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Virtua Tennis: World Tour , the sequel to the arcade and console hit - Virtua Tennis , features three new core gameplay modes: World Tour, where players travel the globe using a custom-created character to win cash; Exhibition, where players can take control of a pro tennis all-star for one-off matches; and Tournament, which puts players in knockout sessions where only the best will see victory. This fast-paced game also features a playable array of internationally renowned tennis pros, plus a make-your-own player mode. Wi-Fi gameplay encourages up to four friends to hit the court together.

Features:

  • Play as an internationally-ranked tennis pro. Either challenge your favorite tennis all-stars or play as them.
  • Four unique court surfaces. Play around the world on hard court, clay, grass, and carpet.
  • Multiplayer Wi-Fi function. Up to four PSP system owners can compete.
  • Three different play modes: World Tour, Exhibition, and Tournament.
  • Create your own player. Customize your character with the virtual cash you win in tournaments.
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