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7.6 out of 10

Virtua Tennis 3

Virtua Tennis 3 is a sports game which was developed by Sega. Th Read more

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Overall 8
8.0

Fabulous-looking game engages the whole family.

Common Sense Media
10 February 2014
  • Summary: Parents need to know that there is no controversial content in this "E"-rated tennis game. And don't worry about foul language -- John McEnroe isn't a playable character! This is a game that can be enjoyed by the entire family, regardless of skill level, age, or gender. Parents of young kids playing on the Xbox 360 will want to pay attention to the online aspect of multiplayer gaming; Common Sense Media does not recommend online play for anyone under age 12.
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Overall 9
9.0

Virtua Tennis 3

GamesRadar
24 June 2012
  • Pros: Licensed players, Fast and furious action, Awesome minigames
  • Cons: No PS3 online play, No giant leap for series, Sixaxis control ain't spectacular
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Overall 8
8.0

Virtua Tennis 3

talkxbox
24 September 2010
  • Excerpt: Last year, 2K Sports released a follow-up to their award-winning tennis title, Top Spin. It proved to be a huge disappointment to most Xbox 360 owners
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Overall 10
10

Virtua Tennis 3

True achievements
19 May 2008
  • Conclusion: In my opinion this is by far and away the best tennis game made to date utilizing 5 different shot types and you can control where you hit using the thumbstick and how long you hold the button as the ball comes to you. If you enjoy sports games go out and buy this even though it's been out a while. You will find hours of enjoyment in this soon to be classic.
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Overall 9
8.8

Expert Review

Inside Hotwire 3D
21 November 2007
  • Conclusion: When it comes to the audio component, the sound effects are too soft. The sound of tennis ball upon impact doesn't quite produce that shift in weight and power delivered by a monstrous 6 foot 2 player. Also, the crowd rarely reacts to great plays. Except for player grunts, there is hardly any voice-over work. Needless to say, Virtua Tennis 3 is definitely one of the sports games to get for the Xbox 360.
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Virtua Tennis 3

swapgame
18 October 2007
  • Excerpt: Virtua Tennis 3 isn't just tennis, but multi-tennis, with 12 mini-games for you to hone your skills, have fun or exert your Federer-like dominance over the competition. These involve things like knocking down ninepins with well-directed serves; volleying balls into the middle of targets; playing bingo with numbers that move across the screen above the net; and keeping encroaching Space Invaders away from the net by knocking them down with volleys and smashes.
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Overall 8
7.5
Gameplay 8
8.0
Graphics 8
7.9
Sound 7
7.1
Multiplayer 8
8.3
Longevity 8
8.2

Virtua Tennis 3

NowGamer
29 August 2007
  • Summary: There is no other sports sim out there that can beat Virtua Tennis 3 for entertainment value.
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Overall 8
7.5

Expert Review

TheStar.com
13 August 2007
  • Excerpt: Virtua Tennis 3 makes its debut on the Xbox 360 with an overhand smash -- though you've probably seen it before, just not as pretty nor on the new-generation console.
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Overall 8
7.5

Virtua Tennis 3

Evergeek
13 August 2007
  • Excerpt: Virtua Tennis 3 makes its debut on the Xbox 360 with an overhand smash -- though you've probably seen it before, just not as pretty nor on the new-generation console.
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Overall 8
8.0

Virtua Tennis 3

Thunderbolt Games
20 May 2007
  • Excerpt: Having one of your games at the top of its respective genre ranks as one of the greatest accomplishments a developer can hope to achieve. First person shooters have Half Life 2, the Final Fantasy Series has had a tight grip on the RPG genre for many years now and Street Fighter has and always will be the first game that comes to mind when someone says ‘beat-em-up’. Sega also have a game of their own that falls into this elusive group in the form of Virtua Tennis.
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