Top Spin 4 Previews - Wii

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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Top Spin 4 Previews

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    Top Spin 4 Hands-On Preview


    Top Spin 4 will add more players, courts, and modes than ever before. Here Adam Sessler gets the scoop from Assoc. Producer Michael Kelly on the improved controls, press and hold, and playing as a tennis star or creating your own unique player.

    Posted: Mar 8, 2011 | 2,970 Views | 02:35

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    Top Spin 4 Hands-On Preview

    We laced up our virtual raquets and brightest white tennis shoes for our latest hands-on preview of Top Spin 4.

    Posted: Feb 22, 2011

  • Top Spin 4 "Serve and Volley" PlayStyles Trailer

    Posted: May 10, 2011

    1,673 Views | 01:29

  • 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

  • Top Spin 4 "My Player Mode" Dev Diary Trailer

    Posted: February 23, 2011

    1,009 Views | 02:04

  • Top Spin 4 "Legends" Trailer

    Posted: February 3, 2011

    1,064 Views | 01:29


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