Virtua Tennis 4 takes SEGA’s long-running ball-and-net franchise into the third-dimension and adds PlayStation Move support in order to create the most immersive tennis experience around. John Teti had a chance to try out the teched-out title at Tokyo Game Show 2010, but it wasn’t the 3D or motion controls that caught his eye:
Virtua Tennis 4 has its share of flashy, box-cover-friendly features. Its support for the PlayStation Move makes VT4 the series’ first foray into motion control, and it also has the bullet point du jour, 3-D graphics support. But it’s a less whiz-bang change—a new, dynamic camera angle—that makes all the difference in this sequel, which marks the return of Sega’s original Virtua Tennis team.
Check out our full Virtua Tennis 4 hands-on preview to find out more.