TV tennis games have certainly come a long way from Pong and the white rectangle rackets that moved up and down the screen to hit a blinky square of light. Enter Smash Court Tennis Pro Tournament 2.
This update of the Smash Court Tennis series really offers a nice
alternative to the frenetic gameplay of most of today s typical shooter
titles and features some great multiplayer action. Snap in a multitap, and with its simple controls, the four-player doubles option is an instant party favorite.
Long load times bog the action down a little, but overall the gameplay in Smash 2 is solid and gets the nod as best tennis sim on PS2.
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