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Far from the best game in the Move armoury,
This review is from: Grand Slam Tennis 2 - Move Compatible (PS3) (Video Game)
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The Move sensitivity of this game is somewhat suspect: the sensor doesn't recognise backhands from forehands, or topspin shots from chops. Essentially, the game does what it wants as long as the punter swings the Move controller in some semblance of coherence. It does keep my little son occupied as he fancies himself Nadal one day and Federer the next. Speaking of which characters, there's little difference to their techniques as programmed - I think someone else has pointed out that Nadal in reality is a baseline player, whereas in the game he rushes the net every chance he gets. Serious gamers would likely run a mile from this pointless addition to the (rather lacklustre) Move arsenal of games.