We're now a matter of weeks from Grand Slam Tennis 2 and its promising PlayStation Move features, but what exactly is EA's "Total Racquet Control" system?
The publisher has released the video below to explain its new control method in more detail, though it's actually for traditional controllers rather than Move; here's hoping we get the same level of detail with motion control as with dual thumbsticks.
Ignore the 360 pad: the system works the same on PS3.
The demo has just been released! Still undecided about the accuracy of the move controls.It could just be me that sucks. Need more time to play with it.
I'm not sure either. I was able to waggle and return shots, and return backhands in the forehand position and vice versa. I don't think they implemented it 1:1 like they attempted to do on the Wii. The Wii version is actually really fun once you learn it.
Well going to put this one in the queue rather than buy it. I was hoping they had implemented an HD version of the Wii game with 1:1 Move controls but those hopes are fading. I couldn't tell how much control I was exerting in the practice area with the ball machine either.
definitely reserving judgement tho until more time spent and see what others are experiencing.
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