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Platform: Sega Dreamcast
Genre: Sports
Ship Date: Summer 2000

Description:
"Virtua Tennis" serves up some great action on Sega Dreamcast! As the only tennis game coming to platform this year, the smash arcade hit "Virtua Tennis" delivers rich 3D graphics and great gameplay. Crisp animations and realistic sound only add to the package, where everyone from the arbitrator to the spectators reacts to the points. Play on life-like recreated courts with surfaces such as clay or grass and adjust your game as the ball and the players respond differently. Control one of eight of the top ranked male tennis players in the world, including Kafelnikov and Pioline. So perfect your game, triumph in the world tournaments, and propel yourself to the coveted #1 ranking in the world!

Key Features:

  • A smash arcade hit!
  • First head-to-head tennis game to come to Dreamcast
  • Realistic graphics with simple controls
  • 8 internationally ranked men's tennis players
  • Choose from one of ten different stadiums
  • Play on various surfaces, each with a different feel
  • Deep strategies: Read your rival's game plan and adjust your tactics
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