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It is the fourth tennis simulation sports video game in the Top Spin series, and a direct successor to Top Spin 3 (2008) .

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Controls are fairly intuitive - players will automatically move toward the ball in instances of close proximity

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Massive selection of real-word courts - inclusion of minor league courts is much appreciated by amateur players

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Unprecedented level of product realism - incorporates clothing and equipment from Adidas, Nike, Fila and more

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Career Mode customization results in a high replay value - enables users to change gameplay format at any time

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Online play is lag-free and highly responsive - pausing is limited to brief moments before and after matches

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Character creation poses are fairly limited - many "original" players end up displaying identical mannerisms

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Player expressions seem random and out of place - serve and rally faces are largely unrealistic

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Top Spin 4 (2011) is the fourth tennis simulation sports video game in the Top Spin series, and a direct successor to Top Spin 3 (2008). Released for the Playstation 3, Xbox 360, and Nintendo Wii gaming consoles, this sports video game features new professional players (e.g., Pete Sampras, Andre Agassi, Roger Federer, etc.) and enhanced gameplay. In particular, the gameplay has been simplified so as to attract more people to the game. Unlike Top Spin 3, in which there were no visual indicators to help players, Top Spin 4 offers a three-tiered meter for building wind for a shot, which makes the game much easier for impatient folks who don’t want to spend hours learning the proper way to hit a ball. Unfortunately, the system was overdone in that the gameplay isn’t even slightly reminiscent of real tennis. Critics say Top Spin 4 would have been better if two modes were included: a slow one for amateurs, and an ultra-fast one for veterans.

  • Tennis Simulation
  • PS3, Xbox 360, Wii
  • More Professional Players
  • Power Meter
  • Turbo Button
  • Stamina Gauge
  • Career Mode
  • TV Broadcast Presentations
  • Online World Tour
  • New Customizable Players
  • More Innovative Controls
  • Tad Over Simplified
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