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.
Ever since its debut on the Sega Dreamcast, Virtua Tennis has managed to bring the simplicity of the sport effectively to the mainstream gaming audience. Whether you’re a hardened pro that knows their aces from their loves, or someone who just wants to swing a racket at a ball, there’s something for everyone to enjoy in these games. Last year brought a new high point for the series with Virtua Tennis 4, complete with new mini-games, a robust World Tour, and online play. Most of those features — along with a few new ones — have returned for Virtua Tennis’ debut on the PlayStation Vita. Like its console cousin, Virtua Tennis 4: World Tour comes jam-packed with a number of modes. The main one you’ll want to start off with... Read Review