Feel the true excitement and emotion of championship tennis with EA Sports™ Grand Slam® Tennis 2. For the first time in HD and on the next generation platforms, experience the thrill of winning at Wimbledon and capturing all four Grand Slam® tournaments. Rise to stardom with the revolutionary Total Racket Control as you challenge a deep roster of elite players, including Djokovic, Federer, Nadal, Sharapova, Borg, and McEnroe. With immersive PlayStation® Move support, authentic gameplay, ESPN® broadcast integration, a deep 10-year career mode and so much more, get ready to Swing the racket like a Grand Slam® champion with Grand Slam® Tennis 2.
Grand Slam Tennis 2 will feature all four Grand Slam championships and is the only game to feature Wimbledon. Players can experience the thrill of serving up aces on Wimbledon's prestigious Centre Court or hitting cross-court winners on the clay courts of the French Open. In addition, the game features a deep roster of elite past and present players and will be coming worldwide in 2012.
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Grand Slam Tennis 2 not only is exactly half way in terms of gameplay between the realism of Top Spin and Virtua Tennis arcade mode, but is the same position as regards the final evaluation. The new control system is promising but still immature, and requires a good amount of hours to be mastered properly, which could discourage casual players. The Seekers courts can finally enjoy the full license instead of Wimbledon, some of the strongest tennis players of the past year and a multiplayer sector can keep busy for a long time. Too bad for a career mode that could, and should be studied more in-depth.