Virtua Tennis 4: Serving an ace or missing the mark?

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Virtua Tennis 4: Serving an ace or missing the mark?

Postby ngigvc » 17 Mar 2011, 22:34

Bit of friendly advice get the ps3 version it will own the 360 version.
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Re: Virtua Tennis 4: Serving an ace or missing the mark?

Postby DavidVM » 18 Mar 2011, 01:15

What is the effing point of releasing this on Wii or PS3 without motion controls? Tennis is the one of the few videogames that are genuinely improved by motion controls and I really enjoyed Grand Slam Tennis on the Wii, though there was room for improvement which I hoped this game would provide. Colour me utterly dis-interested now.

As for the post above, a third party game being better on the PS3 than the 360? I guess there's a first time for everything...
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Re: Virtua Tennis 4: Serving an ace or missing the mark?

Postby shogunreaper » 18 Mar 2011, 02:21

Just get Top spin 4, it's great tbh.
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Re: Virtua Tennis 4: Serving an ace or missing the mark?

Postby mattant79 » 18 Mar 2011, 09:40

Bit of friendly advice get the ps3 version it will own the 360 version.

How will it own the 360 version? Go on enlighten us all.
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