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  • Publisher: 2K Sports
  • Genre:Sports
  • Developer: 2K Sports
  • Release Date:Mar 15, 2011
  • # of Players:1 player, 4 online
  • ESRB:E - Everyone (Everyone)
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Game Description: Top Spin 4 brings the competitive action of tennis to life like never before with redesigned controls, jaw-dropping player models and Signature Style animations, enhanced TV-style presentation elements, and one of the deepest player rosters to date featuring tennis’ top athletes and legendary pros.
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  • Take-Two Lays Out 2011-2012 Release Lineup For Major Titles

    As part of its latest financial report, Take-Two Interactive laid out its projected 2011 and 2012 release schedule for a number of the publisher’s most high profile titles including L.A. Noire, BioShock Infinite, Duke Nukem Forever, and XCOM. Read More?

    Posted December 17, 2010

    Take-Two Lays Out 2011-2012 Release Lineup For Major Titles
  • Top Spin 4 "All-Around Playstyle" Trailer

    Posted: June 2, 2011

    1,246 Views | 01:29

  • Top Spin 4 "Serve and Volley" PlayStyles Trailer

    Posted: May 10, 2011

    1,673 Views | 01:29

  • Top Spin 4 "How to use Controls" Video

    Posted: March 10, 2011

    4,024 Views | 03:03

  • Top Spin 4 Hands-On Preview

    Posted: March 8, 2011

    2,970 Views | 02:35

  • Top Spin 4 "World Tour Mode" Video

    Posted: March 3, 2011

    1,223 Views | 01:13


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