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Virtua Tennis: World Tour, the arcade and home console hit, features three core gameplay modes: World Tour, where players travel the globe using a custom-created character to win cash; Exhibition, where players can take control of a pro tennis all-star for one-off matches; and Tournament, which puts players in knockout sessions where only the best will see victory. In addition, this fast-paced games also features a playable array of internationally renowned tennis pros in addition to a make-your-own player mode, exclusive mini-games, and original courts. Wi-Fi gameplay is supported, encouraging up to four friends to play together.

[edit] Features

  • Play as or against a host of the world's top tennis stars, or create your own player to take on the best!
  • An awesome two-to-four-player gaming experience via the PSP's unique Wi-Fi capability. Take on your friends anywhere, any time!
  • Exhibition Mode: Get straight into the action with your favourite player.
  • Tournament Mode: Try to win all five singles stages and join with friends to take on the three doubles stages.
  • World Tour: A true challenge! Create your own player and take them through the intense tennis circuit. Build your skills through unique mini-games and training, then build your ranking in tournaments.
  • Flawless court design, including all key court surfaces around the world.
  • Awesome physics and realism.
  • Simple but brilliant control method - play any shot in the book!

This game is also known as Power Smash: New Generation in Japan.

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Jul 21, 06 9:24pm

I picked this game up so that I could play against my friends at school when the...

Oct 29, 05 5:44am

I'm a keen sports fan, and Virtua Tennis came widely recommended, so I picked this up...

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Release Dates
  • North America: Aug 30, 2005
  • Japan: Jan 26, 2006
  • Europe: Sep 1, 2005
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