Tag: Virtua Tennis 4
First Impressions Virtua Tennis 4 on PlayStation Vita
Regular readers will not need reminding of our unreasonable attachment to tennis games
Nor will they be surprised to learn that Virtua Tennis 4 is one of our most anticipated launch titles for the PlayStation Vita. Those of you that played the arcade tennis sim on the PS3 earlier in the year will be immediately familiar with its PlayStation Vita...
GamesCom 2011 SEGA Demonstrates Virtua Tennis 4's Unique Features On PlayStation Vita
Virtua Tennis 4 on the PlayStation Vita might be primarily a port of the PlayStation 3 title that launched earlier in the year, but it's still packing enough additional features to make tennis fanatics like ourselves double-dip
The big headline comes in the form of touch controls, allowing you to swipe across the touch-screen to play shots as...
Report SEGA Preparing Two Titles For PlayStation Vita's Launch, A Further Three Titles In Development
SEGA West's gaffer Mike Hayes has told VG247 that his company is preparing two titles for PlayStation Vita's launch
The publisher announced Virtua Tennis 4 at E3 earlier in the year, but still has another top-secret title up its sleeve. On Vita, we can came out pretty early on and said we were going to give support to the hardware, Hayes told...
News SEGA Loves The PlayStation Vita
We know SEGA's got two projects in-development for the PlayStation Vita: Virtua Tennis 4 and another top-secret title
What we didn't know is just how much the company loves Sony's new portable. Its interesting on Vita technically its brilliant, its beautiful, and its really great to play, SEGA's gaffer Mike Hayes told IndustryGamers...
News SEGA Posts Loss As Sales Fall
SEGA's sales have dropped across the board, leaving the company firmly in the red to the tune of about £17
6 million (2.224 billion yen) for the months April, May and June. SEGA made 28.5 percent less than the same period last year, and costs rose due to the impact of the Japan earthquake — which particularly impacted the operating costs of its...
News UK Sales Charts: Keep On Dancing
Zumba Fitness is still top of the UK sales charts this week, beating out Codemasters' DiRT 3 and Activision's Transformers: Dark Of The Moon to take the top spot again. The top ten was familiar territory this month, with Top Spin 4 and Virtua Tennis 4 both taking up slots in the aftermath of Wimbledon, and favourites such as L.A. Noire, Brink...
News UK Sales Charts: Britain's Still Trying To Shed Its Bingo Wings
Zumba Fitness is top of the UK sales charts again
Sigh. It's the game's third consecutive week in premium position, proving, if nothing else, that overweight middle-aged women now enjoy video games as much as spotty teenagers. The chart was backed up by usual suspects of LEGO: Pirates Of The Caribbean and L.A. Noire, with F.E.A.R. 3 taking the...
News American PlayStation Store Updates: 21st June 2011
Updates Bionic Commando Rearmed 2 Sale (PS3) (now $9
99, original price $14.99) Bionic Commando: Rearmed Sale (PS3) (now $4.99, original price $9.99)</ul>Games Alien Zombie Mega Death ($7.99) Demos Virtua Tennis 4 PS3 Move/3D Demo Add-ons ModNation Racers Moon Colony Props Pack ($4.99) Killzone 3 From The Ashes Pack...
E3 2011 As If We Couldn't Be More Sold, Virtua Tennis 4 Is Coming To PlayStation Vita
Regular readers will know about our obsession with tennis games
Naturally we're going somewhat gaga over the announcement of Virtua Tennis 4 for the PlayStation Vita. Let's not forget how good Virtua Tennis: World Tour was when it launched alongside the original PlayStation Portable. To this day it's one of the best games available for the platform...
News UK Sales Charts: Portal 2 Maintains Top Spot, Virtua Tennis Out Of Sight
We're blaming you for the lack of good motion controlled tennis games
Sort of. Granted Virtua Tennis 4 doesn't do a particularly wonderful job with its PlayStation Move support, but if no one is buying big brand tennis games with standard controller support, who's going to plump up the development costs for a Move exclusive? Virtua Tennis 4 managed...
News European PlayStation Store Updates: 20th April 2011
Playable Content The Fancy Pants Adventures (£7
99/9.99) Battle: Los Angeles The Game (£7.99/9.99) ModNation Racers (£24.99/29.99) Red Johnson's Chronicles Episode 1 (£7.99/9.99) Sonic the Hedgehog 2 (£3.99/4.99) Virtua Tennis 4 World Tour Demo</ul>Add-On Game Content Ar Tonelico Qoga Harvestasha Alternative ...
First Impressions Virtua Tennis 4 on PlayStation 3
Stop worrying: Virtua Tennis 4 plays exactly how you'd expect it to with the PlayStation Move
While a little forgiving, SEGA's anticipated tennis sequel provides the intricate motion control many of us have been dreaming of since first experiencing Sports Champions' excellent table-tennis mode. The publisher really deserves kudos for unlocking the...
News Start Your Virtua Tennis 4 Career Early With Exclusive PlayStation 3 Demo
This time next week we'll be pulling a sickie
We don't even care if Sony announces the PlayStation 4, you won't find us in the PushSquare office. Why? Because SEGA's just confirmed that a PlayStation 3 exclusive Virtua Tennis 4 demo is on the way. And it's not a one-set taster either. The demo will allow you to get a taste of Virtua Tennis 4's...
News PS3 Nets Exclusive Virtua Tennis 4 Content, Scores Plastic Peripherals Edition
If you wanted to turn your PlayStation Move controller into a plastic representation of a tennis racket, then SEGA's got your back
Posting on the PlayStation Blog, veteran SEGA executive producer, Mie Kumagai, has revealed a bunch of exclusive features for the PlayStation 3 version of the upcoming Virtua Tennis 4. So ok, the tennis rackets look...
News Virtua Tennis 4 Smashes Onto PlayStation 3 On April 29th
We're probably the only video games blog consistently singing the praises of this year's suite of tennis titles, but someone's got to do it
With 2K's Top Spin 4 already confirmed for March, SEGA's followed up with an April 29th release date for Virtua Tennis 4 in Europe. North America will be made to wait until May 10th to get their tennis on...
News PlayStation Move "The Most Accurate" Motion Device For Virtua Tennis 4
In an interview with CVG, SEGA's Mie Kumagai has described the PlayStation Move "the most accurate" motion technology for Virtua Tennis 4
It's reassuring news, particularly after the announcement of Wii and Kinect versions of the game, as we'd worried SEGA might tone down the Move's motion tracking potential. Anyone that's played table-tennis in...
News Virtua Tennis 4 Reminds Us How Video Games Should Look
Perhaps it's our abnormal tennis game-hype that's causing us to flip-out over this shot of a Virtua Tennis 4 court, but we can't help it
ARGH, so amazing. The SEGA Sky is in place. All the screenshot is missing is the SEGA Rock. Do your best to imagine it though, it's not hard. It's like: power-chord - power-chord - riffy melody - chug - chug...
News Virtua Tennis 4 Reconfirmed For Spring Release, New Details Revealed
It's been a while since we got any information regarding Virtua Tennis 4, but in order to spoil 2K Sport's Top Spin announcements, SEGA's decided reveal all
On top of this evening's player roster trailer, SEGA's reconfirmed that Virtua Tennis 4 will release this Spring on PlayStation 3. All the PlayStation Move implementation touted last year is of...
News Tennis Titans Line Up In Super-Stylish Virtua Tennis 4 Trailer
It's been a while since we heard anything about Virtua Tennis 4, so it's pretty exciting to get a new trailer
Pretty convenient that it should drop on the same week 2K Sports detail Top Spin 4 too. Honestly, it matters squat to us. Traditionally Virtua Tennis and Top Spin have wildly different gameplay styles, so we'll be buying both to get our...
News SEGA Reveals 2011 Release Schedule, We Get Hyped For The Four-Play
There are two games in SEGA's 2011 release schedule that give us bigger boners than Kim Kardashian in a leather catsuit: Yakuza 4 and Virtua Tennis 4
That's some synergy right there; the two PlayStation 3 exclusive four-quels [does that work? - Ed] are due out at some point this year, with Yakuza 4 coming first in the Spring. SEGA's been pretty...
News Sony Puts Out A Huge List Of PlayStation Move Compatible Games, Sorcery & Virtua Tennis 4 Mysteriously Absent
Sony's countered the release of Microsoft's Kinect device with an extensive list of PlayStation Move compatible software
The list — which includes new, old, upcoming and patched titles — makes for enticing reading to anyone considering picking up the device, but there are a couple of notable absentees. In the category for upcoming PlayStation...
GamesCom 2010 Virtua Tennis 4 Looks A Bit Like This When Played With PlayStation Move
One of our favourite announcements from yesterday was the that Virtua Tennis 4 will be coming to the PlayStation 3 with full PlayStation Move integration
Despite being 3D, this video from GameTrailers gives a good idea of how the game will play out. It adopts a new camera system that switches into a first-person view-point when the ball comes...
GamesCom 2010 Virtua Tennis 4 Gets PlayStation Move, 3D Support
If there's one genre we love, it's the tennis game genre
Seriously, we just can't get enough of games involving racquets and balls. We know it sounds absurd (you probably like your shooting and killing), but ever since we first tried Virtua Tennis in an arcade we've been in love with the genre. So it's with massive announcement we can confirm that...