Reviews and Problems with Rockstar Games Presents Table Tennis
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19 February 2014
Summary: For once, a game by Rockstar Games doesn't feature hookers, grandmas, and policemen getting murdered. And it's an okay game. It's a game that you'll only play once or twice at the most every two months, but while you play you'll be engrossed and while there's a limited player choice and the graphics are average, it's still a fun sports game to revisit again and again.
Summary: Being a huge fan of table tennis myself, I didn't see how I could go wrong with a table tennis game for $1.99. I played the game off and on for about a week and didn't find it very entertaining. The difficulty settings are little extreme, the gameplay isn't very exciting, and unlockables are not really worth all of the trouble that you have to go through to get them.
Summary: It'll be 5 years, if ever, until a Kinect game can rival the gripping, true Arcade-simulation joy that is Rockstar Table Tennis...you need a friend or two to play With, as the Xbox Live community is dead, but it's not hard getting People hooked on this...
Super fun for tons of good clean PG-Rated competition...
6 February 2013
Summary: Superb entertainment for the price. Don't expect depth in character design or any level of true personalization. However, the gameplay itself is easy to learn and hours of play await, especially in two player mode. My wife and I play this Table Tennis game all the time. Super fun for tons of good clean PG-Rated competition. Have fun!
Summary: I was kind of skeptical about buying a table tennis game, but for three dollars I thought I would try it. This game is definitley worth three dollars. The graphics are great and the gameplay is exceptional. The game is very realistic, it includes training sessions and tournaments. If you are looking for a fun game for under five dollars than definitley get this one.
Summary: Coming from Rockstar, who started to delve away from GTA with first the Warriors, then this game and Bully, graphics are reminiscent of more involved games. And while you can easily play a ping pong game irl, this is a fun option with a bunch of people who are bored with beating each other up in knockout but still have that edge of competition in them.
Summary: If your a true ping-pong fan, this is for you. It's perfect for friends, family, and all ages. I broke my ankle so I cannot play pong for a while, but this game helps me cope with my loss. Great overall game. And worth it's really low price.