|Virtua Tennis 4 is a tennis simulation game featuring 22 of the current top male and female players from the ATP and WTA tennis tours. Along with classic Virtua Tennis tournament style action, Virtua Tennis 4 for PlayStation 3 features full PlayStation Move functionality, allowing players to experience the game at an even higher level as they swing through forehands, backhands, serves, overheads and more, just as if they were on court. Additional features include: Stereoscopic 3D technology, new online matchmaking and tournament play, a brand-new world tour and more.
Take a Swing with PlayStation Move: The best-selling tennis series is back in time for the lion's share of the Grand Slam season with revolutionary new features and an all-star lineup. And with the PlayStation 3 version of the game the developers of the original Virtua Tennis are taking the world of competitive tennis to a new level using evolutionary 3D support and PlayStation Move functionality. With these innovative technologies, players will compete in true 1:1 motion compatibility for the first time.
The Top Players of Today's Game: Virtua Tennis 4 features 40 breathtaking courts from around with world as well as 22 of the world's top tennis stars from the ATP and WTA tour rosters. A sampling of players include men's Grand Slam champions and contenders like Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic, Juan Martin Del Potro, Andy Murray and Gael Monfils, as well as Maria Sharapova, Venus Williams, Caroline Wozniacki and Anna Ivanovic from the women's side of the draw. All will play their hearts out for a shot at the championship title, in dramatic TV-style camera action. A brand new Career Mode promises hours of fun in the quest for the top ranking, while the new online hub will be the go-to place for fans who want to compete with other Virtua Tennis stars from around the world.
"...best in class... Simon Parkin, EuroGammer
Virtua Tennis 4 for the Playstation 3 Review
By: Josh Lasser Blogcritics.org Reviews
Published on: 5/13/2011 11:07 AM
|Although I don't play tennis, it has always appeared to be one of those games which is easy games to play horribly and horrendously difficult to play well. If you can't manage to hit the ball in tennis, it's not like golf where you have to keep trying, you'll just lose the point. It might not be much fun that way, but you can definitely complete a match. Of course, in the videogame world, things are far more simple than that. Anyone can hit a golf ball in Tiger Woods, and anyone can hit a tennis ball in Virtua Tennis 4....read the full review|