Davis Cup Tennis Game Boy Advance

  • Publisher: Ubisoft
  • Release Date: Oct 14, 2002

Mixed or average reviews - based on 9 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 2 out of 9
  2. Negative: 2 out of 9
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  1. 80
    Fun, but it lacks the depth and originality of "Virtua Tennis" and "Mario Tennis."
  2. With the headphones, it was an enveloping experience with plenty of challenge, and good replay value.
  3. It’s simple enough to come back to and won’t boggle you down with controls, but at the same time if you play long enough you’ll become bored.
  4. For most players, THQ's Virtua Tennis is simply a better option. It has more variety in the way of techniques and options, and you don't have to wait 20 minutes or so to save your game.
  5. Nintendo Power
    As you win matches in the four-round knockout tournament, you'll earn stats to make your team better. [Feb 2003, p.160]
  6. The game's players look great but don't play great. The lack of follow through in so many departments should urge buyers to look elsewhere for a game of tennis.
  7. 50
    Games like "Mario Tennis" and "Virtua Tennis" have risen the expectations of what should be included in a video tennis title, and the developers of Davis Cup Tennis didn't seem to do anything to keep up with the rest.
  8. The game does offer a 4-way link for both singles and doubles matches, though finding four people with a copy of Davis Cup Tennis is likely to be the biggest challenge.
  9. Lacking in almost every way possible. Most of the fault, however, lies with the game's sloppy controls, which should be its most polished area.

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