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Game Description: Take your tennis game portable with Hot Shots Tennis for the PSP.
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  • Review: Hot Shots Tennis: Get a Grip "Fun, But Starts Off Shaky"

    Is it fair to console moping Roger Federer fans with a cute cartoon player? I'm not sure, but Sony's got its handheld title timed up with one of the world's biggest tournaments. Hot Shots Tennis: Get a Grip brings all of the fun of the 2007 PS2 game to the palm of your hand. That includes the character customization and cutesy presentation that...

    Posted July 1, 2010

    Review: Hot Shots Tennis: Get a Grip "Fun, But Starts Off Shaky"
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    Posted: June 16, 2010

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