martes, 29 de septiembre de 2020

Virtua Tennis arcade review (fixed)

Virtua Tennis (fixed)

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Released: 1999

Genre: Sports

Format reviewed: Arcade

Publisher: Sega

Developer: Sega

Submitted by: German Gonzalez

It is a Pong with steroids, that is it, the beauty of simplicity with only two buttons and a good engine can make a game rock for years.

It has an easy learning curve; quickly, you become a good player, but it needs many hours to master it: incredible gfx, high playability, great to compete against another human player.

This version also has exclusively incorporated the best real tennis player of those years, Mark Philippoussis, while the other ports do not appear for copyright reasons; each one has different features which impact your gameplay if you desire to be the best player in the world, winning all the championships and even playing against the hidden best player -master-

Years after appeared home versions for Dreamcast and PC however, these are easier in many aspects, subtle change at first sight, but highly different after you master the game, such as the gravity of the ball, angle of shortcuts, and strength of winning in weaker players.

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update: necesito corregir...

lunes, 14 de septiembre de 2020

John McEnroe in the Realm of Perfection (2018)

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