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New Balls Please: Where Are The PS4/XB1 Tennis Games? | Power Up Gaming
Sport. The word divides some and unites others. Lately, sports games have struggled in maintaining my attention for more than a couple of hours. My Xbox 360 was a hub of FIFA, Top Spin and Madden enjoyment. But no matter how many fancy tweaks developers made to ball flight, team management and impact engines, each new iteration suffered from the same thing; beyond a roster update, it was the same game. As a tennis fan, my beloved sport has had no attention in games since the late-2000s. I would love to see some brave developer, and an equally brave publisher, take a punt and make a tennis game for the Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC. Though tennis games are few and far between, that's all the more reason to give them a go. There‘s lots of room for potential and even greater room for innovation and improvements to gameplay. Top Spin 4 deserves credit for putting a telecast edge on each match, whether it was at a suburban or Grand Slam level. However, the best depiction of the