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Rockstar Games Presents Table Tennis Videos and Trailers - Wii

Game Description:When Rockstar sets its sights on the sport of table tennis, we're not talking about knocking a ball back and forth with some dudes in your basement. We're talking about the intense, smash-filled, blink-and-you'll-miss-it world of top-flight international table tennis. You know, the matches where the players stand way behind the table firing rockets at impossible angles. Authentic physics bring the game to life with incredible speed and fluid control. Choose from 11 players, each with unique skills, and compete in 19 different environments. Take complete control of the game with the motion-sensitive Wii Remote. Refer to it as Ping Pong at your own risk.
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