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Tennis 2K2

Tennis 2K2 (DC) game cover art
Platform: Dreamcast
Genre: Sports (Tennis)
Developer: Hitmaker
AKA: Virtua Tennis 2 (EU), Power Smash 2 (JP)

Staff Reviews

Tennis 2K2 review

Review date unknown

Zack M says: "The key is to find out when to use each of these techniques, as a successful strategy will wipe out your opponents easily. If the ball is volleyed high enough, your player (or the computer--yikes!) will automatically jump up (when you press a button, obviously), and spike it. This adds another level of strategy, forcing you to control your volleys so they stay low, and don't sail up high leading to your ultimate doom."
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Reader Reviews

Tennis 2K2 review

Reviewed January 28, 2004

shady says: "I'm not a big fan of tennis, so I wasn't expecting much from Tennis 2K2. I didn't think that repeatedly hitting a ball over the net would be too fun. "
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