Excerpt: For a lot of sports fans, Top Spin on Xbox was the best tennis game on the market. Especially the online part could convince, eventhough there were some details that could easily be exploited by experienced players.
Excerpt: With the release of 2003’s Top Spin , developers Power and Magic put up the first real challenge to Sega’s all-conquering Virtua Tennis series. Many a title has come and gone since, but nothing has ever come as close to claiming the title in the Tennis genre as the Xbox original did.
Summary: Top Spin 2 offers a much improved, although not completely new sequel. With all the gameplay mechanics still there, and good graphics, PAM have offered a ‘faster’ sequel, and one that should not be passed up.
the fact that Top Spin 2 lacks the production polish you'd expect a
next-generation title to offer, it makes up for it with some solid
gameplay. It's controls are intuitive and easy to learn, allowing you to
jump right in and play a quick match, while not compromising the depth of
Summary: Experience the pro tour in venues that are alive and dynamic with environmental elements that react to your play. Characters are even more stunning with the addition of HD technology and the inclusion of the top players in the world like Maria Sharapova, Venus Williams, Andy Roddick, Lleyton Hewitt...
Excerpt: One of the top Xbox sports games, in both sales and popularity returns for another victory on Xbox 360 Everything you loved about Top Spin is back and made even better The peerless player-creator is reborn with the powerful Digital Identity that truly puts you in the game.
Excerpt: When the first Top Spin was released for the original Xbox, the acclaimed Virtua Tennis became but an afterthought while Top Spin quickly became top dog within the genre. Much of the praise for Top Spin went to the wonderful work of developer, Power & Magic.
Excerpt: series is back, and as a tennis fan, I have to say that I’m very happy to see it return. I have been a sports gamer for almost twenty years and I’ve played practically every tennis game looking for a realistic and fun representation of the game. That game finally came in 2002 with the release of