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Sega Superstars Tennis Developer(s) Sumo Digital Publisher(s) Sega Composer(s) Richard Jacques Engine Sunshine (in-house engine) Platform(s) PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, Wii, Xbox 360, Nintendo DS Release date(s) EU March 17, 2008 NA March 18, 2008 AUS March 27, 2008 Genre(s) Sports game Rating(s) ESRB: E10+ (Everyone 10+) PEGI: 7+ Sega Superstars Tennis is a tennis video game developed by Sumo Digital and published by Sega.[1] The game was released on March 17, 2008 in Europe, on March 18, 2008 in North America, and on March 27, 2008 in Australia. The game includes 16 playable characters and 10 courts from Sega franchises. In total, 15 Sega franchises are represented in the game. Contents 1 Gameplay 1.1 Platform differences 2 Playable characters 3 Reception 4 See also 5 References 6 External links // Gameplay Superstar Mode allows the player to play missions which include exhibition matches, tournaments and tasks based around a specific Sega game including Sonic the Hedgehog, Puyo Pop and Virtua Cop. Completing missions unlocks items such as courts, stages, soundtracks and characters. Exhibition Mode offers the chance to challenge a character to a match on one of many courts, including Sonic's home court of Green Hill Zone, or Amigo's Carnival Park court. Whichever court is chosen, there are a host of Sega celebrities cheering them on from court side. Tournament Mode allows the player to play in a series of matches against opponents chosen at random by the computer in an arena also chosen at random. There are several playable minigames in Sega Superstars Tennis, including ones from Sega games such as a House of the Dead meets Space Invaders game, in which the player has to hit moving targets in the form of zombies, a Space Harrier game, a Puyo Puyo game, and a Virtua Cop game. Each character has their own unique 'special attack' giving the player more chance of scoring a point. For example: Gilius throws a magic bottle in the air and covers the opponent's side with thunderbolts, if they touch one the character will be stunned for a brief moment, or Sonic's signature "Super Sonic" attack, which causes the tennis ball to zig-zag in various directions around the court when he hits the ball. Platform differences The PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 versions both have online play, while the Wii version has three different control schemes (Wii Remote with Nunchuk, Wii Remote sideways and the Classic Controller).[2] The Nintendo DS version of the game can be played with the standard control pad, or utilize the stylus. Playable characters Sonic the Hedgehog Miles "Tails" Prower Amy Rose Dr. Eggman Shadow the Hedgehog Alex Kidd Gilius Thunderhead (from Golden Axe) Beat (from Jet Set Radio) Gum (from Jet Set Radio) Ulala (from Space Channel 5) Pudding (from Space Channel 5) Amigo (from Samba de Amigo) NiGHTS (from Nights into Dreams...) Reala (from Nights into Dreams...) Aiai (from Super Monkey Ball) Meemee (from Super Monkey Ball) Reception  Reception Review scores Publication Score B-[3] Computer and Video Games 7.2[4] Edge 7/10 Eurogamer 7/10 GameSpot 7[5] GameSpy 3/5[6] GameTrailers 6.5[7] IGN 6.2[8] Official Nintendo Magazine 89% Play Magazine 69%[9] Sega Superstars Tennis has received generally mixed, but overall positive reviews. Eurogamer praised the game for its fan service and gave it 7/10.[10] Games Magazine Official Nintendo Magazine UK reviewed both the Wii and DS versions of the game, saying they both had great gameplay, fun minigames and were enjoyable in multiplayer. However the game just missed out on a Gold Award (which is given to games that score 90% or higher in their reviews) due to the lack to Nintendo Wi-Fi support and blasted Sega for the omission due to Wi-Fi being supported on the Xbox and PS3, commenting that as Nintendo Wi-Fi had already proven it's capabilities with other games, it appeared that Sega simply couldn't be bothered to include it.[11] IGN called the Wii version "a tennis game that should have been better than it is." They criticized the lack of detail in the graphics, the muffled sound effects, simplistic gameplay, and the lack of an online mode, which is present in the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 versions.[8] At GameRankings, the average review score for the game was:[12] Wii = 72.2 PS2 = 71.4 PS3 = 69.0 X360= 68.6 DS = 65.2 See also Sega Superstars Sonic & Sega All-Stars Racing Virtua Tennis List of games featuring Sonic the Hedgehog References ^ Randy Nelson, "Sega Superstars Tennis: Sega serves up fan love," PlayStation the Official Magazine 3 (February 2008): 36. ^ Sega Superstars Tennis ^ SEGA Superstars Tennis Wii Review Index, SEGA Superstars Tennis Reviews ^ Xbox Review: Sega Superstars Tennis - ^ Sega Superstars Tennis for Wii Review - Wii Sega Superstars Tennis Review ^ GameSpy: SEGA Superstars Tennis Review ^ GameTrailers: SEGA Superstars Tennis Video Review ^ a b IGN: SEGA Superstars Tennis Review ^ Sega Superstars Tennis - review - play ^ SEGA Superstars Tennis Review // Xbox 360 /// Eurogamer ^ Wii Review: Sega Superstars Tennis - Official Nintendo Magazine ^ Game Rankings - Search - Video Game Reviews, Release Dates, Cheat Codes External links Official Site Official UK Website v • d • e Sega Superstars series Sega Superstars · Sega Superstars Tennis · Sonic & Sega All-Stars Racing v • d • e Sega Sega Studios Global Entertainment · New Entertainment · Sega Sports Japan · Sega AM1 · Sega AM2 · Sega AM3 · Wave Master · The Creative Assembly · Sports Interactive Consoles SG-1000/SG-1000 II · Sega Mark III/Master System (Variations) · Mega Drive/Genesis (Variations · CD · 32X) · Saturn · Dreamcast Handheld Game Gear · Mega Jet · Nomad Computers SC-3000 Portable media players Sega Vision Educational Consoles Pico · Beena Dual system Multi-Mega/CDX · WonderMega/X'eye · TeraDrive · Amstrad Mega PC Services Sega Meganet · Sega Channel · XBAND · Sega NetLink · SegaNet · Dreamarena · Sega Europa-R, Sega Ring series Accessories Light Phaser · Menacer · Activator · AX-1E · Mega Mouse · Sega Mega Anser · Lock-On · Sega VR  · DirectLink · Dreameye · Dreamcast Broadband Adapter · Dreamcast VGA · VMU · GD-ROM Related List of Sega video game franchises · List of Sega arcade system boards · Sega Sammy Holdings · Ota-ku, Tokyo