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Submitted by OutLaw 3061d ago | preview

Impressions: Virtua Tennis 3

"Sega's Virtua Tennis 3 melts away hours faster than a microwave does butter. The game succeeds because of its user friendly controls, drawing people in and transforming them into tennis pros within minutes. However, it packs just enough nuance to separate the n00bs from the experienced gamers. It might boost the PlayStation 3's portfolio, even if the Xbox version feels better.

There is no online play. Despite the attractive graphics and modes, developer AM3 passed on delivering Internet functionality, forcing PS3 fans to invite people to their homes. Meanwhile, the Xbox 360 edition, created by Sumo Digital, includes Xbox Live support for Exhibition and Tournament matches." (PS3, Virtua Tennis 3, Xbox 360)

spacetoilet  +   3061d ago
I may still get it.....
But no online? Sucky. I bet X-spot (gamespot) will score this 8.7 for the ps3 and 9.0 for the 360. Just my prediction. And they should score the 360 one higher, because that is a HUGE advantage.

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