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Virtua Tennis 4 (PS Vita)

by SEGA
Platform : PlayStation Vita
85 customer reviews

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Game Information

  • Platform: PlayStation Vita
  • PEGI Rating: Ages 3 and Over
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

Product details

Platform: PlayStation Vita
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  • ASIN: B00690M0FI
  • Release Date: 22 Feb. 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (85 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 4,417 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

Product Description

Platform: PlayStation Vita

Product Description

Virtua Tennis 4: World Tour Edition provides a full console experience at the palm of your hand. With brand new features unique to PlayStation Vita combined with the hi-res graphics and immersive gameplay of the Virtua Tennis series.

Manufacturer's Description

THERE’S A NEW WAY TO PLAY TENNIS

Virtua Tennis 4: World Tour Edition provides a full console experience at the palm of your hand. With brand new features unique to PlayStation Vita combined with the hi-res graphics and immersive gameplay of the Virtua Tennis series.

Features:

  • THE WORLD’S BEST PLAYERS: Take control of the top players in the world; with 22 of world’s greatest players competing in 33 stunning stadiums.
  • 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: Two player touch screen matches on one PS Vita with a simple top down view.
  • NEW DYNAMIC ONLINE MODE: A new dynamic and social World Tour Map & Online Mode allowing players to share stats, chat and play online matches.
  • PS VITA CAMERA: Upload your face into the game using the PS Vita Camera, or put players into any photo you take using the camera.

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on 25 Feb. 2012
Platform for Display: PlayStation Vita
I'm not a big tennis fan in terms of the sport itself but this game is a must buy, the graphics are awesome and definitely match up to the PS3. There is so much game-play and it never gets boring. You have a world tour mode, arcade mode, exhibition and loads of fun mini games which will give you hours and hours of game-play, you will not be disappointed. Plus for all you trophy hunters there are over 40 trophies to achieve most of them quite easy.
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17 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Joel Corbett on 26 Feb. 2012
Platform for Display: PlayStation Vita
First things first, this is an arcade game. There's no ifs, ands or buts about it - Virtua Tennis 4: World Tour Edition is a game that is intended to be picked up and played with immediate accessibility, and given the fact that it's a portable title, it's all the better for it.

Visually, VT4: WTE is a stunner. Despite the fact that it's running on a handheld system, it looks absolutely gorgeous from start to finish. The character models are flawlessly rendered, and player animations are up there with anything we've ever seen on a home console. Colours are bright and vibrant, making excellent use of the Vita's OLED screen and, perhaps most importantly of all, the game runs without dropping so much as a frame during play.

In terms of what's offered from the game's play modes, there's certainly enough here to keep players of all interest levels happy. If you're planning on really getting stuck in, then the World Tour mode is the one for you. Here you'll be able to create your own player based on a pre-existing character model, with the option of taking a photograph of yourself and placing it onto your character, creating the novel experience of genuinely being part of the game.

Over the Tour's five seasons (four regular seasons and one break season where you'll have the chance to take part in a future stars tournament), you'll need to perform as best you can if you're going to end up as highly respected as the big name players like Roger Federer, Raphael Nadal and Novak Djokovic. The overall tone of the game is certainly light-hearted, with optional fancy dress matches cropping up every so often, for example, which encourage you to get a little bit crazy with your outfit.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By SwordSwingin on 6 May 2013
Platform for Display: PlayStation Vita Verified Purchase
A game like Tennis only really caters to a niche group of people, granted it is more arcade style which makes it more accessible. I won't lie I've only had it for 2 days and played for just a few hours, however my initial "wow this is good!" impressions soon turned to yawns and frustration. The frustration comes from the difficulty, EASY is too easy, up it to normal and most games are pretty easy still but some are ridiculously hard, and it seems to be that your opponent always moves where you are going to hit it before you actually hit it. This I do not think is through learning my play style or anything its simply that the AI is being given input from where I'm aiming. The difficulty spikes too much. I ran through the Arcade mode without getting beat then it took me 6 tried to beat my last opponent and I gave up on the exhibition match at the end because it was making me want to smash my Vita. I'm no pro tennis player but I used to be damn good at Virtua Tennis on the Dreamcast.

Another gripe of mine is the back of the case says "New Vintage Tennis Mode" BUT little bit of advice SEGA DON'T MARKET MODES ON THE GAME CASE THAT YOU HAVE TO UNLOCK IN THE GAME! Whats worse is you are not given any explanation of HOW TO UNLOCK IT! What are we supposed to do? play every single portion of the game for hours in the hope that we will randomly unlock it?? I still don't know how to unlock it and can't find out from Google.

It isn't a bad game but it has problems.. For under £10 its worth it, but if I paid full price I wouldn't be happy at all.

The main positive thing to say is that it can be fun for a time.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By CraigBill289 on 22 Feb. 2012
Platform for Display: PlayStation Vita
I just received my PS Vita and Virtua Tennis 4 in the post this morning and thought I should give a review of this game in case people are thinking of buying it. The graphics are absolutely stunning, I'd go as far to say possibly some of the best I have ever seen in a sports game, not only on a handheld (definitely the best) but also on the home consoles. The gameplay is great, too. Being an old-school gamer I haven't really used the support of the touchscreens for the game as of yet, though I'm sure I will at some point. The world tour mode is a nice take on the career aspect, slightly different from what I remember in previous iterations. The trophies (which I love competing for) are interesting and challenging and add an a bit of longevity to the game. The online mode is also good, although as I haven't had much experience in this so far, that is all I can say. In my opinion, if you're looking for a great game that you will be picking up again and again, give Virtua Tennis 4 a shot.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By How 1975 on 24 Feb. 2012
Platform for Display: PlayStation Vita
I got this after trying it our for about 60 seconds in-store. The graphics a very impressive, mainly during actual gameplay rather than the close ups on the faces of the players. It's the player movements that make it really quite realistic and the controls are well designed.
Loving it.
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