Take the Risks. Play with Intensity. Get into the Zone.
Master slices, drops, lobs, slams and crowd-pleasing trick shots.
Experience intense action and realism
Top Spin delivers all the intensity of professional tennis, from cross-court winners and crushing ground strokes to rocket serves.
Build a career
Personalise your player's look, style and personaility and get coaching to correct a weakness pr perfect an aspect of his or her tennis game.
16 top pros, including Hewitt, Sampras and Kournikova.
As far as Tennis games go, this one certainly has it's depths. For example, you can sculpt almost every single feature of your player character. Facial, body, clothing, fashion accessories, the lot. From something that looks like Mrs. Grinch to a Greek godling at play in the mortal realm, stoner to executive sleek, you can literally sculpt the lot. As a spin-off, this sort of design technology merged with 3d vectoring could lead to a whole new outlook on IdentiKit pictures for law enforcement, to an easy DIY interface for The Sims Character Builder, right thru to Virtual Actor Design.
The controls take some getting used to in-game, and you MUST be quick or wit and nimble of thumb to make the best of this game, but as far as I saw, you can become a pro in this game a lot faster than in real life. If all else fails this game can easily pass the hours.
Designed for up to four players, in game Dolby Digital, and system link 2 or 4, and online enabled, this game has the potential to be a party favourite within no time. The graphics are amazing, the gameplay is smooth and flowing, but seems to be a little stilted in high action scenes.
Reflexes must be honed before you get into tournaments, but once you are in, you're on your way.
Not too bad at all, for a game that I quite blatantly SUCK at. :) I don't have the reflexes or co-ordination to make a really good go at this game, but I still liked it, so it must be a goodie.
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