role playing game. -Player stats like unforced errors, winners, serve percentage, etc.