New Tennis game coming to Wii?

#4
I expect a game just like Wii Tennis but that allows you to control the character's position with the analog stick to be available very soon. I also expect this game to be awesome
 
#6
Gottlieb Pinball Classics (System 3)
Impossible Mission (System 3) (VC)
Leaderboard Golf (System 3)
Puzzle Balls (System 3)
Super Fruit Fall (System 3)
Tennis Masters (System 3)

The new Phoenix?
 
#8
medrew said:
Gottlieb Pinball Classics (System 3)
Impossible Mission (System 3) (VC)
Leaderboard Golf (System 3)
Puzzle Balls (System 3)
Super Fruit Fall (System 3)
Tennis Masters (System 3)

The new Phoenix?
Have we actually seen shots of any of these games? I wonder if they're proper sequels or what...

Last Ninja was amazing!
 
#9
AniHawk said:
well, except for Virtua Tennis 3 that is.
I'm still confused about this one. Why didn't SEGA realise how well that game would see on Wii?

Instead of just being a solid game on PS3/360 that gets decent sales, it would be a huge game for Wii all because of the motion sensing. People who own a Wii would be seriously interested in it.

I'm still flabbergasted.
 
#10
medrew said:
Gottlieb Pinball Classics (System 3)
Impossible Mission (System 3) (VC)
Leaderboard Golf (System 3)
Puzzle Balls (System 3)
Super Fruit Fall (System 3)
Tennis Masters (System 3)

The new Phoenix?
I said wow.

3rd party support it good, but it seems to me like a bunch of budget titles. Let's hope they're quality budget titles then.
 
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Alkaliine said:
I'm still confused about this one. Why didn't SEGA realise how well that game would see on Wii?

Instead of just being a solid game on PS3/360 that gets decent sales, it would be a huge game for Wii all because of the motion sensing. People who own a Wii would be seriously interested in it.

I'm still flabbergasted.
It's Sega.
 
#13
Alkaliine said:
I'm still confused about this one. Why didn't SEGA realise how well that game would see on Wii?

Instead of just being a solid game on PS3/360 that gets decent sales, it would be a huge game for Wii all because of the motion sensing. People who own a Wii would be seriously interested in it.

I'm still flabbergasted.
You should've stopped typing after you got to "SEGA". It's SEGA. The company that repeatedly runs head-first into the same brick wall.
 
#16
DefectiveReject said:
I think its cool. One of the things that Ps2 did well was have games of every type and genre good and bad.
So if Wii can do that. That's good
Agreed. :) Wii looks to be getting the quirky PS2 type budget software in Europe and some of those games are actually pretty good. Most people haven't heard of this PS2 budget game I came across, but it's one of my favourites:

 
#19
Infernal Monkey said:
Yep. Never heard of 'Puzzle Balls', but the others were all PAL PS2 budget games quite a while ago. Like, REAL budget titles..

Hey, Fruitfall is a great little game. Admittedly the gfx aren't up to much, but it's fun.
 
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Rocked said:
Agreed. :) Wii looks to be getting the quirky PS2 type budget software in Europe and some of those games are actually pretty good. Most people haven't heard of this PS2 budget game I came across, but it's one of my favourites:

What's it about? Do you have any in game pics?
 
#24
Alkaliine said:
I'm still confused about this one. Why didn't SEGA realise how well that game would see on Wii?

Instead of just being a solid game on PS3/360 that gets decent sales, it would be a huge game for Wii all because of the motion sensing. People who own a Wii would be seriously interested in it.

I'm still flabbergasted.
 
#25
PkunkFury said:
I expect a game just like Wii Tennis but that allows you to control the character's position with the analog stick to be available very soon. I also expect this game to be awesome

I desperately want a game like this. I love tennis games, and whilst wii tennis will be a nice distraction, its all going to be at a game where you can control the character and swing the raquet. Either Virtua Tennis or Top Spin plz! Online as well, I'd never leave my room.