10 Best Tennis Xbox 360

Updated on: October 2022

Best Tennis Xbox 360 in 2022


Grand Slam, Tennis 2

Grand Slam, Tennis 2
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2022

Virtua Tennis 4 - Xbox 360

Virtua Tennis 4 - Xbox 360
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2022
  • New motion control compatibility via Kinect for Xbox 360 gives players ultimate freedom, accuracy and style in shot placement.
  • Players challenge each other from around the world using new online center matchmaking and tournament play.
  • The brand new Match Momentum feature makes for more dramatic matches.
  • The crazy Virtua Tennis series' signature mini-games are now in available in multiplayer mode and online.
  • Lineup. of 22 players includes Nadal, Federer, Murray, Sharapova, Williams, Djokovic, Ivanovic, Del Potro, Wozniacki and more
  • In building up their Match Momentum gauge over the course of a match, players revel in their improved abilities and confidence.

Table Tennis - Xbox 360

Table Tennis - Xbox 360
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2022
  • Choose between 11 unique characters, each with their own distinct style of play
  • Earn victory by mastering power shots, heavy spin and precision accuracy
  • Compete in 19 venues, from specialized table tennis locations to large arenas -- all faithfully recreated
  • Use authentic equipment and apparel from the biggest names - Killerspin, Adidas, Joola, Butterfly and more

Smash Court Tennis 3 - Xbox 360

Smash Court Tennis 3 - Xbox 360
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2022
  • Consumer Alert: Most users do not need a license to operate this wireless microphone system. Nevertheless, operating this microphone system without a license is subject to certain restrictions: the system may not cause harmful interference; it must operate at a low power level (not in excess of 50 milliwatts); and it has no protection from interference received from any other device.
  • Purchasers should also be aware that the FCC is currently evaluating use of wireless microphone systems, and these rules are subject to change. For more information, call the FCC at 1-888- CALL-FCC (TTY: 1-888-TELL-FCC) or visit the FCC's wireless microphone website at fcc.gov/cgb/wirelessmicrophones.

Virtua Tennis 2009 - Xbox 360

Virtua Tennis 2009 - Xbox 360
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2022

Sega Superstars Tennis - Xbox 360 by Sega

Sega Superstars Tennis - Xbox 360 by Sega
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2022

Table Tennis (Xbox 360)

Table Tennis (Xbox 360)
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2022
  • Array

Top Spin 4 - Xbox 360

Top Spin 4 - Xbox 360
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2022
  • 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

Virtua Tennis 4 - Xbox 360 (Renewed)

Virtua Tennis 4 - Xbox 360 (Renewed)
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2022
  • New motion control compatibility via Kinect for Xbox 360 gives players ultimate freedom, accuracy and style in shot placement.
  • Players challenge each other from around the world using new online center matchmaking and tournament play.
  • The brand new Match Momentum feature makes for more dramatic matches.
  • The crazy Virtua Tennis series' signature mini-games are now in available in multiplayer mode and online.
  • Lineup. of 22 players includes Nadal, Federer, Murray, Sharapova, Williams, Djokovic, Ivanovic, Del Potro, Wozniacki and more
  • In building up their Match Momentum gauge over the course of a match, players revel in their improved abilities and confidence.

Sega Superstars Tennis - Xbox 360

Sega Superstars Tennis - Xbox 360
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2022
  • Fun-filled tennis party guaranteed to be a smashing good time for the whole family
  • Hilarious cameos and comical guest umpires from SEGA¿s rich gaming history
  • 16 characters with superstar alter-egos that give them the winning edge on the court
  • 10 fantastical-themed courts; 4 action-packed tournaments with unlockable bonus content
  • Up to 4 friends can challenge each other in tournaments, exhibitions, and special events

Virtua Tennis 3 reviewed on the PSP System

The fun core gamplay is still intact! The game includes a great player lineup both for the men's and women's professionals. Lots of mini-games!

I also pulled out the older "Virtua Tennis World Tour" game, which is the first Virtua Tennis game for the PSP. I played it again so I can give you an idea what the differences are between the older game and this newer one. I took a few screenshots of the games also to help you visually see if there are any differences between the games.

VT World Tour gives you 16 players to choose from. VT3 gives you 20 players to choose from. (Players like Raphael Nadal, Gael Monfils, Mario Ancic and James Blake are now included.) Both games have the popular Roger Federer, Andy Roddick and Maria Sharapova as they rightfully should. The core interface and gameplay have remained intact so you will not see any drastic changes to that. For example, the World tour, exhibition mode, mini-games, and tournament mode are still found in VT3 just like in all other previous versions of Virtua Tennis.

They only made some changes to the mini-games and to the world tour by adding new games to play. For example in VT World Tour, there was this "capture the red flags" mini-game to practice your footwork. In VT3, they exchanged it for a game called "Avalance" which is basically a game where giant tennis balls roll from the top of the screen towards your player and it's your job to avoid them while getting smaller fruits that are also rolling from the top of the screen. VT3 also brought back the bowling mini-game, which is supposed to test your serve power and accuracy by serving the ball into a rack of bowling pins. Scoring is done exactly like in real bowling. World Tour has this mini-game, but in VT3, they added a second bowling mini-game which places different pin racks at various locations and the pin rack shape is at times, very different to challenge the accuracy of the player's serve. Good stuff!

So yes, the gameplay is still identical which leaves you with the question if it's worth it to buy this game when you already own VT World Tour. I eyeballed both games closely to look for any differences and graphically, I can see that they put more attention to detail in VT3 when it comes to background scenery. As my screenshot of the bowling mini-game can show you, the VT3 picture of the mini-game looks graphically "busy", which means the background scenery is not as sparse or bland. The player characters still look almost the same, but the scenery, game interface and even the sound has more content.

Another difference is in player control. I noticed was how easy it is to make drop shots in this game. In the PS3 version, I was unable to pull out a single drop shot, but in the PSP version, I could do it almost every time! VT World Tour had a similar easy to implement control, so this could be just the PSP control design that made this possible. Lob shots are still easy to do in this game, but it still needs very careful placement, otherwise it will be too easy for the computer to smash it back at you for an easy point.

Graphically, do not expect this PSP version to rival that of the PS3 version. It doesn't even come close when comparing this to the PS3 version utilizing HDMI or component cables. PSP graphics can never match the high-definition graphics horsepower found on the PS3 system! I'm not saying the PSP version is ugly; it's slightly better looking than the older VT World Tour version but it won't wow you.

Another thing I noted why this game is slightly better than VT World Tour is with load times. Load time between matches is still almost the same 25-35 seconds (which is a bit long), but there are other times when there is no load time for the VT3 version. For example, it was frustrating to go through the player editor mode in VT World Tour because whenever you had to set the player options like a different hair, head, shirt, pants, or play style you will have to wait 3-6 seconds between every different type! This was very frustrating for me. But in VT3, I noticed they eliminated the load time completely when creating a player, so that's a huge plus. Load time is still a bit long between matches but at least they improved the load times in some areas.

Is the game still fun? YES.

Is the gameplay addicting? YES.

Does this game replace VT World Tour? Maybe....

Does it justify paying $29.99 - 39.99 for it when you have VT World Tour already? I don't think so.

I would personally wait until this game drops to $19.99 before I would even consider buying it.

Related Bestselling Lists That You Might Like