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  • Summary: Sixteen fan-favorite SEGA characters from Sonic to NiGHTS are serving up fun in SEGA Superstars Tennis. Multiple madcap mini-games keep the party rolling and up to four friends can challenge each other in tournaments, exhibitions and unlockable special events. With hilarious cameos and comical guest umpires from SEGA's rich gaming history, this fun-filled tennis party promises to be a smashing good time for the whole family. Zany SEGA Characters with Superstar Abilities - Each of the 16 characters has their own superstar alter-ego, which gives them the winning edge on the court. Ten Fantastical Themed Courts - Guest umpires will supervise the action on a wide variety of colorful courts, from Sonic's lush Green Hill Zone to Ulala's galactic Space Channel 5 world, just to name a couple. Four Action-Packed Tournaments - As you slice your way through the competitive tournaments, you will unlock loads of bonus content. Classic Soundtrack - Faithfully recreated in full Dolby Digital 5.1, treasured SEGA tunes will entertain SEGA fans new and old. [Sega] Expand
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  1. Positive: 6 out of 45
  2. Negative: 1 out of 45
  1. There's more than enough here to luv for Sega fans big and small. [Apr 2008, p.64]
  2. If you’re a fan of Sega though you’ll simply love what Sumo have done with Superstars and the online tennis matches will certainly keep you coming back for more once you have lapped up the Superstars mode.
  3. Sumo Digital managed to offer simple but well implemented gameplay. Some of the stages and mini-games are fun, even if it’s only for the nostalgic ride. But they don’t make up for the fact that we miss some more tennis matches. Anyway, if you ever dreamt of seeing the dwarf from Golden Axe in the same stage as Ulala and Amigo…you might as well give it a try. [Apr 2008]
  4. Sega Superstars Tennis is well-crafted, lovingly garish, and it plays a solid game. [Apr 2008, p.97]
  5. 69
    I guess at the end of the day, the new Beetle just served as a reminder of what a good car the Golf is. Content over style is the decider again for me.
  6. The game is even fun at first, until you hit the curse of repetitive gameplay and inconsistent AI, which is where it all falls apart.
  7. If the actual tennis wasn’t tedious and mundane, you wouldn’t have to ask whether Sega Superstars Tennis was just used to justify a reunion of Sega characters, or the other way around.

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  1. GioD
    Mar 19, 2008
    A very good "fan service" game. If your a Sega fan (which i'am) and are familiar with these characters and their respective games then you'll have a great time with it. For those who arent, you'll still have a fun time with this solid tennis game. There are 10 "Sega themed" courts to choose from, with 8 hidden characters and a ton of music tracks to unlock. The gameplay modes are singles, doubles, tournaments, superstar (which in this particular mode consists of a HUGE amount of different objectives that you have to accomplish which unlocks the hidden content of the game) and ofcourse, online. All in all, another nice addition to my 360 library. Expand
  2. RyanG
    May 11, 2008
    I bought this game for $20 thinking it would be a mediocre Mario Tennis knockoff. I had an extra 20 bucks, so why not? I have to say, I was pleasantly suprised. It is a fun game with a lot of minigames and pretty good gameplay. It does get repetitive at times but it is still entertaining and worth it if you find it for $20. Collapse