Top Spin is, quite simply, the most well-rounded, feature-rich game of tennis to be found anywhere, on any system.
Rockstar Games presents Table Tennis
Table Tennis gets a next gen look on the Xbox 360, courtesy of Rockstar Games.
Virtua Tennis 3
Virtua Tennis returns for a third iteration, featuring improved AI, higher detail for the characters, and various modes such as career, minigames, and more.
Game, Net & Match!
The single-player game offers enough to please just about any tennis fan.
Tennis fans should be in heaven after playing Virtua Tennis.
Top Spin 2
Top Spin returns for another round of simulation tennis on the Xbox 360. In Top Spin 2, you can play as a variety of real tennis champions, including Maria Sharapova, ...
Tennis Masters Series 2003
Tennis Masters Series 2003 is a pretty lightweight tennis simulation, though it's clearly on the right track.
US Open 2002
This game lets players assume the role of a professional tennis player in a number of tournaments.
Smash Court Tennis 3
Smash Court Tennis 3 continues the Namco Bandai tennis franchise for 2007.
Sega Superstars Tennis
Sonic, Amigo, Ulala and other Sega mascots hit the courts for singles and doubles action.
Grand Slam Tennis 2
EA Sports' tennis sim makes its high-definition debut with a roster of 25 players and all four Grand Slam Championships next year.
Tennis Titans features 2 tennis modes, 7 playable characters and 4 different courts to choose from.
Virtua Tennis 2009
Virtua Tennis 2009 will again allow you to take on the likes of Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer to recreate some classic court battles.
Tennis Masters Series
Tennis Masters Series falls short because of its sluggish controls, paper-thin career mode, fictitious players, and mediocre court graphics.
Virtua Tennis 4
Virtua Tennis 4 implements Microsoft's Kinect motion sensor for an active tennis experience.
Mario Tennis Open
Mario Tennis Open allows players to instantly jump into the multiplayer fun, locally or online, as theirr Mii or their favorite Mushroom Kingdom character.
Agassi Tennis Generation
Its short list of options, buggy gameplay, and generally tepid presentation prevent it from being anywhere near as enjoyable as the game it's trying to emulate.
If you're absolutely dying to play tennis on your PC, Extreme Tennis might satisfy for a while - but your desperation won't change the fact that it's simply not a ...
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