EA Sports has for long looked to stamp its authority on every popular sport in the world, which is why it’s been surprising that it’s stayed away from tennis for so long. It’s popular, it’s glamorous and there are publishers who’ve been cashing in on it with their own tennis games for years. Late to the party they may be, but in signature EA Sports style, they’ve come into the fray boasting every official license you can think of. Grand Slam Tennis 2 is the only tennis game to officially feature all four Grand Slams. That’s all well and good, but its true test lies in the gameplay department.