Top Spin 2 Game Boy Advance

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  1. JasonH.
    May 25, 2006
    6
    Overall, it's an okay game. I bought it because I'm such a big fan of tennis. Players and the courts are realistic but their shots are pretty fast and pretty hard to control their shots. If one-handed player like Federer & Mauresmo, he should only use a one-handed backhand not two back-handed and a two back-handed players such as Coria & Myskina they should only have two-handed Overall, it's an okay game. I bought it because I'm such a big fan of tennis. Players and the courts are realistic but their shots are pretty fast and pretty hard to control their shots. If one-handed player like Federer & Mauresmo, he should only use a one-handed backhand not two back-handed and a two back-handed players such as Coria & Myskina they should only have two-handed backhand not one. There are still some improvements to be done. Expand
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  1. Top Spin 2 offers an authentic and deep portrayal of tennis, along with a decent selection of player modes and real-life players.
  2. 60
    Not really. If arcade tennis is your cup-o-tea, "Mario Tennis" has got you covered. If simulation gameplay is what you're after, "Virtua Tennis" is a far better choice, even if it is a few years old by now.
  3. You wouldn't believe hitting a ball could be so annoying. Go out and get "Mario Tennis" instead. [May 2006, p.40]