TVG: SEGA Superstars Tennis Review

TVG writes: "Following their previous collaboration with SEGA on the Virtua Tennis 3 adaptations talented UK studio Sumo Digital returns to the tennis court with the release of SEGA Superstars Tennis. Developed for all popular platforms, it seems SEGA are hoping to emulate its success at the Olympics with an expanded entry on the Xbox 360, PlayStation3, Wii, PlayStation2, and Nintendo DS.

An unusual chance for the never camera-shy Sonic to be joined by some of his less celebrated chums, SEGA Superstars Tennis pitches itself as a title with casual appeal, but also one that will be impossible for the SEGA faithful to resist. SEGA's rich past illuminates every pixel on the screen, every menu, and every ever so slightly surreal tennis court that stage the action; a rare opportunity to reflect whimsically and share some of the success that Nintendo compilations enjoy. From Virtua Cop mini-games to the slightly strange and monumental appearance of Alex Kidd in 3D, SEGA Superstars Tennis is hard to fault as a compilation unashamedly glorifying the good old days - I defy any lifelong SEGA fan not to drop to the knees when Samba de Janeiro starts belting out the first time!"

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