Sega serves up details on new functionality added to the PS3 version of the tennis game
We've been sent some nice visual diagrams and a bit of blurb this morning on Virtua Tennis 3's freshly announced employment of the PS3 controller's tilt action.
You can use the tilt action to move your player (tilt the controller forward to move a sports star forward, left to move them left etc.) and also to perform a variety shots and serves - in a similar way to a tennis racquet, and without using the buttons or analogue sticks, explains Sega.
Here's further example stuff:
Swing the controller up quickly - Player makes a lob shot
Swing the controller down quickly - Player performs a slice shot
Swing the controller horizontally - Top spin!