Summary: Top Spin 2 has some amazing players with different sets of features. You have Federer who's good but slow to move around, you have hewitt - who's just a great allrounder, you have Roddick who has speed and you have this guy in a yellow or white tee called Costa. Besides some familiar names, the game really does well and has an improved 2 player playback.
Summary: I was a huge fan of the first Topspin game and love to play tennis, so I eagerly anticipated the release of this game. I actually bought my 360 so I could play Topspin 2. The game didn't disappoint, and I raced through my first career. Topspin 2 is an upgrade over the original title for a variety of reasons, including a more in-depth player construction (attributes, body features, etc.) and a more complicated career.
Conclusion: This game is good and despite others not thinking so, I enjoyed it, the gameplay is good and unlike other tennis the computer AI actually hit the ball out and in to the net, on the whole a good game, with some good game modes, and excellent graphics 4 out of 5
Best Tennis Game Available .... With Room for Improvement
Jorge J. Coelho, Amazon
30 June 2006
Summary: First let me start by saying that this is hands down the best tennis game available at the moment. So, if you want to play tennis on a console there's no need to read further, since you've found your game. If you've played previous versions of Top Spin and wonder whether this game is worth the purchase, I would say yes as well. The button controls have remained consistent, so you can pick up the new version quickly.
Summary: I got this game 4 days ago and I like the fact that they didn't change anything on the game they did add some more players like Venus Williams but Serena isn't on here the graphics are cool their not 2 far off from top spin 1 but graphics don't make the game the controls are smooth they twicked them a little but if you know how to play top spin you can get used 2 it in career mode after you create a player you have to do weeks of training before you can actually play a...
Excerpt: "...shots, the B button for top spin and the Y button for lobbing opponents at the net. In addition you can access more powerful strokes using the left analogue stick however you need to have a certain amount of momentum built up to use these. There are also risk shots where you go for winners however these carry a greater chance of flying out of hitting the net and do take a bit of practice to get used to. There are a variety of tournament options as ...