Virtua Tennis has always been one of those games that brings a smile to gamers faces. Many hours were ploughed into Dreamcast systems hitting a ball back and forth over a virtual net and it was one of many great reasons to own that system. This generation we have seen Virtua Tennis 3, which tried a few new things that in our eyes didn't work. So SEGA went back to the drawing board and has now released the fourth iteration of the series. Thankfully for SEGA, it is a clear return to form and Virtua Tennis is one of the better sports games around and probably the best tennis game, as long as you can deal with its wacky side.
Virtua Tennis 4 contains the main modes you would expect such as Exhibition and World Tour, but with a few twists. There is also the opportunity to partake in an Arcade mode where you play in various tournaments until you lose (or win them all). As the name implies, this very much mimics an arcade system style of play and on the harder difficulty settings it offers quite a challenge. The great thing about this mode is that it is a good introduction allowing you to play one of the pros featured in the game without having to deal with building a character up.
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