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|Virtua Tennis players will face off against a number of pro tennis stars in an all-out battle for supremacy. Sega has attempted to faithfully reproduce each character in digital form. The court type affects gameplay; a ball bounces differently on grass and carpet than on clay. A number of modes are available in Virtua Tennis, from quick Exhibition matches to the World Tour set-up, which takes players around the globe in search of worthy competition. This portable version of Virtua Tennis is based on the acclaimed Dreamcast hit, translated to PSP by the U.K.'s Sumo Digital.|
|Publisher||Sega of America, Inc.|
|Game||Virtua Tennis: World Tour|
|Number of Players||1-4|
|Game Special Features|
|Game Series||Virtua Tennis Series|
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- spydey95Oct 17, 2005by
Fast action tennis game, excellent graphics.
Before you slam me on this review, I would like to caveat that I had a Sega Dreamcast console back in 2000 and played a GREAT game called Virtua Tennis on the Dreamcast. It was the best tennis game I've played at the time, there was a PS2 game later on called Smash Court Tennis which was also fun, especially because that game featured Anna Kournikova.<br><br>The PSP version of Virtua Tennis is an almost exact port of the old Virtua Tennis game, and feels exactly like the 2000 Dreamcast game. The PSP controls are a bit harder to get used to, but with only 3 buttons, it's not that bad. I'm not giving this game a perfect score because it's too familiar to me. However, for the many of you who didn't buy the deadend Dreamcast console, this would be a great game, especially since it features multiplayer PSP play, and you can't go wrong with the many tennis minigames.Read full review
- sirinpamatAug 1, 2012by
I am really enjoy with this game. there are many game to play. there are many style and level to select. but it doesn't have net ball and seldom out error ball.
- kentuckysunsetJan 3, 2008by
LOVE THIS GAME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!~~~GREAT FOR 1 OR 2 PLAY
GREAT GAME FOR THE PRICE-I BOUGHT THIS ONE ON PSP AND PS3--LOOKS VERY REALISTIC-GREAT PLAY ACTION--ALL AROUND GOOD GAME
- svats90m3Sep 11, 2011by
Very Good for all!!!!!very good product, I strongly recommend!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
- brokahontisNov 2, 2009by
This is my first PSP Game. I'm happy with it because it has beginning levels of play that are building/improving my game skills. The joystick is used a lot in this game. Training games include:<br><br>Stomper: Improves footwork<br>Tank Attack: Improves stroke<br>Disc Shooter: Improves stroke<br>Bulls Eye: Improves volley<br>Danger Flags: Improves footwork<br>Pin Crasher: Improves serve<br>Prize Sniper: Improves serve<br>Alien Force: Improves volley<br><br>The skill building games are timed. I haven't tried one that I don't like. I'd say that if you already have total control over your PSP's joystick and other buttons then you'd move along at a quicker pace than I am. However, I'm still having a blast playing it!<br><br>The music choices are pretty varied and if you don't like any of them then just turn the volumn way down. When you create your player you can choose hair color, skin color, clothes, racquet, height and weight. If you choose one of the pro players then you go with how they really are in real life.<br><br>Having played PS2 for a few years now and going to the PSP I'd say I'm glad I bought the PSP and this Virtual Tennis World Tour game. It's fun, I'm learning and building PSP controler skills and can see that it's going to be a while before I move through this whole game. Even then I'd start it over again!Read full review