Summary: I like tennis, and I like tennis games, this game is fun for a couple of hours, and then it becomes repetitive (perhaps every game is repetitive, yeah) I suppose I got enough enjoyment out of it. It arrived quickly also, no problems.
Summary: Even on the hardest level the opponents are too easy. It's cool that each player has signature moves and their own grunt, this beats top spin in that department but the game is too easy to master
Summary: I must say that, although I'm not an avid tennis simulation player, I have been an on-again/off-again fan of the sport since the late 1980's, and I have played many, many tennis games over the years, extending all the way back to "Tennis" for the NES.
Summary: Still searching for a proper tennis simulation. Would say that Grand Slam falls slightly to far into the Arcade area. There are some nice ideas, such as the shot stick using the right analog for doing different types of shots, that work well.
Summary: If any other company made this garbage of a tennis game it wouldn't of even scored a 71 overall.I'm actually quite disappointed with Game Informer and IGN for giving it decent scores.It's like playing tennis on the Atari all over again but a prettier version.Top spin 2,3 and especially 4 trumps this...