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Virtua Tennis 2009

Released on 19 June 2009

Rating: 3+ (PEGI)

3.0 out of 5 (14 customer reviews) | Write a review

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Virtua Tennis comes smashing back with new players, new courts, new licenses and hugely improved on-court action. Virtua Tennis 2009 lets gamers fight it out online to be the World Number One - in the world's number one tennis game.

Wii MotionPlus Controls. Virtua Tennis hits the Wii for the first time using the most advanced control system the Wii has to offer. (Wii MotionPlus sold separately)

Improved Gameplay. Courtside action is better than ever, with extensive updates to the famous VT match engine. Improved volleying, serving and net-play allow you to express yourself on court like never before.

    New World Tour & Online Rankings. Take your career online and compete for the ultimate title of Virtua Tennis Champion.

    • New Players & Courts. 23 of the world's top players (8 new and 3 legends) take to the court in new arenas and the Davis Cup.

    New Player Creation System. Now have full control over face, 100's of unknown opponents.

      More Court Games. Compete in 12 minigames, 6 completely new, for either single or multiplayer action where players can upload their high scores onto the worldwide rankings in games such as Zoo Feeder and Pirate War.

      customer Reviews

       Average rating (14 reviews)

       Best tennis game so far.

      | | See all AaronSales's reviews (6)

      What a game! Theres a huge amount of variety which is quite hard to achieve in tennis. They've added some fun mini-games which are interesting, there is a world tour mode in which you create your own tennis player and work your way up from rank 100 of amatuers to reach the pros, then rank 150 to 1 in the pro league, which takes plenty of time. Also there is a good training game in which you can achieve new playstyles which effects how you play. There is an arcade mode where you play as a pro eg. Andy Roddick and go against 5 stages of pros which get harder each match. With motion plus it is very accurate and the matches are quite short so you don't drag on, the only negative thing is there isn't enough pro players.

       more than an arcade game!

      | | See all markym26's reviews (4)

      i'm really impressed by the gameplay on this one, i was initially going to buy grand slam but decided to go with the reviewers choice and got this. at first it was a little hard to get the hang of, i think i was overthinking the wii motionplus, but u just gotta trust the genius of it and do as it says! best to keep the wii remote in the middle between shots and you gotta keep moving about and not stand and admire your last shot. all in all i'm still happy with my purchase and looking forward to playing it a lot more and mastering it! still, i wouldnt mind playing grand slam just to see what its like - there's still that little niggling doubt in my head that i might have made the wrong choice.. but then some people who bought GST might be wondering the same about VT. Solution? Buy both!

       Nowhere near Grand Slam Tennis

      | | See all getafix's reviews (2)

      I ended up with both Virtua Tennis and Grand Slam Tennis. The latter is much nicer graphically and better for the game play, although some mini-games ideas for VT2009 are interesting.

       Great looking game but too easy.

      | | See all Long80's reviews (1)

      I was really looking forward to this one being a big fan of the original coin-op and wii sports tennis. The first few days of gameplay were good. The tutorial mode with Tim Henman is a good feature and provides an interesting way to learn the range of shots the game has to offer. Once however you've mastered the control bar to time your swing you can pretty much put the ball wherever you want whenever you want. The world tour mode is a great concept but after winning 40 games straight and moving up the rankings with ease I'd had enough. A real shame!!!!

       Poor Game

      | | See all Nicolee's reviews (2)

      Have both Grand slam (EA) and Virtua. If i was to compare them Grand Slam is alot better. You only get a slight say in the direction of the ball, Graphics arent that Amazing, crowd are better though. Gameplay is Okay but you have this (Shot Gauge) Which you seem to focus on more then the actual Ball. Poor Game. (:

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      Rating3+ (PEGI)