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Building on its strong consumer following and consistently high review scores, the Virtua Tennis series delivers another ace this May. Virtua Tennis 2009 maintains the unprecedented realism and pin-point gameplay mechanics the series is known for and also now features improved shot accuracy, more control on serves and the chance to compete for the esteemed Davis Cup. Players will sharpen their court skills in 12 fan-favorite mini-games in preparation for fierce competition in an all-new World Tour mode where they will smash the competition as one of 20 elite tennis stars. Virtua Tennis 2009 for Wii is compatible with Wii Motion Plus!
Step out onto the court and get ready to face off against some of the world's top players. Virtua Tennis 2009 serves up intense tennis fun that brings the action on the court to life with incredible realism. Demonstrate your control and accuracy with the series' trademark pinpoint gameplay mechanics that lend every stroke, volley and serve real-life power and immediacy, and show you've got what it takes to compete for one of the sport's most coveted prizes.
Platform: Nintendo Wii
|Length: 9:35 Mins|
Lets play tennis...what a wonderful way to spend the time with my kids :)...totally entertainingPublished 4 months ago by Maru Landaeta
Great game. Players in game look nothing like the actual people but no big deal.Published 9 months ago by JW
a little complicated and tough for someone my age (72) and skill level, but with practice, a lot of funPublished 23 months ago by Samuel F. Moore
I never cared for video games until the Wii. Wii Tennis is too easy. Virtua Tennis has fun mini-games and you can play in different modes. Read morePublished on January 17, 2012 by Joe Schwartz
In trying to make Virtua 4 a better game, they instead ruined it. The graphics are horrible compared to Virtua 4 which are very good. Read morePublished on July 18, 2011 by GLS