If there was ever a game that was made for the Wii, it's Top Spin Tennis... and it's coming this spring, man.
The game makes use of both the Wii-mote and the nunchuk, with the 'mote representing the racket and the nunchuck controlling movement, adding some much-needed mobility to the template set down by Wii Sports' tennis. The Wii Remote also allows players to control the power and the quality of the shot and to serve in many different ways.
The gameplay in Top Spin Tennis will feature an array of modes including singles, doubles, mixed and non-mixed matches, exhibition, tournament and more, with four levels of difficulty and ten international venues. It will also feature more than a dozen licensed tennis stars as well as ten original characters. Up to four players can play Top Spin Tennis using as many as four sets of controllers. Also: There are a collection of party games included.
“We are excited to bring our popular Top Spin series to the Wii,” said Christoph Hartmann, President of 2K. “Given the Wii’s unique controllers and the fun family-oriented gameplay, Top Spin Tennis effectively bridges the gap between a sports and a party game.”