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Since its debut on the Dreamcast, Virtua Tennis as a franchise has actually changed very little. Sure, there have been shakeups to the format every once in a while, but as a whole, the key structure and gameplay of the series has remained rock solid over the past 12 years - and to its testament, this is because Virtua Tennis still offers up the best example of Arcade style Tennis, and Virtua Tennis 4 is no exception. Like any other entry in the series, Virtua Tennis 4's key areas of gameplay ar...2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
During a release of a new handheld system, the launch titles always seem to include some sort of port of a console sport title. The trend continues on the brand new PlayStation Vita, which is selling itself as a portable device that offers a home console experience on the go. What better way to sell you this idea than actually showing games that were on home consoles now running in the palm of your hand? Sega’s Virtua Tennis 4: World Tour Edition is proof that the system can handle replicating w...0 out of 0 found this review helpful.
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