Strategy Informer has unleashed 18 new screenshots for SEGA Superstars Tennis which is set to be released on the PS3, Xbox 360 and Wii.
Looks like a fun MP game.
Good lord, when does the over load on milking franchises end with Nintendo?
While I agree with you on the "milking franchises" thing, Nintendo do it a hell of a lot better (Mario galaxy, Twilight Princess, etc.) than any other company out there.
A long time ago, Nintendo found a formula, a formula so good they knew it would keep gamers coming for more, no matter how old it got.
Sony also have their own formula, and while it's good, it constantly needs frequent doses of innovation to keep it going.
Microsoft... well... they didn't.
I reckon this game will sell pretty well, myself.
What has Nintendo have to do with this?
chubear never heard of sega.....dude sega and Nintendo aint the same
I wonder if Sega is using any code from Virtua Tennis for the gameplay/physics aspect...
what does nintendo have to do with it clown... besides you just wanting to hate cause nintendo is on top
I guess I mistakenly wrote on a wrong forum for some odd reason but actully, looking at this game I say my comment still remains for Nintendo and I'll save this comment for the the annoucement of the next "Mario super tennis and party sims" game - cause you know it's coming.
As for this, it seems Sega's trying to pull a Nintendo with this.
There's a bomb in the lasagna!!
Seriously though, bomb incoming.
That game is going to be the bomb, in the worst sense of the word.
Seriously, they should loop it with Mario Tennis, it's like a sitcom, when the two people who everyone wants to see sleep together finally do. The intrigue is over. They can do whatever the hell they want. Sonic vs. Mario tennis would be a better game.
Camelot has had a lot of success developing sports games.
Sumo Digital, um name something worthwhile they did.
Now before you say Virtua Tennis think of this, do you really want this game to be a tennis sim? Really? I think not.
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