Table Tennis (Xbox 360) Reviews
Product Type: Rockstar Xbox 360 games
Description:Manufacturer: Rockstar / Genre: Sports / ESRB Rating: E - (Everyone) / PEGI Age Rating: Age 3+ / Output Signal Supported: 720p / HDTV Support: HDTV Support / Audio Support: Dolby Digital 5.1 / Online: Online Gaming Support / Control Elements: Gamepad / ... more
Table Tennis (Xbox 360) ... Control Elements: Joystick / Memory Support: With Memory Support / Max. Number Of Players: 2 / Developed by Rockstar San Diego, Table Tennis harnesses the true horsepower of the Xbox 360, with an advanced game engine designed specifically for the next generation console technology. Table Tennis is a visually stunning title that utilizes the full capabilities of the Xbox 360 to deliver authentic physics and intuitive gameplay that mirrors the competition and ferocity found in a live table tennis match.
Newest Review: ... moving your player from side to side & selecting which shot you want to play by a differnent button. It's very easy. ... more
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Customer Table Tennis (Xbox 360) Reviews (10)
by - written on 16/04/08 (Useful, 27 readings)
When i first heard a table tennis game was headed for the 360 i wasn't interested at all. When heard rockstar were doing it i became a little more intrigued. Rockstar are most well known for the Grand Theft Auto series. This game couldnt be any more different. I bought it all the same as it was budget title so fairly cheap. The first thing i noticed was that the graphics are simply incredible. The best of its time. The player movements are simply sensational. From facial expressions, to the way their shirts waft as they take their shots. Or the shadow of the ball as it flies accross the table. The graphics are great, especially for a table tennis game. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/01/08 (Very useful, 169 readings)
A Rockstar game without blood, guns, hookers and F-Words may seem like a Duke Nukem game without Duke Nukem in the game. Table Tennis is a game that does absolutely nothing to offend people. There's no swearing as the players insult each other, there's no pong balls ripping through people's heads and there's no strippers keeping count of the score while trying to make love to you. It's that clean. That said, Rockstar's talent for making videogames hasn't gone in the process, as Table Tennis is an accessible, yet deep for those who dig, stunning game that really is best in multiplayer. It's just a shame it's sparse on modes. -(The Controls)- The game ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/10/08 (Very useful, 4 readings)
It's a great game to play with your mates, as for the single player, it was a little dissapointing. There are around 8 players you can unlock and then chose from, a couple of kits to unlock for each player and a few stadiums can also be unlocked. The game take a lot of time and patience, requiring a good amount of skill towards the end learning how to counter spin the ball. There are some great training modes which help you develop these skills, essential for playing online. The single player campaign can get a little repatative, and once you've unlocked everything, there's not much point in playing it anymore. As for the mutliplayer, you find that there ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/08/09 (Very useful, 6 readings)
I bought this game Pre Owned from Gamestation for £7.99 because it was cheap & at the time I didn't have many Xbox Games. It's pretty self explanatory what this game is. Table Tennis for one or two players. It doesn't sound much but actually it's a very intuitive & entertaining video game. You play the game by moving your player from side to side & selecting which shot you want to play by a differnent button. It's very easy. Right makes the ball spin to that side. Left makes it spin that way. Before you know it you'll be pushing your opponent all over the table. Also the longer you hold down the button, the harder you hit the ball ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/05/09 (Very useful, 6 readings)
I decide to buy this game when it was really cheap because I really wasn't expecting that much but I think I was proved wrong. This is definitely the best table tennis game I have ever played as the graphics are great and the control system is fantastic. The game allows you to have great control over the ball as you can do many different types of shots such as lobbing, normal, right spin, left spin, etc. Therefore during the game it is important to play the right shot at the right time. Also if you want to increase the power in the shot just hold down the A button earlier than normal. I think the control system is great as it gives you many ... Read the complete review
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