Smash Court Tennis 3 Xbox 360

  • Publisher: Atari
  • Release Date: Aug 19, 2008
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  3. Negative: 1 out of 3
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  1. STaylor
    Mar 17, 2009
    8
    It is with great difficulty, that with a mere few hours a critic is expected to evaluate a game to which they hardly know. Smash Court Tennis 3 is a game which on reflection a lot of reviewers will wish they had not been so hasty to critique. It is a game which is most difficult from the outset to acquaint oneself with, if a gamer is persistent however the gameplay is most fulfilling. IF It is with great difficulty, that with a mere few hours a critic is expected to evaluate a game to which they hardly know. Smash Court Tennis 3 is a game which on reflection a lot of reviewers will wish they had not been so hasty to critique. It is a game which is most difficult from the outset to acquaint oneself with, if a gamer is persistent however the gameplay is most fulfilling. IF the ideal tennis simulation is a game finely balanced between technique, tactics and gameplay, between reality and control then Smash Court Tennis 3 is a game which should have been given a much higher rating than its competitors. Expand
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Mixed or average reviews - based on 32 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 2 out of 32
  2. Negative: 5 out of 32
  1. Games Master UK
    70
    The tragedy is that an earlier relesae date would have seen this be a real smash hit. [Aug 2008, p.80]
  2. The well put together RPG elements in the career mode cannot save the outdated and stiff looking Smash Court Tennis 3.
  3. Official Xbox Magazine UK
    60
    The tennis is good when your'e in a match. You feel like you're really in control of the game thanks to the array of shots at your disposal, but the pace of it and the euthanasia-like tedium of the Pro Tour will put most players off after half an hour. [Aug 2008, p.84]