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on 30 March 2010
I love gaming and assume that most of the games I try had a reason for investment and development, for this reason I would never normally stop playing anything after five minutes. With sega superstar tennis It was abvious within one match that it should never have been given anybodies un'undivided attention or time of day.
I bought this game because I fancied something quirky that wasn't all about realistic physics engines that I could play with some friends. Something with the endless playabillity of classics like mariocart. Maybe a little humor and some cool little power up elements. Reading the articles other blind, deaf and numb reviewers had posted made me think this wouldn't be the stupendous waste of money, and however many game developers lives, that it was!
everything! the sound is like it popped out of a 1990's snes classic and spent five minutes in revamp, but doesn't fit the game, This is probably because the gameplay feels like it had about five minutes of developers time, those developers having been recovering sex addicts slightly distracted for those five minutes by the sudden access they had to unlimited free porn. The thing about classic games was that the playing had to be good to make up for the fact that the graphics practically resembled lego (The graphics in this incidentally look like they were made of lego origionally until someone planed the edges out in photoshop and slapped them all over an hd screen) The music will drive you mad after 30 seconds to the point that if you make it through a whole match without pressing mute you either have very effective ear defenders or a serious head injury about the spot where you tried to gauge your ear drum out with a spoon. The characters have no character. Apparently they are all unique because when you press a special button they all do different things which is one mildly interesting idea that loses it's novelty after five minutes because each one of them can only do one only slightly interesting special thing.... I'm bored and can't be bothered to say any more about the bad stuff because there is still alot, like the blocky menus and uninviting extras and..... ah whatever!
bite me sega! don't sell us this pants!
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