THE GOOD: Fun Training Games Ability to Customize your Characters, both male and female. 20+ Hours of gameplay Realistic Tennis matches Ability to play against friends.
THE BAD: Sometimes slow loading Unclear instructions on some of the games. Handling is somewhat poor.
SUMMARY: I picked this game up so that I could play against my friends at school when the teacher was being boring to be honest.
The game is pretty addicting when you first pick it up, being able to train and customize your own characters is always a good quality in a game. You train both a Male and Female character in the World Tour mode of play. As your skills get better, the games get harder. Some of your skills are fairly difficult to level because of the difficulty of the training games, as not all of them have clear instructions, or are just extremely difficult(Mainly the Disc Volley game and the Stroke training games). The tournaments are fun to play in, getting you a higher ranking as you win. The ability to play mixed d...
THE GOOD: A clutch of licensed players Numerous fun training games
THE BAD: Sluggish loading at times Lack of gameplay in World Tour
SUMMARY: I'm a keen sports fan, and Virtua Tennis came widely recommended, so I picked this up along with Ridge Racer and WC Snooker when I purchased my PSP. The game looks great, and plays like any other tennis game. Anyone could pick this up straight away, it's one of those games that takes no time in getting used to.
It includes several challenging and entertaining challenge options, such as Disk Shooter, which are basically fun games for you to enjoy. The main game mode though is World Tour mode, where you take a male and female characters up the rankings by winning tournaments and improving their skills in the training events.
However, World Tour often frustrates me. It's difficult to find a tournament at first, and you constantly find yourself slightly bored of the training events when there are no real matches coming along. Add to the fact that most tour...