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Racquet Sports

Platform(s): PlayStation 3, Wii
Genre: Sports
Publisher: Ubisoft
Developer: Asobo Studio
Release Date: September 2010

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'Racquet Sports' (Wii) Also Coming to PS3 - Screens

by Rainier on July 8, 2010 @ 10:40 a.m. PDT

Racket Sports is a multisport game that includes tennis, ping pong, badminton, squash and beach tennis, engaging players in 40 rich graphical environments in worldwide locations such as an underwater reef, a Moroccan palace, a New York loft, and a fan-filled stadium.

Racquet Sports delivers an engaging and interactive experience for experts and newcomers. Racquet Sports offers unprecedented realism and pinpoint gameplay mechanics, bringing every serve, swing and backhand to life while replicating the sporting experience in the comfort of the living room.

Racquet Sports engages players in 30 rich graphical environments in iconic locations inspired by real-world landmarks, including the beach of Copacabana, the foot of Mount Fuji and the skyline of Dubai. The playing fields come to life with animated backgrounds, dynamic sound mixes and day and night environments. Players have the option to perform with eleven different athletes, each having a distinct personality and flair. Each athlete is customizable with a total of over 30 outfits, 30 hairstyles and 15 different racquets available in the game.

The multiplayer feature in Racquet Sports allows up to four players to play together cooperatively or to compete against each other. Racquet Sports and the PlayStation Move motion controller combine highly precise and intuitive motion control with the full PlayStation 3 system HD gaming experience to create the most accurate, responsive and ultra-sensory gaming experience that will allow players to pull the game out of the TV and into the living room.

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