Best Ps4 Tennis Game in 2023
Tennis World Tour Roland-Garros Edition (PS4) - PlayStation 4
- A COMPLETE GAME - The Roland-Garros Edition includes all game improvements since its release in May 2018
- eSPORT IS BACK - In addition to the permanent world ranking, the 2nd season of Roland-Garros eSeries by BNP Paribas will attract the most competitive of players
- 34 OF THE BEST PLAYERS FROM THE OFFICIAL CIRCUITS - including Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer and legendary players
- PERFECT REPRODUCTION OF PLAYERS AND THEIR MOVEMENTS - thanks to adding slides on clay court and motion capture
- ALL OF THE GAME MODES - exhibition match, Career mode, ranked games. alone or with friends, local or online
Tennis World Tour - PlayStation 4
- The biggest stars in tennis - Play as one of the 30 best tennis players in the world: Roger Federer, Angelique Kerber, Stan Wawrinka and many more of the sport's legends
- Perfectly reproduced movement - Realistic animations, carefully reproduced in the game using motion capture technology, help you learn all the shots used in modern tennis: slice, lob, top spin, etc.
- Every playing surface - 18 different courts with 5 different surfaces: hard, clay, grass, carpet and even hardwood; Each surface affects the playing conditions
- A complete Career mode - create your player and experience a Career worthy of a professional: training, tournaments, staff management, equipment purchases, and more
- An unequalled tactical dimension - Decide what strategy to adopt for each match and use your skill cards to defeat your opponents
AO Tennis 2 (PS4) - PlayStation 4
- A PLAYING FIELD MADE FOR YOU, BY YOU - Use the comprehensive Academy editing suite to create a player just like YOU as well as your own courts, or you can download thousands of community creations
- THE BEST PLAYERS IN THE WORLD - See how you compare to the big names on the ATP & WTA circuits, including Rafael Nadal, Ash Barty, Angelique Kerber and many more
- A COMPLETELY REDESIGNED CAREER MODE - Set out to conquer the world rankings in a singles career or in doubles with a friend. Manage your Reputation, sponsors and performance to reach the top
- NEW GAME MODES - Relive legendary matches or create new challenges using the scenario editor
Spike Volleyball (PS4) - PlayStation 4
- THE NEW VOLLEYBALL SIM BENCHMARK: Play solo or with another player locally or online and experience all the thrills of volleyball in a video game
- REALISTIC SIMULATION: Spikes, receptions, floaters... Every volleyball move has been faithfully recreated
- STRATEGIC GAMEPLAY TO MASTER: Use tactics developed by a real coach to vary your style of play
- HOURS OF COMPETITIVE PLAY: Enter Tournaments, play in Career mode, take part in Challenges or jump into a local or online Quick Match
Carnival Games - PlayStation 4
- Like a real-life country fair, carnival games bursts with exciting mini-games that you can play over and over
- Bring your family and friends in on the fun for a true carnival games party
- Play games, win tickets, and trade them in for new outfits for your carnival guest characters
Everybody's Golf - PlayStation 4
- The classic PlayStation golf franchise is back with its unique blend of deep golf mechanics and quirky visual style, now with customizable golfer avatars, new online gameplay modes, free roam golf courses, and much more
- Robust online experience (team battle, daily tournament etc.)
- Offline single player and multiplayer mode up to 4 players
- Free roaming on the game's golf courses
Top Spin 4 - Playstation 3
- Experience the intensity, emotion and excitement of real-life tennis matches set on the world's most hallowed courts
- All-new crowd effects build in intensity at crucial points in the match
- More than 4,000 new Signature Style animations ensure your player looks and moves exactly like its real-life counterpart
- Innovative game controls mimic real-life tennis swings to allow gamers of all experience levels to become a force to be reckoned with
- Play as any of 25 top tennis pros, including Andre Agassi, Boris Becker, Michael Chang and more
DriveClub (PlayStation 4)
- Join an existing Club or create your own to team up with 12 drivers and get more in-game currency and earn bonuses
- Constant and varied challenges keep the game feeling fresh and unique, offering pick-up-and-play gaming experience to suit every player's lifestyle
- Every detail of high-speed racing has been painstakingly recreated to give you an authentic and thrilling first person driving experience
- No matter where you are in the world, you and your friends can stay connected 24/7 with the iOS and Android DRIVECLUB app
- Inspired by real-world roads from diverse regions across the globe, the racing tracks in DRIVECLUB present a variety of different challenges for every driver
Sports Champions 2 - Playstation 3
- There is no code included in the package
- All new sports - skiing, tennis, boxing, golf, bowling, and updated archery
- Personalize tournaments with party mode
- Customize your character's look and create player profiles
- Full stereoscopic 3D support
VR Ping Pong Pro (PS4)
- Singles match - (player vs CPU or player 1 vs player 2)
- online multiplayer - Choose to play either single matches or tournaments with people from all over the world
- become the best in tournament Mode!
- exciting mini games where you can hone your skills or just have fun!
- a variety of photo-realistic environments, placing you right at the centre of the action
- true to life physics, (with full-spin mechanics), make it feel like you're really there!
- a wealth of customizable rackets and different balls to choose from!
SoulCalibur V is a Solid but Underwhelming Addition to the Franchise
Namco’s SoulCalibur series has wowed gamers for more than a decade by treating them to outstanding graphics, strong gameplay, and solid storylines. Here’s a look at Namco’s newest addition to the fighting game genre, SoulCalibur V.
Namco's SoulCalibur series has wowed gamers for more than a decade by treating them to outstanding graphics, strong gameplay, and solid storylines. The latest edition of the franchise, SoulCalibur V, has many of the same qualities of its predecessors, but one weakness ruined the game for me. Here's a look at Namco's newest addition to the fighting game genre.
The SoulCalibur series has always exhibited beautiful graphics, and this game is no different. When I loaded it onto my console, I was treated to a spectacular opening scene which recapped the final battle of SoulCalibur IV. The artwork used to create the fighting arena and loading screens was absolutely beautiful. As I watched the scene play out, I couldn't help but get excited to play the rest of SoulCalibur V. If nothing else, I wanted to see more of the artwork. And I wasn't disappointed. Each screen and arena was as visually stunning as the one before it.
The game's top-notch graphics don't stop with the arenas and loading screens either. Each individual character is drawn with bright, beautiful coloring and fine detail. During actual fights, the characters' movements exhibit all of the fluidity I've come to expect from a SoulCalibur game.
The music in SoulCalibur V is well done. During storyline mode, it always fits with the player's situation, while also fitting into the game's environment. The sounds are clear and concise so players won't have any problems understanding what a character is saying. The only complaint I have about the sound is how repetitive a few of the characters are when they speak in combat. It's gets annoying hearing someone say "please forgive me" over and over again.
I'll be the first person to admit that fighting games aren't my forte. I'm more of an RPG and sports gamer. But I have to admit that the combat in SoulCalibur V is addicting and fun. Most moves are easy to learn even when strategy is involved. It won't take you long to learn how to hold your own in the game if you focus on learning the various combat moves. It helps that there is a training mode available in the off-line play menu where you can learn many of the game's moves, including each character's special combos. Unfortunately, there isn't a basic tutorial available to push you in the right direction when you get started.
The character creation system is one of the best attributes of the game. There is so much flexibility with the system that it wouldn't be hard to create at least 20 completely different characters. You do have to unlock some of the moves and accessories that would fit your character, but hey, that's one reason to play through the story mode, right? Of course, unlocking the game's goodies might be the only reason why you'd want to fight your way through the latest SoulCalibur plot.
The story mode only takes about three hours to play through, but that's still a lot of time I'll never get back. I don't want to give away too much of the plot for those of you willing to work your way through it, but let me explain a few details. You'll spend most of your time playing as Patroklos, son of former SoulCalibur regular Sophitia. The story opens with him hunting for his missing sister, but it moves through so many weird and unexplainable plot turns that it quickly becomes a mess to watch. The worst part about this mode is that players will spend most of their time watching it all unfold instead of playing.
Overall, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 owners will enjoy this game. SoulCalibur V is a lot of fun to play if you plan on making the most of the it's online possibilities. However, I recommend playing through story mode as fast as possible just to get it finished. If you can do that, SoulCalibur V will be well worth your time.