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Virtua Tennis 3 (PS3)

alaTest has collected and analyzed 166 reviews from magazines and websites. Views about the controls and action are on the whole positive. The gameplay and graphics also get good feedback, whereas there are some critical reviews about the value for money.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PlayStation 3 Games (PS3) the Virtua Tennis 3 (PS3) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 81/100 = Very good quality.

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Virtua Tennis 3 (PlayStation 3)

 

Sega's tennis series has had a multitude of names over the years: Virtua Tennis, Power Smash, and Sega Sports Tennis. While the names may differ depending on location and year, the games have always been easy to pick up and play and hard to put down....

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Virtua Tennis 3 - Sony PSP Game Reviews - Mobile Tech Review

 

Picture this: You've reached the finals of a local tennis tournament. As you close in on victory, you hit a perfect lob, only to have your opponent leap 12 feet into the air and smash the ball directly into the centimeter-wide section of the court that...

Virtua Tennis 3 features many of the world's most popular tennis pros, including current champions like Andy Roddick and Roger Federer in the men's game and Venus Williams and Lindsay Davenport in the women's. Although you can choose to play single...

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Review: Virtua Tennis 3 for Xbox 360

 

Virtua Tennis 3 is not the flashiest Xbox 360 game on the market, but it did win me over. And given how many sports titles are out, it's impressive that a tennis game would have this effect.I went in expecting to

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Virtua Tennis 3

 

Sega serves another ace.

Remains faithful to the sport; great challenge; nice visuals; intuitive gameplay

Some noticeable visual differences between systems; may get repetitive; no online

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Virtua Tennis 3

 

Not exactly one of the blockbusters of the season, The Virtua Tennis series keeps sliding in under the radar and into the hands of those who know better. More than a simple tennis game, yet not exactly mind blowing in concept. This is one of those...

The game is surprisingly fun for a non-tennis fan, but it's overly simple at times. It's worth a try for most gamers, though, as it provides at least a few hours of entertainment.

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Virtua Tennis 3

 

A tennis game that's for life, not just Wimbledon

Licensed players ; Fast and furious action ; Awesome minigames

No PS3 online play ; No giant leap for series ; Sixaxis control ain't spectacular

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Virtua Tennis 3 Review

 

All the fun of real tennis, without the racquet smashing temper tantrums.

After completing their player, they select a home and travel across the globe, gaining advice from superstars, attempting to unseat them in ranked matches. On the way to stardom, players hone their skills in various mini games (also available for up to...

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Virtua Tennis 3

 

Both versions will have online compatibility at launch and feature ranked matches, friendly matches, a TV option (watch other online matches), and a leaderboard. If the developers reach their goal of a constant 60 frames-per-second, look for the same...

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Virtua Tennis 3

 

The biggest draw to Virtua Tennis is the career mode. Why do I say this? Well it's because it's more in-depth than previous titles, but at the same time offers up simplistic gameplay mechanics. Once you are ready to embark on a journey, you will have...

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Virtua Tennis 3

 

Finally, a reason to watch women's tennis.

Online, however, you'll find human opponents that bring out the best in Virtua Tennis 3. You can bring your created player online for ranked or unranked matches and set up your own tournaments. You can also watch other matches and a handful of...

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