SEGA NAOMI VIRTUA TENNIS ARCADE GAME AND MOTHERBOARD

SEGA NAOMI VIRTUA TENNIS ARCADE GAME AND MOTHERBOARD

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Tennis isn't exactly one of those sports games that people get terribly excited over. You don't see any yearly tennis franchises out t, so a good tennis game is hard to find. Luckily, Virtua Tennis features an easy control scheme, great graphics, and exciting gameplay that will probably manage to rope in a few non-tennis fans along the way. The game is nice and short. You pick one of several real-life tennis players, choose singles or doubles play, and move through several stages of increasing difficulty.

The control mirrors the old Nintendo Tennis game for the NES - you use one button for standard swings and another for lobs. Of course, you have significantly more control over the ball, as you can push in a direction while hitting the ball to aim it at different parts of the court. This lets you force the opposing player to run back and forth quite a bit. While it's pretty easy to judge the ball's trajectory and get to it when you're playing on the close side of the court, you'll have to get used to judging the ball's location using only its shadow when you're playing on the far side of the court, which makes for a slightly tougher match. But after a few matches, you'll get used to playing on both sides of the court. In one-player
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