Virtua Tennis (DC) Reviews
Newest Review: ... matches, training modes and the world circuit. The latter world circuit makes up the bulk of the Dreamcast title. Here, ... more
Customer Virtua Tennis (DC) Reviews (68)
by - written on 10/07/01, updated on 10/07/01
Virtua Tennis is most probably the most famous Dreamcast sports title and rightly so. It’s also the best Dreamcast game available form the Sega Sports team – nothing compares to it graphically or in terms of gameplay, you simply should have played this game – if you haven’t, do bother reading the rest of this review – go out now and play it! You will not be disappointed. With many sports games I always find it difficult to learn all the of controls and moves, football and basketball games are a prime example, but with Virtua Tennis it’s different. Nothing is so simple to play, and nothing can beat this multiplayer, and single player ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/12/00, updated on 17/01/01 (Very useful, 120 readings)
Virtua Tennis. Sounds about as interesting as....well.....something very dull. This is a game which has been rated highly in all online and offline magazines but why? IT’S TENNIS!!! Boring, long-winded do I need to go on? Actually, no I don’t. As someone who can’t stand the real game of Tennis I honestly thought that there is no way on earth that I would ever have ANYTHING to do with the awful sport but then I actually opened my eyes and gave this game a try. Blimey charlie! Have you seen the featured players? Tim Henman looks exactly like the real thing. Courier, Haas, Kafelnikov (and plenty more) are all ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/09/00, updated on 27/01/01 (Very useful, 46 readings)
I'm not a big fan of tennis but when I heard that this game was as good as, if not better, than Nintendo's 'Tennis' on the Game Boy and Namco's tennis games on SNES and PlayStation, I just had to get it. I was not disappointed. First, let's get all the periphery matters out of the way. 'Virtua Tennis' has three game modes: Arcade, where you simply play series of opponents; Exhibition, where you can set the parameters in a one- to four-player game; and World Circuit, a career mode where you win games and complete training modes for money to buy doubles partners for World Circuit mode and tennis shirts, players and venues for Arcade ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/09/00, updated on 14/09/00 (Very useful, 57 readings)
Virtuaaaa Tennissss shouts the announcer as the Virtua Tennis title screen appears on your TV screen. The game appears so innocent but you are unaware that it is about to change your life for the next few months. The menu appears and you are faced with the choice of four options. Arcade, Exhibition, World Circuit and Options. If you've never played the game before in the arcades then your safest bet is to go to the Arcade mode immediately. If you do so you get the choice of 8 players who are Tim Henman, Thomas Johansson, Carlos Moya, Tommy Haas, Cedric Pioline, Yevgeny Kafelnikov, Jim Courier and Mark Philippoussis. A fine selection to say the least but there are ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/09/00, updated on 27/12/00 (Very useful, 209 readings)
Virtua Tennis has to be the greatest ever Tennis game and is now in my eyes the undisputed world champion Sports game the world has ever seen. Created by Sega, this has to be the game that will win over playstation and N64 owners and convert them to Dreamcast. The graphics are outstanding with incredibly detail and accuracy to the players' expressions and reactions. There are 8 players to start with (all 8 are real players!) with 8 more to unlock, but unfortunately there are no women players in the game. It's so easy to pick up and play thanks to a simple but brilliant control system. If you want to play a good game this summer - don't get Virtua ... Read the complete review
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