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Everybody's Tennis (PS2)
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Grab your racquet and enter the eccentric world of Everybody's Tennis - where quirky characters pull off the most outrageous shots and fun is turned up to the max.
In colourful and exotic settings, get ready to take on an entire roster of larger-than-life opponents - each with their own individual dress-sense and playing style. As you progress from a humble Beginner to a showboating Superstar, you'll pick up essential tennis techniques to help unlock new characters, costumes, umpires and courts.
the real fun beings when you choose to play "Tennis with Everybody." Get three friends together for a blistering game of doubles and serve up some heart-stopping rallies!
- Training Mode: Fine-tune your serves, lobs, volleys and smashes. Practice makes perfect!
- Challenge Mode: Win matches against your rivals to obtain special items and increase your ranking.
- Tennis Tiers: Defeat four opponents on a higher tier and you'll rise to the same level. You'll reach the hidden tier of "Tennis Superstar" by scoring more than 80 victory points against all characters in Star Rank singles matches!
- Tennis with Everybody: Enjoy a frenzied game of group tennis with up to four players. Choose your costume and court, then try to outwit your friends with sizzling shots and high-speed aces.
Top Customer Reviews
So what does it have?
Well, the graphics are quite cartoony. Basic but functional. The courts themselves appear from various locations - not all of them suitable for tennis! Some of them include Wimbledon, dirt courts, clay courts, public courts and bizarrely, a school hall and the wild west! The characters all have different strengths and weakness too. So chossing the right character to play with against an opponent is quite important - particularly later on in the game when things get tougher. Some of them have great stamina, some have superb serves, others are either net court players, or bass line players.
In terms of difficulty, this is not too tough. It will not challenge hardened gamers one little bit, but what people should bear in mind is that this is not what Everybody's Tennis is about. It is meant to be for EVERYONE. The learning curve is good and you get some early rewards for beating a couple of players, and then it starts to get harder and harder. The final players that you compete against are really tough to beat, and all the skill in the world might not help you overcome them - a pinch of luck will help you though!
One feature i did like was the timing function. The better you time your shots, the more chance you get of producing an out and out winning shot.
The sound is good too. There are some good crowd and umpiring noises. It is pretty standard, but well done.
There is a feature to play against a friend, or a nice co-op mode where you can play on the same doubles team. I found this to be very good, and enjoyed playing with my girlfriend against a computer team.Read more ›
now im going of to play some more everbody's tennis so good bye! :)
The characters are cutesy, but the gameplay is intuitive enough to be picked up quickly, and then flexible enough to create an addictive gameplay. It is just plain fun.
I do have a couple of gripes: the first set of rounds are really rather too easy, so it takes a fair ammount of time before you are being really challenged. The second is that the simplicity of the controls becomes a limiting after a few hours of playing; as you get better you want mare flexibility and subtlety in your play; which is not there.
So great fun, and challending enough. Worth a look, if you don't mind the cuteness.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Just dug this out as I was off work sick- forgot just how good a game it is!
Gameplay, for those of you who played Anna Kournikovas Smash Court Tennis on ps1 of a similar... Read more
This is a companion title to the Everybody's Golf series. A cute family orientated tennis game. Simple and great fun. Read morePublished on 16 Oct. 2009 by Duncan McDonald