Sega Europe released today the Launch trailer of Virtua Tennis 4: World Tour Edition for the PS Vita, that has already been published in the US and will hit the European shelves tomorrow together with the console.
Sega released today a batch of new screenshots of Virtua Tennis 4: World Tour Edition, that will launch in Japan on the 17th, at the same time as the PS Vita.
Virtua Tennis 4, that will be released in Japan for the PS Vita on the 17th with the title Power Smash 4 has two new TV commercials currently airing in Japan.
Sega released today a new trailer of Virtua Tennis 4 (Power Smash 4 in Japan).
Sega published today a large batch of screenshots and renders of Virtua Tennis 4 (Power Smash 4) for the Playstation Vita, including the official Japanese box art. The game will be released in Japan on December the
Usually whenever you get any new hardware like the PlayStation Vita the first titles that make it to launch are usually fighting and sports titles. It's probably because those kinds of games don't need much development time.
That's about it, really. Virtua Tennis 4 is now available for purchase on the PS3, 360, and Wii, the former two for $49.99 and the latter for $39.99. To mark the occasion, Sega's released a
For some reason, I find trailers for Kinect games much more entertaining than I ever found Wii game trailers, though probably not in the way that Microsoft would want. They're super goofy, always feature way more people
Virtua Tennis 4 has a new trailer today focusing on the PlayStation 3 version of the game. As we revealed yesterday the PlayStation 3 version will be getting a number of unique players and game-modes, not to
Last week we had the chance to catch up with the good folks at Sega, and that meant a second go-around with their upcoming Tennis simulator, Virtua Tennis 4. While the last time we played with some
Recently our own Joel Taveras got a look at Virtua Tennis 4 using the PlayStation Move accessory and a 3D television, and came away quite impressed. At the time the game was only announced for the PlayStation
Today at GamesCom in Germany, Sega announced the next title in their Virtua Tennis franchise, Virtua Tennis 4. While this typically wouldn't be that big of deal, what makes it interesting is what the game supports. It