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Digital Life: Top Spin 3 Review

Older tennis games would lock your player in position when hitting the ball, making it a game of tactical, pre-emptive positioning. Here you can still move around the court when charging up your chosen stroke - with the aim being to let go of the button as the ball bounces. This requires you not only to get in a good position, but to time your strokes well or suffer the humiliation of watching the ball fly off target harmlessly.

The solo career is lacking an addictive quality - though it does let you create your own custom star - but multiplayer can be thrilling.

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