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For the Wii, Virtua Tennis 2009 or EA Sports Grand Slam Tennis, which is better? watch

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    Any opinions? Would like a good tennis game but don't really want to invest in two...
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    Grand Slam. Friend brought it round and 2 motion plus controllers. In all honesty, so much fun and controls so precise with motion plus. I had 2 normal ones and just on comparison, with normal controller, was very difficult to pull off technical shots + power shots but with motion plus could do it easily (based on movement).

    Here are two video reviews so you can judge for yourself:

    http://www.gametrailers.com/video/re...a-tennis/52050 (virtua tennis)

    http://www.gametrailers.com/video/re...and-slam/51859 (grand slam)
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    (Original post by motiv3)
    Grand Slam. Friend brought it round and 2 motion plus controllers. In all honesty, so much fun and controls so precise with motion plus. I had 2 normal ones and just on comparison, with normal controller, was very difficult to pull off technical shots + power shots but with motion plus could do it easily (based on movement).

    Here are two video reviews so you can judge for yourself:

    http://www.gametrailers.com/video/re...a-tennis/52050 (virtua tennis)

    http://www.gametrailers.com/video/re...and-slam/51859 (grand slam)
    Thanks for the help.
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    Virtual Tennis 3 is quite good on Ps3, But i'd go with Grand Slam because it's built much better for the Wii and also the motion plus controllers make it a whole lot more fun.
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    i just ordered a wii, my first game will be grand slam + motion
 
 
 
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