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.
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.
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
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...