If you've got a thing for decent tennis games you'll no doubt have tried several in the past only to have been let down significantly in the way of repetitive gameplay or general tackiness, chances are you'll take a liking to the latest installment of the Virtua Tennis series on the PS3.
Simon over at TTGamer has checked it out in detail and although it has its shortcomings, overall it looks to be a good solid pick up and play title.
The Dreamcast may have failed for SEGA but it did introduce a number of popular franchises to other platforms which are still going today. Virtua Tennis was one such franchise. It took the sport of tennis, a highly technical game, and turned it into one of the most pick up and play game experiences you will ever come across. SEGA basically skipped a generation from this franchise and while the PSP games have come and gone with success, a new VT has been craved for a long time. It's finally here on the next generation consoles and while it borrows heavily from other games, it still remains a stand out title on both the PS3 and 360.
Last updated: Dec 4, 2019 at 01:47 pm CST
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