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Grand Slam Tennis 2- PS3

Grand Slam Tennis 2- PS3
alaScore 86

30 reviews

Nov, 2015

alaTest has collected and analyzed 30 reviews of Grand Slam Tennis 2- PS3. The average rating for this product is 3.6/5, compared to an average rating of 3.9/5 for other PlayStation 3 Games (PS3) for all reviews. Comments about the story and usability are overall positive. The price and controls are also mentioned favorably, but some have doubts about the graphics.

controls, price, usability, story


We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PlayStation 3 Games (PS3) the Grand Slam Tennis 2- PS3 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 86/100 = Very good quality.

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Expert review by: Dan Nielson (

Grand Slam Tennis 2


In 2009, I was one of the first purchasers of the then new and innovativeGrand Slam Tennis title from EA Sports. It was only being released on the Wii, and at that time, Wii Motion Plus was just being released. As a fan, player, and lover of the game...

New this year is ESPN Grand Slam Classics. In this mode, you'll unlock many of the famous matches from Grand Slam lore, dating back to the mid 1900s. It's a blast to play in these well-remembered duels with players like Sampras, McEnroe, Borg, and the...

Feb, 2014

Expert review by: KevinS (

Grand Slam Tennis 2 Review


What's your favorite fuzzy-ball-hitting joke?

Beautiful environments; Plenty of big names; Twin-stick controls are a breeze; Playing online is super smooth

Weak character creation; Repetitive commentary

That said, this is definitely a solid game for tennis fans (and needy bastards like me). The play is smooth, the commentary is amusing, and it ain't too bad to look at. The career is filled with real courts and unlockable upgrades like new shoes and...

Feb, 2012

Expert review by: Ken "ZeroTolerance" McKown (

Grand Slam Tennis 2 Review


Don't let the name fool you; Grand Slam Tennis 2 is a far cry from its predecessor for Nintendo's Wii console. Instead, EA has decided to revamp the entire game making it more akin to its realistic...

Beautiful animations ; Easily accessible ; Plenty of depth ; Very rewarding

Career mode drags on ; Commentary dies out quick

Don’t let the name fool you; Grand Slam Tennis 2 is a far cry from its predecessor for Nintendo’s Wii console. Instead, EA has decided to revamp the entire game making it more akin to its realistic sports franchises, and thus, catering to a whole new...

Feb, 2012

Expert review by: Keza MacDonald (

Grand Slam Tennis 2 Review


EA Sports delivers a consummately professional tennis game with some nice innovations and plenty of detail – but does it have personality, too?

Grand Slam Tennis is as slick and professional a tennis game as you could hope for, and though it lacks something of Top Spin's passion for the sport, the inclusion of Wimbledon and the wider roster really do make a difference. There's room for...

Feb, 2012

Expert review by: Marko Djordjevic (

Grand Slam Tennis 2 Review


Good visuals and accessible controls can't mask Grand Slam Tennis 2's weak career mode.

Only tennis game with all four Grand Slam venues ; Various control options that are all easy to grasp ; Great roster of classic players

Weak career mode ; Only a few court locations ; Female roster lacks top stars

There are a few problems with the career mode. The first is that it's limited. On top of the fact that there are only a few match types, there are only four major and four minor events available. This means that once the year is done, you may have seen...

Feb, 2012

Expert review by: Ben Dutka (

Grand Slam Tennis 2 Preview


Tennis is one sport I know quite well. Therefore, whenever a new game comes out that attempts to capture the realism and authenticity of the sport, I'm intrigued. Thus far, Top Spin has been the undisputed winner, as Virtua Tennis has always been more...

It’s not really intricate enough to be considered a spot-on simulator, but it should prove to be a lot of fun. And that’s enough, right?

Jan, 2012

Expert review by: Matthew Emirzian (

Grand Slam Tennis 2 (X360) Review


EA Sports takes to the court in this HD sequel to Grand Slam Tennis.

Plenty of licensed tournaments and professional players ; Innovative dual analog control scheme ; Enough modes to keep tennis fans busy ; Solid multiplayer

Somewhat limited animation and motion capture ; Tutorial could be more beginner friendly ; Weak computer opponent ; Feels a bit bland and sanitized

Grand Slam Tennis 2 brings together a solid cast of real world champions and courts with dual analog controls and a balance between arcade physics and realism.

Mar, 2012

Expert review by: Mike Gunn (

Grand Slam Tennis 2


Ommhf... Ooooerf!... Eeeeha!... Out? Are you Serious?! You CANNOT be serious! Oh you're serious. Bugger.

If you are a tennis player and are up for wearing your tight shorts at home, then using the PlayStation Move will provide a reasonable practice session (and scare any visitors). Of the current tennis games on offer, our call is: game, set, and match.

Feb, 2012

Expert review by: ko-zee-ii (

Grand Slam Tennis 2 Review


If you’re looking for some light-hearted swing and miss fun with your mates then this is certainly worth a look, particularly if you’ve got a couple of PlayStation Move controllers lying beside your couch, but if you’re looking for the definitive...

Solid controls (mostly); ESPN Grand Slam Classic mode

Uber repetitive commentary; Stale graphics

Feb, 2012

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Grand Slam Tennis 2- PS3


As sports games continue to evolve with new and clever control schemes, players are offered fresh and (hopefully) intuitive ways to get their game on. In 2009, EA released the first Grand Slam Tennis exclusively for the Wii. The game gave tennis lovers...

Precise control system ; Wimbledon ; Vast roster of characters ; Plenty of content

Opponent AI can be annoyingly easy

There’s no denying it, really. Sports game fan or tennis fan, there is much to enjoy in EA’s latest entry in the genre. Errors and annoyances are few and far between. While the only damaging flaw is a significant lack of difficulty in most portions of...