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Rafa Nadal Tennis

Platform(s): Nintendo DS
Genre: Sports
Publisher: Codemasters
Developer: Virtual Toys

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'Rafa Nadal Tennis' (NDS) Goes Gold - Screens & Trailer

by Rainier on Dec. 19, 2006 @ 12:38 p.m. PST

Rafa Nadal Tennis offers a new way to play a fast-paced game of tennis using just touch screen control. Using the NDS stylus, players will be able to move their tennis star on court and then, by sweeping the stylus across the Touch Screen, describe serves, lobs, drop shots, powershots and more.

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Designed exclusively for the Nintendo DS, Rafa Nadal Tennis serves up an innovative, fun and fast-paced game of tennis with unprecedented shot control via the touch screen. Using the stylus as both a directional pointer and as a racquet, players can move their tennis pro around the court and execute stunning serves, lobs, drop shots and power shots by sweeping the stylus across the touch screen.

Rafa Nadal Tennis features a trio of single-player game modes, including a full Career Mode, Quick Match and more. Career Mode allows players to create their own personalised pro and travel the world to become the best player on the circuit. The game also features a full tutorial mode appropriately labelled Tennis School, to train players in perfect stylus movements for delivering precise, match winning shots. There is also an option to switch between the stylus and traditional control pad, and the tutorial will adapt the contents of the lessons accordingly.

Rafa Nadal Tennis also includes a multiplayer component where up to four players can take the court for doubles or one-on-one single matches over wireless, even if the other players don’t have a copy of the game – the single-card wireless multiplayer mode enables up to four players to join a match from one copy of the game. An even more extensive multi-card multiplayer mode offers additional choice over court types and players.

Developed by Madrid-based Virtual Toys, Rafa Nadal Tennis, rated “E” for Everyone, will deliver a smashing game of touch screen tennis on December 27, 2006 for Nintendo DS.


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