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Submitted by moosehound 1146d ago | review

Grand Slam Tennis 2 Review * Brutal Gamer *

Brutal Gamer's Zeth writes:

The original Grand Slam Tennis may well have passed escaped your attention. In all fairness the original Wii exclusive title was little more than a cartoonish take on the tennis genre with the added selling point that it came with Wii+ in the bundle.

Shoot forward the best part of three years and EA Canada (the stickiest and maple scented’ist branch of EA) have moved the franchise to the PS3 and XBox 360 and applied some new mechanics to a often neglected genre.

The big draws for Grand Slam Tennis 2 are the newly created Total Racket controls scheme and the inclusion of Wimbledon as the fourth Grand Slam venue. No big surprise too that EA, the kings of high production sports titles, have secured the likeness of many of the worlds greatest players both present and past. (Grand Slam Tennis 2, PS3, Xbox 360) 7.5/10

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