Games Review: EA Sports Grand
Wii, EA Sports,
Friday 12 June 2009
Available with the MotionPlus (£49.99) or without (£39.99), the action in Grand Slam Tennis is designed to showcase the controller’s capabilities. So instead of flailing your arms and hoping for the best, à la Wii Sports, you need skill in order to stay on the centre court. This means using exactly the right amount of force, as well as spin and slice, to win your matches. Featuring a whole hall of fame’s-worth of players past and present, EA Sports Grand Slam Tennis mixes the fun factor of the Wii with a more serious approach which tennis fans will enjoy.
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