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- Fun-filled tennis party guaranteed to be a smashing good time for the whole family
- Hilarious cameos and comical guest umpires from SEGA¿s rich gaming history
- 16 characters with superstar alter-egos that give them the winning edge on the court
- 10 fantastical-themed courts; 4 action-packed tournaments with unlockable bonus content
- Up to 4 friends can challenge each other in tournaments, exhibitions, and special events
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Platform: Xbox 360
Top Customer Reviews
First, give yourself a little time to get used to the controls. When you hit the ball, you have to fully stop THEN hit with the spin / direction you want.
Once you get the hang of that, this game is really a lot of fun. My boyfriend was a high end tennis player in his teens, while I have never played "real" tennis. So we're at different ends of the spectrum. We would be playing together against a pair of computer opponents and he'd be calling out for me to do something, and I'd have NO idea what he meant :)
So for me, sure I know the basics of tennis, and I could get a certain way through the games. For him, he was doing the "moving chess game" and succeeding quite nicely. The game rewards a knowledge of strategy.
There are a variety of mini-games set in the various worlds which are quite fun. We've played pretty much all the Sega games here, so it was a lot of fun for example to go into the Jet Set Radio world and play the minigames there. Sometimes they were straightforward - like playing tennis on a Jet Set Radio themed court. Other times they were more esoteric, like hitting tennis balls to land in the right spots on a "tag" on the other side of the court. You even have to grab the right color paint can first, and "paint" in the various letters of the tag properly.
Depending on the world you're in, sometimes you're gatherings rings, sometimes you're avoiding zombies, sometimes you're rebounding bombs. There really is a nice combination of games to play.Read more ›
First of all, it's nice to be able to set levels for you computer opponent to easy. We have only played it for fun, not with any particular strategy involved, but eventually I'm sure the boys are going to get competitive. They always do.
So far all of our age groups from old down to 4 years old have enjoyed this game. I bought this as a gift for a teenage boy to make up for the violent game I accidentally bought him a year or so ago. I won't say which one but it did involve choices to harvest little girls. He was much happier with the violent game than this one. :) And, yes, I have learned the content rating system now.
I enjoy the tennis themed mini games and unlocking the new levels to this game. Sometimes it takes me awhile to win, but I always have fun. I think for kids this is hands down one of the best games to get them. It would be a fun party game for kids seeing as the matches don't take long and they could easily switch in and out.
The graphics aren't great, but I am not about having the best graphics, I want to have fun even if it is playing an old school system just for the fun factor. This game gives you the fun factor. And while xbox 360 seems to be cranking out more kid friendly games in the meantime this one is a must have for families with small kids.
The gameplay is simple. A lot of button smashing, but you do have to move your character to the right spot and press the button at just the right time in order to hit the ball so you do have to work for it. As you advance thru the tournaments it can get a little tricky and just when you think you have it they may surprise you.
If you have kids wanting to play a game on the 360 go pick up a copy of this, it is a cheap deal for all the fun you could have playing it with young ones.
I had tried the Wii version of Sega Superstars Tennis, and I was really disappointed with the controls and graphics. I have no similar complaints about the Xbox 360 edition.
I'll close with a little tip, correcting a typo in the instructions for controlling a computer partner in a doubles match: press LB/RB buttons to cycle through whether they play close to the net, the base, or automatic.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Only about $3 for a uulsed version in perfect condition. My girlfriend's son was ecstatic!!! Everybody wins. Five stars.Published 4 months ago by The Street Doc
my son love it, and i get break from him, n when my sister in law children's comes over its a life saver.Published 17 months ago by fabiola
Shipped in a decent amount of time. Purchased for my nine year old daughter. It is not her favorite (minecraft, just saying) but we have had a lot of fun with it.Published 24 months ago by beth
Omg i order this game on last friday and got it today monday!!! It plays awesome little to no stratches at all... Read morePublished on December 30, 2013 by hyeshiasexii
game is in great shape bought used but just great, and as a tennis game kids like it so no problemsPublished on September 6, 2013 by vinnycaz
Sega Superstars Tennis is a fun game for Sega vets but lacks overall polish. The graphics on the game are really good with little framerate issues, nice backgrounds and a variety... Read morePublished on January 28, 2013 by C. Wilson