Virtua Tennis 4 World Tour Edition is another proof that the Vita can do great in terms of graphics and animations. As for the game itself, it is faithful to the series, which means it does not have the depth of Top Spin and is undoutedbly an arcade game. It is probably less of an issue on a handhled, but if you have never been convinced by the series, chances are you won't change your mind. That being said, Virtua Tennis 4 remains an entertaining title, with many game modes to choose from, among which an excellent career mode.
@Tinks: they started screwing over some of their long time 2nd party partners like Argonaut and (to a degree) Rare. (55 minutes ago)
during the 64 era Nintendo at least had Rare in their prime, but it was the start of real painful gaps in content. (5 Hours ago)
if you skipped the 64, Gamecube and Wii you may not feel their software issues the same as others. From what they've shown so far they've done little to correct their previous console issues. (5 Hours ago)
I don't think Nintendo can or will fit the mold he expects them to though. They never have, really. (6 Hours ago)
Jim always presents a solid argument. I think Nintendo has more wiggle room with this thing than people think if the market responds poorly to it. A portable SKU for example. (6 Hours ago)
@droezelke: The complaints he has in that video are mostly valid I'd say, sadly. (6 Hours ago)