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- The world's best players -
- Take control of the top players in the world; with 22 of the world's greatest players competing in 33 stunning stadiums, in a variety of mini-games, and a full career mode.
- Touch screen controls -
- Simple touch controls on court across all game modes with front and rear touch panels to navigate players and hit shots.
- Touch Versus -
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Virtua Tennis 4 World Tour Vita, Take control of the top players in the world; with 22 of the world's greatest players competing in 33 stunning stadiums, in a variety of mini-games, and a full career mode.
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Each player can be customized with physical attributes and the game even allows the player to incorporate his or her face using the camera on the Vita. Funny how art imitates life. The persona is reproduced very well, as you use anatomic landmarks to cause the player's face to move.
If you're a tennis fan, you will truly get a lot of enjoyment out of this game.
1. Career mode, aka the world tour. Some people don't like it, because you don't get to play real tennis directly. Instead, you have to play tennis mini games to build up abilities and your control skills. I pretty much love this mode, and it's the exact reason that made me a big fan of this game. It makes you do all kinds of tennis stuff and manage your career. Come on, start with the ability of Roger Federer isn't fun at all... There so much things to do, like build up reputation, unlock and buy accessories and of course earn money. Once you completed all four you can start over with ranking but keep everything else except your strength bar. In short, perfect learning curve. Change to higher level of difficulty once you done with the first time.
2. Graphics is literally the same as console versions.
3. Controls are so intuitive like always, so get in position and play tennis.
4. Straightforward menu and UI, you are able to play without waiting ridiculously long.
5. Music is very much lacking but it's a tennis game, I am fine with no music.
6. You can always change the sound signature, not every one sound like gay-porn... Yea I don't know what's wrong with the trailer either.
So, I hope everyone enjoys tennis!