AO Tennis review
AO Tennis was something fans had been looking forward to for quite a while. It was awaited as the most advanced Tennis game ever. However, it seems to have missed the mark somewhat.
The graphics on the game are no doubt vivid and beautiful. You have clear courts and various angles to look at the ground. The players are customizable. You can create your own characters or choose from an already existing group of 6 males players and 12 female players.
The game allows participation in several tournaments including the Australian Open. There are, however, no training modes or coach modes to guide you through the game.
The execution on the 먹튀사이트 is the main problem in the game. While you would like to try several swings and blows, the control comes in rigid and often out of your own control. The handling is rather clumsy in several ways and often the player doesn’t seem to respond the way you want him to. In Tennis, you would compromise on anything other than the control. If you can’t dive and hit the ball the way you want to, it would be little Tennis at all.
A lot of things that you would love to have on the game in order to make it more realistic seem absent. Simple details like the toss, a consuming commentary, prize distributions or the like are missing. For a game of this caliber, we would have loved to watch the trophies go high or the players make a final meet at the end of the match.
The developers have promised several additions and improvements in the weeks following the game’s release. However, how much can they mend isn’t quite clear. The stadium and 먹튀사이트 editing options have been promised and we hope more will come in the days to follow.
AO Tennis has failed to deliver its promise. The game is playable even if it isn’t what we were looking out for. However, if you are looking for a good Tennis game with real effects, it would be wiser to look elsewhere.