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PSU: Virtua Tennis 2009 Review

With its Virtua Tennis franchise, Sega has always presented us with an accessible tennis experience rather than a deep simulation of the sport. The foundations laid down by the first game in the series, the Dreamcast arcade-port of 2000, have changed little over time. Sure, modern console gaming has afforded us with the luxury of online play and improved visuals, but as far as gameplay goes, the franchise has always stuck rigidly to its embedded arcade roots. If you're familiar with the mechanics of Virtua Tennis, then you can look forward once again to an indistinguishable on-court experience in 2009.

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