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Tennis is one such game that is played with elegance and grace. In the game field, you have to be ready for any surprising situations as your opponent’s backhand can make the ball travel at a speed of more than 140 kmph. Even a split-second delay can crush your chances of winning. It’s only by harnessing the sheer determination of a player that one can win. Trying to replicate the same real-world situations, Virtua Tennis 4: World Tour Edition tries to give you an authentic tennis game experience on your handheld console.
The 4th edition in Virtua Tennis series, Virtua Tennis 4 includes interesting features that will keep you glued to your gaming console for hours. The World Tour Edition includes 22 players from across the world. The game is targeted towards hard-core and casual gamers who love watching Tennis on TV. The sports video game can prove to be a perfect solution if you are stuck in a traffic jam or a lousy birthday party. Virtua Tennis 4: World Tour Edition game card is available for the PlayStation Vita gaming console and can be played by everyone in your family as it comes with an Everyone rating from ESRB.
Synopsis and Features
Virtua Tennis video game series have been popular across gaming consoles since its release. With its introduction to the PS Vita console, the developers at SEGA-AM3 try to extend the gameplay in such a way that you can take the game anywhere you want. The game includes hi-res graphics that are a treat to watch. If you want to experience lifelike tennis gameplay, there is nowhere else to look at as Virtua Tennis offers a variety of mini-games.
Developed by the creative masterminds at SEGA-AM3 and published by the Sega, Virtua Tennis 4: World Tour Edition can be the perfect addition to your gaming collection. The single-player campaign includes 22 of the best players from across the world that includes Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic and many others. The characters in the game are created with such stunning 3D detail that you will feel like you are controlling real players. 33 beautiful stadiums are included in the game, allowing you to play against your opponents around the world.
You can take extensive control of your player by using the touchpad placed on the back of the console. This will allow you to execute complex manoeuvres, helping you to win games effortlessly. If you want to play matches that are intense and exciting, you can opt for the Arcade mode in the game. Here you can play a 4 match tournament quickly and dispose of your opponents within a matter of minutes. The game offers a high level of customization as you can take pictures with your PS Vita camera and upload it to the game and match your in-game character.
The game can be really fun when played against others as it includes a brilliant multiplayer option. Using this method, 2 players can play a match using a single PS Vita console. If you feel like you have mastered every trick in the game, you can challenge the best players from across the world by playing the game online. As you progress through the game, you can track your stats with the ranking system. With the addition of a World Tour Map and Online Mode, you can play the game for hours at a stretch and not get bored.
|Edition||World Tour Edition|
|Title||Virtua Tennis 4|
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Apr 26, 2012
Fantastic graphics. One-dimensional gameplayI believe this game takes true advantage of the Vita's technical capabilities. The graphics look truly stunning and one would not miss a full-fledged console in this case. However, the game itself will appeal to tennis and sports fans as there isn't a whole lot to do besides hit the ball back. Overall, I'd recommend this to those who are fans of tennis, especially the VT franchise.
Jul 15, 2015
Great graphics great gameplayGraphics are upto the mark considering it is a 2012 game. Compared with android counterpart, its graphics and gameplay are much much better. Only thing I didn't like about it is saving option while playing big games. I like playing 5 sets game. Sometimes in hard mode, game gets so lengthy. So, there should be save to play later option. But anyways, its all cool. I love playing it and highly recommended for all tennis fans. :)