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Grand Slam Tennis 2 - Playstation 3

Platform : PlayStation 3
Rated: Everyone
59 customer reviews

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  • All-New Total Racquet Control - Control every shot with the right analog stick, smashing forehands, backhands, overheads, and volleys with precision, accuracy, and power. Utilize this innovative control system to take your game to the top!
  • PlayStation Move Support - An immersive motion control experience puts a racquet right in the palm of your hands. From casual players to tennis superstars, PlayStation Move gives you the chance to swing your way to victory.
  • Win all four Grand Slam tournaments - Become a true Grand Slam champion by capturing all four major championships, for the first time ever in Next Gen gaming. The prestige of some of the most historic events in tennis jumps to life like never before, including the Australian Open, French Open, U.S. Open, and exclusive to EA SPORTS, Wimbledon.
  • Legends of Now and Then - Play with or against more than 20 of the greatest players to ever grace the courts, including Djokovic, Federer, Nadal, Djokovic, Borg, Sharapova, the Williams sisters, and exclusive to Grand Slam Tennis 2, seventeen time Grand Slam winner John McEnroe.
  • P.R.O. AI - The playing styles and behaviors of the sport's greatest stars are captured right down to their signature swings. Realistic tactics and strategies are your keys to success against each legend on a variety of court surfaces including clay and grass. The organic AI adapts to your game so there's never a dull moment in Grand Slam Tennis 2.
  • ESPN Grand Slam Classics - Relive the most memorable moments in tennis. From Borg vs. McEnroe to Nadal vs. Federer, play your way through history while unlocking up to 25 amazing Grand Slam moments.
  • The Deepest Tennis Experience - Play countless hours of tennis in a deep 10-year Career mode or battle head-to-head online. Experience a wide variety of online gameplay features, including EA SPORTS Game Face and more, keeping your experience fresh and authentic.
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Platform: PlayStation 3

Product Description

Feel the true excitement and emotion of championship tennis with EA SPORTS Grand Slam Tennis 2. For the first time in HD and on the next generation platforms, experience the thrill of winning at Wimbledon and capturing all four Grand Slam tournaments. Rise to stardom with the revolutionary Total Racquet Control as you challenge a deep roster of elite players, including Djokovic, Federer, Nadal, Sharapova, Borg, and McEnroe. With immersive PlayStation Move support, authentic gameplay, ESPN broadcast integration, a deep 10-year career mode and so much more, get ready to Swing the racquet like a Grand Slam champion with Grand Slam Tennis 2.

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Grand Slam Tennis 2 is a Tennis simulation game that allows players to experience all four of tennis' Grand Slam tournaments, the Australian Open, the French Open, Wimbledon and the US Open in high-definition on Next-Gen consoles for the first time. The game features more than 20 of the greatest players of all-time including current top players Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer, Serena and Venus Williams and Maria Sharapova, as well as immortal past champions like John McEnroe, Björn Borg and others. Additional features include: the option to control all shots with a single analog stick, AI specific to real pro player tendencies and tactics, a 10-year career mode, ESPN broadcast integration and PlayStation Move controller support.

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A True Grand Slam Experience in High Definition

Feel the true excitement and emotion of championship tennis with Grand Slam Tennis 2. For the first time in HD and on the next generation platforms, experience the thrill of winning at the Championships at Wimbledon as well as capturing the other three Grand Slam tournaments, the Australian Open in Melbourne, the French Open at Roland Garros in Paris and the US Open at the Billy Jean King Tennis Center at Flushing Meadows, New York. Rise to stardom with the revolutionary Total Racquet Control as you challenge a deep roster of elite players, including Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer, Maria Sharapova, Björn Borg, and John McEnroe. With immersive PlayStation Move support, authentic gameplay, ESPN broadcast integration, a deep 10-year career mode and so much more, get ready to swing the racquet like a Grand Slam champion with Grand Slam Tennis 2.

Novak Djokovic setting up a backhand shot in Grand Slam Tennis 2
All four of pro tennis' Grand Slam tournaments presented high definition for the first time.
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Key Game Features

  • All-New Total Racquet Control - Control every shot with the right analog stick, smashing forehands, backhands, overheads and volleys with precision, accuracy and power. Utilize this innovative control system to take your game to the top. And if you prefer the old school button controls, those are still available.
  • Become a Champion - Become a true Grand Slam tournament champion by capturing all four major championships in succession. The prestige of some of the most historic events in tennis come alive like never before, including the Australian Open, French Open, US Open and exclusive to EA Sports Grand Slam Tennis franchise - Wimbledon.
  • PlayStation Move Support - The motion control experience gets you on your feet and puts a racquet right in the palm of your hands. From casual players to tennis masters, you truly have the chance to swing your way to victory.
  • Legends of Now and Then - Play with or against more than 20 of the greatest players to ever grace the courts, including Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic, Björn Borg, Maria Sharapova, Serena and Venus Williams and exclusive to EA Sports Grand Slam Tennis franchise, seventeen-time winner of a Grand Slam tournaments in singles and doubles play, John McEnroe.
  • Professional, Realistic, Organic (P.R.O.). AI - The playing styles and behaviors of the sport's greatest stars are captured right down to their signature swings and emotional reactions. Realistic tactics and strategies are your keys to success against each legend whether playing on hard court, clay or grass. The organic artificial intelligence adapts to your game so there's never a dull moment.
  • ESPN Grand Slam Tournament Classics - Relive some of the most memorable moments in tennis. From Borg versus McEnroe, to Nadal versus Federer, play your way through history unlocking up to 25 amazing moments of Grand Slam tournaments.
  • A Deep Tennis Experience - Play countless hours of tennis in Grand Slam Career mode – singles and doubles, through a 10-year career or battle online. A wide variety of online gameplay features, Photo Game Face and more keep your experience fresh and authentic.

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Maria Sharapova lining up a forehand in Grand Slam Tennis 2
All-new Total Racquet Control.
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A close-up of Novak Djokovic unleashing a forehand in Grand Slam Tennis 2
PlayStation Move support.
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Maria Sharapova going through her service routine as she plays into the second week at Wimbledon in Grand Slam Tennis 2
10-year career mode.
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Roger Federer stretching for a backhand at Wimbledon in Grand Slam Tennis 2
Exclusive Wimbledon play.
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Product Details

Platform: PlayStation 3
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  • ASIN: B005GSRDHO
  • Item Weight: 2.4 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: February 14, 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (59 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,775 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Andy T. on June 5, 2012
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3
I don't usually purchase video games at full price, but after trying out the GST2 demo, I was hooked and needed to get it right away from a big box retail store instead of waiting for the usual online purchase/delivery.

You want a more realistic tennis simulator? You're probably better off with Top Spin 4. You want silly mini games? Virtual Tennis is for you. GST2 sits comfortably somewhere in between, which suits me just perfectly fine. If you just want a no holds barred and fun motion gaming experience for the PS3 move with best in class HD graphics, this game is also for you.

EA only focused on providing motion controls for this game GST2, not for Kinect and not for the Wii (first GST version came out a few years ago only on Wii). The focus on motion gaming on one console this generation really shows. I surmise that this game hasn't been as popular as Virtual tennis & Top Spin only because this game came out a WHOLE YEAR after Virtual tennis & Top Spin.

No denying, there is a bit of a learning curve with the Move & Navigation controller usage. Isn't that part of the fun? The challenge to get better at something? Just keep in mind for power shots, you have to keep the Move controller back before you swing. It'll start vibrating a lot and let you know that you're setting up for a power shot. I really appreciate this feature. And for serves, it's really fun serving with power once you get your timing right.

If your opponent is constantly rushing the net, practice your lobs to keep them honest. If they're playing baseline, a tear drop shot would work. Firing cross court shots or along the side line is really possible. If you're on the fence about this game, it might help to read the original Wii Grand Slam Tennis game reviews.
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22 of 28 people found the following review helpful By OJ Silk on February 14, 2012
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3 Verified Purchase
The sequel to Grand Slam Tennis has finally arrived after EA postponed it's efforts to release it on the PS3 and Xbox 360 following it's June 2009 Wii release. As a whole, the game is solid but with some flaws. The original version on the Wii was a cartoony version with a big ball, etc. Fun & best they could do on the Wii. This one takes full advantage of the graphical power of the PS3 but fails in other areas. Nonetheless, if you're a tennis fan -- the game's worth your while as it's fun to play.

Presentation: As usual, EA delivers on presentation. Most importantly, this is the only tennis game with the Wimbledon license and that's important since Wimbledon is considered the Super Bowl of Tennis. As with most EA games, menus are slick and easy to navigate. Lots of ESPN branding also, which is good or bad -- depending on your love/hate for ESPN. On the downside, the lifeless commentary from Mac & Cash gets very repetitive (as with most sports games but worse). On the plus side, it can be turned off once you get tired of it. Camera angles can't be changed & replays can't be automatically skipped (you can do so by pressing a button each time they pop up).

Roster: Arguably the best among all tennis games with the understanding that unlike NFL/NBA/MLB, there's no Players' Association, therefore you never get a full roster. Nonetheless, most player likeness' are spot on -- Current stars: Djokovic, Nadal, Federer, Murray, Tsonga, Roddick, Sharapova, Williams' sisters, Ivanovic & others. Legends: Coverboy Johnny Mac, rival Bjorn Borg, Pete Sampras, Chris Evert, Martina Navratilova & more. Overall, the men's roster is way better than the women's. Most stars look great, especially Williams' sisters but some are a little off, particularly Chris Evert.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By DLegend on February 20, 2012
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3 Verified Purchase
Pros: Nice shot options, pretty easy to learn, realistic representation of tennis

Cons: Not enough pro players, playing vs. cpu is unrealistic, graphics are so-so, not too many options, few tournaments not a realistic ITA season

Well playing in rookie and ameteur mode is just lame. You dish out bagels no matter who you play. But if you go to pro, it is almost impossible to win. You break the opposing player (sometimes it seems way too easy) and then he/she breaks right back. Or if you are up a break or 2 the cpu decides it will suddenly make you make errors, and play amazing error free offense. Also, the 1st serv return business is unreal. You can blast a 125 mph serve and the cpu returns it for a winner; unreal. Also, aces only occur on meaningless plays or if you are down 0:40 or 15:40 to the cpu on the PRO level. I have not tried the most difficult level yet, I can imagine it is impossible to win a point.

Therefore, this game is somewhat fun, but the cpu play is horrible. I have not tried online play yet, I hope it is a bit better and more realistic. This game was made with good intentions, but it is incomplete (lacks players) and it seems it was made too rashly (slapped up to make quick money)......This is not uncommon for EA sports games.

Finally, it is pretty lame that baseline players all of a sudden serve and volley when they are down, and then become unbeatable. Also, why does Djokovic have a one handed backhand, and why does Rafa serve and volley. Ultimately, in this game serve and volley is the most effective way to win points which gets boring quickly.
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