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Grand Slam Tennis (Wii)

Grand Slam Tennis (Wii)
alaScore 91

177 reviews

Aug, 2017

alaTest has collected and analyzed 177 reviews of Grand Slam Tennis (Wii). The average rating for this product is 3.7/5, compared to an average rating of 3.8/5 for other Nintendo Wii Games for all reviews.

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Nintendo Wii Games the Grand Slam Tennis (Wii) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 91/100 = Excellent quality.

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Expert review by: Matt Cabral (pcadvisor.co.uk)

Grand Slam Tennis review

 

Grand Slam Tennis for the Nintendo Wii goes far beyond a glorified version of Wii Sports' tennis once you plug in the Wii MotionPlus.

Grand Slam's a great package, especially for those who've grown bored with Wii Sports's comparatively casual take on tennis. The Wii MotionPlus-assisted play is nearly pitch-perfect, the modes brimming with features, and the visuals - while the weakest...

Jul, 2008

Expert review by: Chris Wigham (consoleob.com)

EA Sports Grand Slam Tennis Wii Review

 

EA's Grand Slam Tennis isn't a first party Wii title, although it's the first game to demonstrate the goods of the MotionPlus add-on. EA are obviously strong supporters of Nintendo's motion sensing enhancement, with tennis already covered and golf to...

Whichever way you play it, EA Sports Grand Slam Tennis is a lot of fun, though you’ll need MotionPlus if you want a more accurate game. It’s certainly a promising start for EA’s new tennis franchise and shows off Nintendo’s enhancement to a satisfying...

May, 2010

Expert review by: (itreviews.co.uk)

EA Sports - Grand Slam Tennis & Wii MotionPlus controller

 

Nintendo's Wiimote controller has been at the heart of the revolution that the firm has driven through the video-gaming world, and it's thus unsurprising that there's plenty of interest in its Wii MotionPlus enhancement. It's effectively ...

A surprisingly strong tennis game and an interesting evolution of the Wii controller too. A bit of a result all round.

Jul, 2009

Expert review by: James Temperton (cubed3.com)

Grand Slam Tennis

 

Looks can be deceiving. Whilst Grand Slam Tennis looks a bit like someone vomited all over it, it plays like someone covered it in bacon, beer, roast chicken and other such delicious goodness. This is also a game of a number of firsts: it is one of the...

A really good first attempt at using Wii MotionPlus and a genuinely enjoyable experience. Whilst it might have a few flaws in terms of gameplay and it does look decidedly rubbish, the basic game is very good with some surprising subtleties. EA have...

Jul, 2009

Expert review by: pjmaybe (totallygn.com)

EA SPORTS Grand Slam Tennis - Review

 

Straight SetsThe WiiMotionPlus is Nintendo's second wave of motion control. Bolting onto the bottom of a standard remote, the WMP offers another axis of movement sensing that apparently gives the player a more accurate representation of 1 to 1 control....

Jun, 2009

Expert review by: Paul Newcombe (play.tm)

EA Sports Grand Slam Tennis

 

There's little doubt that for all the record breaking sales figures and glowing editorials there's been too few games (especially third-party titles) that have really got to grips with the possibilities of the Wii's motion control. While it's possible...

As you may have seen from screenshots EA have wisely ditched the quest for graphical realism in favour of a more stylised cartoony look. While it may grate with some it stops you being constantly reminded that the Wii really isn't capable of the...

Jun, 2009

Expert review by: Luke Anderson (gamespot.co.uk)

Grand Slam Tennis

 

EA's new tennis game makes a number of unforced errors that hamper what could've been a brilliant package.

Online play is fun and easy to set up ; Solid multiplayer offering ; Features all four grand slams

Unforgiving controls with little assistance to improve ; Steep learning curve ; Career mode is a bit short-lived with no minor tournaments to participate in ; No Tutorial mode

Jun, 2009

Expert review by: Luke Albiges (nowgamer.com)

Grand Slam Tennis (Wii) review

 

It don't mean a thing if you ain't got that swing...

A tennis game where you can't aim your shots properly is about as much use as a toothbrush for a snail - Grand Slam Tennis is broken on the most basic of levels. Yes, we CAN be serious, virtual Mr McEnroe, and don't call us Shirley. You didn't? Oh, okay.

Jun, 2009

Expert review by: Stevie E (consolegaming.eu)

Grand Slam Tennis

 

Grand Slam Tennis makes a fantastic debut on the Nintendo Wii.

In conclusion, Grand Slam Tennis is a brilliant first attempt by EA, at a realistic tennis game that utilizes the MotionPlus accessory. The difference is clear, and this is by far the most realistic tennis game on the Wii. The large roster size, the...

Jun, 2009

Expert review by: Tom Orry (videogamer.com)

EA Sports Grand Slam Tennis

 

EA Sports Grand Slam Tennis for Wii Review - MotionPlus-enabled shots can be performed by feel alone and this will be enough for a lot of gamers - just be prepared for a fair few annoying moments.

When it works it's great

Some control irks

Jun, 2009

Product Specifications

Developed specifically for the Wii, EA SPORTS Grand Slam Tennis delivers the deepest and richest tennis experience ever developed for the platform with real life tennis strokes letting anyone quickly pick up a racket and use every shot type and inch of the court. It is the exclusive home of Wimbledon and includes all four Grand Slams: the Australian Open, Roland Garros, the U.S. Open and Wimbledon. The player line-up features some of the greatest and most accomplished ever including John McEnroe in his exclusive videogame debut. Joining Mac is an impressive roster of current and legendary men's and women's players who collectively own 135 Grand Slam singles titles, making this the most accomplished group of players ever assembled for a tennis videogame.

Game

Context:Realistic
Elements:Sports - tennis
ESRB Rating:Everyone (6+)
Online Play:Built-in
PEGI Rating:3+
USK Rating:Freigegeben ohne Altersbeschränkung gemäß § 14 JuSchG

Header

Compatibility:Game console
Manufacturer:Electronic Arts
Packaged Quantity:1
Product Line:Grand Slam Tennis

Miscellaneous

Package Type:Retail

Software

Category:Games
Licence Category:Shrinkwrap
License Pricing:Standard
License Qty:1 user
License Type:Complete package
Subcategory:Games - Sports
Type:Nintendo Wii