I found it quite fun when I was about ten. I would recommend this game for Sega fans and younger audiences (around the ages of 7 to 14). I still like it today, I just don’t play it anymore. It’s worth playing, and it is quite challenging! This game is an underrated gem that shouldn’t have such a low score!
SEGA fans, run don't walk to the shops, but be prepared to give Superstars a few hours before the gameplay starts hugging you as hard as the graphics and sound. Everyone else, dust off Virtua Tennis 3 for a more complete alternative.
Now I'm not a sports game fan and Tennis is no exception. But this game has some fun moments. If I was going to play a Tennis game, I would rather play one with characters I like, so that's pretty much the main reason why I have played this game. I do wish all the characters were unlocked from the start (or at least all the Sonic characters), but it's still fun.
"Sega Superstars Tennis" was a good game, although I do not know anything about Sega games, or their characters, only knowing Sonic, I liked the game a lot, but it was too simple and may not enchant many, but in truth I enjoyed playing it.
SummarySixteen 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 histor...