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It's probably a good thing that tennis video games aren't an annual endeavor. Don't get me wrong, I love me some Top Spin and Virtua Tennis, but looking at SEGA's Virtua Tennis 4 – and how little has changed in the tennis world in the last four years – I'm more than fine with not reviewing one of these games every year. Between the two major tennis games, Virtua Tennis was always the more arcade style game, while Top Spin was a more traditional tennis sim. Virtua Tennis 4 stays true to its roots. It's got a wacky, over-the-top feel, and there is more of a focus on exciting tennis action and less on stats and attributes. Virtua Tennis 4 plays really well. The controls are tight, the animations are good, and the game has a great difficulty progression. The opponents feel unique and require different strategies to defeat. It's satisfying to hit a smash and watch the other guy dive for it. Not gonna lie, I yelled obscenities both in anger and joy during the final, most difficult tournament, and that's how a high energy, emotional game like tennis should feel. Virtua Tennis 4 Video Review The biggest problem with Virtua Tennis 4 is that it feels like I've played all this before. The meat of the game doesn't feel different than Virtua Tennis 3.
Virtua Tennis 4 is a technological hussy; a game that jumps into bed with just about every bit of tech on the market. It snuggles up with Move, Kinect, Wii MotionPlus and still lavishes attention on your bog standard control pads, too. It loves a bit of 3D on your HDTV (PS3 version, only), and flirts with your friends (and indeed strangers) over Xbox LIVE and PSN. To ditch the rather strange metaphor: it ticks all the boxes. For Virtua Tennis fans (and I didn't realise what a hearty bunch they were until a recent preview event), VT4 is even more alluring because it sees the reigns of development returned to the capable hands of Mie Kumagai and the original Virtua Tennis team in Japan. Virtua Tennis 2009 was handled by UK-based Sumo Digital, you see, and while it wasn't a bad game, the general response from this event suggests the fourth iteration of the series has much more of a buzz about it. Let's start by talking about how Virtua Tennis 4 incorporates the myriad of motion technologies. Interestingly, rival tennis series Top Spin has opted to eschew Kinect (as apparently this limits the tennis experience too much) but SEGA is firmly adopting the opposite stance.
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