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Virtua Tennis 4- PS3

Virtua Tennis 4- PS3
alaScore 86

52 reviews

Apr, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 52 reviews from magazines and websites. People really like the AI and graphics. The value for money and multi player mode are also mentioned favorably. The controls and gameplay get mixed comments.

multi player, value for money, graphics, AI

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PlayStation 3 Games (PS3) the Virtua Tennis 4- PS3 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 86/100 = Very good quality.

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Virtua Tennis 4 (PlayStation 3)

 

Considering Virtua Tennis was once the king of tennis games, its latest iteration is particularly disappointing, doing little to keep up with competition from 2K's excellent Top Spin 4. The graphical tweaks are nice, and the new minigames are fun, but...

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Virtua Tennis 4 Review

 

Sega puts a little extra RPG in its Virtua Tennis

Virtua Tennis is as awesome as ever, new world tour mode

Creepy sweat, missing manual, Move/Kinect support undermines gameplay

Tom Chick, aside from being a regular contributor to GameShark and countless other game sites, owns and operates the popular website Quarter to Three.com

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Virtua Tennis 4

 

It's going be difficult not to compareVirtua Tennis 4 with the recently released 2K Sports title Top Spin 4. While both are (obviously) tennis games, they approach the sport from seemingly opposite ends of the spectrum. One strives to recreate an...

This has been an interesting exercise in comparative reviewing. Both Top Spin 4 and Virtua Tennis 4 are good games that have a lot to offer tennis fans. Part of me wishes there could be an amalgamation of the two, but as it stands I'll end with this:...

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Virtua Tennis 4 Review

 

Being a tennis player and a fan, I know what comprises a good virtual experience. We got one when Top Spin 4 released back in March, despite my issue with the new character advancement that doesn't allow me to place hard-earned experience points in any...

The Ugly: “Still no standard flat shot. …un-freaking-believable.”

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Virtua Tennis 4 Review

 

I can't stand that they're similar!

Strong RPG-styled career mode; Good roster of tennis players; A casual outlook on shot variety

but luck plays too much of a role; ...but standard shots are weakened; Let's not talk about the Kinect

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Virtua Tennis 4

 

SEGA might have been considered to have lost a lot in the last ten years or so but one item that they continually bring back is its Virtua Tennis franchise. A wild, fast paced arcade blend of skill and madness, it has a long line of fans awaiting its...

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Virtua Tennis 4 Review

 

Virtua Tennis 4 is a weak tennis game that fails to bring the series back to its glory days.

Unique minigames are lots of fun ; Easy to learn

Overly simple controls lack depth ; Unrealistic sound effects ; Irritating music ; Camera angles make it difficult to use Move

A simple Exhibition mode lets you hone your tennis skills as one of many existing tennis stars, such as Rafael Nadal, Andy Murray, and Maria Sharapova in quick matches against the CPU or with up to three other players in local multiplayer. There's also...

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Virtua Tennis 4 Review

 

Does SEGA's latest tennis game score, or fault?

Virtua Tennis 4 is a fun tennis game, after you dig through all the fluff: Mini-games and a needlessly complex career mode. If you already got your fill of Virtua Tennis 3 then there isn't a lot of new stuff in here, which is a shame, but it's still a...

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PS3 Review – Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune

 

With the announcement of the 160GB Playstation 3 Bundle with Uncharted: Drake's Fortune in Sony's conference on the first day of the Leipzig Games Conv

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Virtua Tennis 4 Review

 

Like Foot-Faulting on Match Point

Working your opponent into a corner and then unleashing an inside out forehand for a winner on match point

Needing to move one space to enter a tournament and having no one space move vouchers

is a game that trades largely on its lineage?but given that this game, like VT2009, continues to muck up a really good formula, it's hard to imagine gamers continuing to be forgiving of Sega's recurring missteps. VT has always had a map and training...

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