Full Ace Tennis
Enjoyable tennis simulator with an emphasis on realism
- Category Sport
- Program license Trial version
- Version 2.1.1
- Size 49.49 MB
- Works under: Windows 8 / Windows Vista / Windows XP / Windows 7
- Program available in English
- Program by Galactic Gaming Guild
A tennis game that some say beats Virtua Tennis.
Full Ace Tennis is a tennis simulator in which you are able to play single matches, to practice, and are able to play in career mode where you improve your rank as you win matches. Any tennis game can be picked up and played, but if you want to achieve any form of success, then you will need to practice when you play Full Ace Tennis.
It Works On Most PCs
In other words, you will not have to buy a very expensive computer to be able to play this game. It works on slightly older machines and doesn’t require any top specs or a lot of processing power. It supports analogue play, and there is a career mode where you can set the amount of time you play.
The Tutorials Are Very Good
If you have played many tennis games on consoles or your PC, then you will know that many of them skim over the teaching and tutorial sections. They often think that people will pick up the nuances of the game as they play, but Full Ace Tennis doesn’t take this approach. The tutorials are very good and help you prepare more fully before you start playing the game for real.
You are able to focus on things such as your topspin and your backhand before you actually apply them to your game in the career mode. The game allows you to have plenty of practice so that you get a head start up the ladder when you start playing the real game.
You Are Limited To Some Arenas
You need a license to be able to show certain places, which means there are very few (if any) recognisable arenas for you to play in. Such things won’t matter to most gamers, but if you are looking forward to working your way up via the career mode and playing in Wimbledon--then you will be disappointed.
There Are A Lot Of Settings
The fact that there are so many settings means that you can play this game on most computers. It also means you can create your own characters and progress them in whatever manner you see fit. You can even set the trajectory, friction and collision factors with regards to the ball.
- It offers its own perspective on for a tennis simulation game
- A good game when compared with the majority of its competition
- Make your own character
- Lots of settings to play with
- The tutorials are very good
- Ideal for people wanting a Virtua Tennis alternative
- There are better looking games out there
- The graphics are not as polished as one may hope for