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Virtua Tennis 4 by Sega of America

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Virtua Tennis 4 is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 1.
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  • Platform: Nintendo Wii
  • Publisher: Sega of America
  • Developer: Sega of America
  • Category: Sports , Tennis

Product Details:

The best-selling tennis series is back in time for the grand slam season with revolutionary new features and an all-star line-up!

  • MOTION CONTROL
    • New motion control compatibility on PlayStation®Move, Kinect for Xbox 360® and Wii MotionPlus gives players pinpoint accuracy in speed, style and shot placement.
  • NEW ONLINE CENTER
    • Players will enjoy a vastly improved online experience with the all-new intelligent matchmaking system and competition creator.
  • NEW CAREER MODE
    • A totally new World Tour is a fresh take on the Virtua Tennis Career mode. As players work toward becoming the people's favorite, this new mode helps them manage competition pressures both on and off the court.
  • MATCH MOMENTUM
    • This brand new on-court feature makes for more dramatic matches. In building up their Match Momentum gauge over the course of a match, players revel in their improved abilities and confi dence.
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not the Tennis Game You're Looking for. Virtua Tennis 4 for the Wii was a very disappointing game for me. I bought this game thinking I would be swinging the Wii remote like an actual racquet (forgive me if I should have known better, I'm a novice to the series and tennis in general) and was hit with the sideways Wii remote brick wall. Yes, you press one, two, A, and B to play this game. You don't use the nunchuck at all (you move with the D-pad) and I find this to be a display of poor effort on the developers side. A few good things about the game would be the graphics and the sound (a little). They do have a mode where it's a first person view and you simulate swinging a racquet but I find it difficult and not entertaining mostly because you can't control your player and it's incredibly difficult to hit ONE ball. The party games are great fun and teach you more skills than the tutorial itself. Then there's the world tour mode. I have not completely played through it but from what I understand it's four seasons where you play with your created character and try to reach tennis stardom status. It's pretty good and should keep you entertained for a couple of hours. When you put the whole Virtua Tennis package together you get a game that is not as fun as you would hope unless you like button based tennis games ON THE WII! I would highly recommend Grand Slam Tennis. This game is so good that I just watched reviews and wanted it immediately. It uses your actual hand movements down to wrist twists to determine a shot. So if you find a GS with one in stock GRAB IT! Then let me know where you got it from so I can get one :-)
    Date published: 2011-06-30
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