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I've played every tennis games I can find. From pong, to nes and snes tennis, from the abysmal virtua tennis, to the great top spin series on various consoles and on pc. This is by far the most satisfying, challenging, and the most replayable game the N64 has to offer. Stick with me for a moment: First of all, in order to experience the masterpiece, you will have to put hours into it. Firstly, every player needs an avatar. Be sure to minmax the stats. Most important are maximum forehand, maximum serve and maximum player speed. Then, every player needs to win against the ai in all of the four featured "grand slam" tournaments, and equip the gear the wins of these tournaments grant you. That is by far the best gear, and to be honest, the only gear worth equipping. Winning these tournaments is incredibly easy, since the ai is very very bad. Alas, for every avatar, this means half an hour of tedious work in order to get the gear - if you win every match, and every point, that is. But its really a piece of cake. With a little bit of training, you get so good that you score an ace on every serve, and a return-ace on every return - against the ai. The game shines, and is on top of all other tennis games, when played couch multiplayer. I have spent hundreds of hours on that. The skill ceiling is stellar. This is the only tennis game that I know of, which features true analogue aiming, meaning that just as in real life, you can aim any ball anywhere on the court - or off the court for that matter... even the direction and intensity of spin is controllable. Any ball where you tilt the analogue stick all the way to one side, the ball will most likely be off court. You can even do around-the-net shots, aiming off the court but spinning the ball in.

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>>6224759

Other then sin and punishment theres really not many japanese games that are worth it. through because there dirt cheap some games that wouldnt be worth 8 bucks are, like battle Phoenix the electric stick maze, and lets smash tennis through thats actually a pretty good game.

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>>6224759
Other then sin and punishment theres really not many japanese games worth while through because there dirt cheap some games that wouldnt be worth the 8 bucks are, like battle Phoenix the electric stick maze, and lets smash tennis through thats actually a pretty good game.



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