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Top Spin 2

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Platform: Xbox 360
Tags: Sports
Developer: 2K Games

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04/03/2006

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Top Spin 2 review (PC)

Reviewed April 21, 2007

Greg Knoll says: "With that said, Top Spin 2 is still the most intricate, most amazing tennis game I have ever played. I built rivalries, I toppled pros. I found myself hunched over my desk, completely oblivious to the outside world, utterly enthralled. Every win I fought for, every shot I calculated."
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