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  • Summary: AO Tennis 2 is the only tennis experience designed for and by its community. Create your own players, stadiums and legendary matches. Enter the competition to reach the top of world tennis in Career Mode.
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  1. Positive: 2 out of 14
  2. Negative: 0 out of 14
  1. Jan 9, 2020
    An imperfect and crude, but still surprising title.
  2. Jan 9, 2020
    AO Tennis 2 is a good sports videogame that, despite a low budget, is really fun to play and includes a few, interesting features never seen before.
  3. 71
    Tennis feeling, the physical feedback of the shots, the animations, everything is in place but the responsiveness that allows to move with more agility on the field is still missing. AO Tennis 2 remains a little rough, but its talent is crystal clear.
  4. Jan 9, 2020
    AO Tennis 2 is a winner, raising the baseline for all tennis titles on PS4. There are still minor quirks to its gameplay, but it’s well-presented and fun, making its enriched Career mode dangerously addictive. Flourishes such as a basic morality system add identity to the package, while a strong focus on user generated content lessens the impact on missing licenses. While the game doesn’t have the budget to go toe-to-toe with the top sports title FIFA 20 and NBA 2K20, this is an overall polished package that comes recommended to tennis fans – and we’ve been waiting a while to write that sentence.
  5. Jan 9, 2020
    As expected from Big Ant, AO Tennis 2 looks more like a big update of the previous version than a brand new episode, and once again largely relies on the community to complete the content. While still lacking some tennis expertise, the australian studio managed to optimize the gameplay, that finally shows its potential full of delicacy - in every sense of the word. The main additions focused on immersion emphasize this laudable quest for authenticity, although their rather limited impacts tend to exhibit the superficial side of this production, yet unfinished, but built on solid bases.
  6. Jan 16, 2020
    Gameplay is good and technical and sometimes can recreate the thrill of the sport, but it is not easy to pick and play and AI can be really cheap. Content is rich and varied, but the game is missing stars like the Swiss maestro.
  7. Jan 9, 2020
    While the presentation of the Australian Open is quite entertaining, the overall experience with its limited freedom of movement and strong focus on automatisms is mediocre at best.

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