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'Tennis Masters Series 2003' (XB) - Screens & Features

by Thomas on Oct. 10, 2002 @ 5:01 p.m. PDT

Following the successful launch of its first PC version, Microids and the ATP are proud to present its newest version, Tennis Masters Series 2003, now available on Xbox. The stadiums have 25,000 polygons. In fact, here, count 'em in these five screenshots together with the features!

  • Take on the world's best players as you participate in the ATP's most prestigious tournaments: the Tennis Masters Series
  • Tour the globe and play on the 9 faithfully reproduced Masters Series tournaments. Travel to the hard courts of Indian Wells, Miami, Toronto and Cincinnati. Visit the luxurious clay courts of Monte Carlo, Rome and Hamburg. Compete on the indoor courts of Madrid and Paris.
  • Try to qualify for the Tennis Masters Cup in Shanghai and become the world's best player!
  • Unparalleled gameplay!
  • Intuitive control system: 4 different shots to choose from (power top spin, slice, flat & lob) that you will be able to combine for more than 60 moves accessed during specific gameplay.
  • 67 different players with their own individual skills (stamina, speed, strength, etc.) and their own styles of play (power hitter, baseliner, net rusher, etc. )
  • 3 difficulty levels: amateur, pro and master
  • Astonishing graphics!
  • 3D realistic players using 500 motion capture moves with 6000 polygons for each player (compared with 3000 on the previous PC version)
    -Different facial expressions and animation brings more life and emotion to players
    -New faces (based on real high resolution photos), skin and clothing textures
  • Refined and better rendered stadiums (25,000 polygons vs. 15,000 for previous PC version): new surroundings displayed with new camera angles that show the differences of each location
  • Dynamic real-time lighting on players and courts (3 different times of day to choose from: 12 AM, 5 PM & nigh time)
  • Great atmosphere!
  • Completely redefined sound that brings you the thrill of being inside and playing in a real tennis stadium: Crowd reactions on close calls, judges' voices, ball bounces, forehand and backhand ball pounding and much more!

Release date : October 2002

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