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Ever since its debut on the Sega Dreamcast, Virtua Tennis has managed to bring the simplicity of the sport effectively to the mainstream gaming audience. Whether you're a hardened pro that knows their aces from their loves, or someone who just wants to swing a racket at a ball, there's something for everyone to enjoy in these games. Last year brought a new high point for the series with Virtua Tennis 4, complete with new mini-games, a robust World Tour, and online play. Most of those features — along with a few new ones — have returned for Virtua Tennis' debut on the PlayStation Vita. Like its console cousin, Virtua Tennis 4: World Tour comes jam-packed with a number of modes. The main one you'll want to start off with is, obviously, the World Tour. Here, you'll span numerous regions with your designed player, competing in tournaments, freshening up with arcade-style mini-games, and occasionally dealing with fans and public endorsements to keep your reputation at bay. This is an excellent mode, as it not only deals with various activities to keep you busy, but also reminds you how important health is, lest you run around with a broken ankle. Rest up when you get the chance.
SEGA's entry into the Vita ring brings its hit tennis game to handhelds. Seems like an odd choice for the first Vita game from SEGA, but hey, Virtua Tennis' arcade tennis style is a good fit for the handheld. 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. The biggest problem with Virtua Tennis 4 is that it feels like I've played all this before. Not only because I literally played this before when it was out on PS3, but also because the series hasn't changed much.
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