AO Tennis REVIEW: This PS4, Xbox game is certainly no Grand Slam


Gracious dear. I adore a touch of tennis and it’s been ages since we’ve had another tennis amusement to get our teeth into on the consoles.

Be that as it may, tragically I can’t suggest this new discharge from Big Ant Studios.

It looks incredible; it has similar characters, sensible courts, expedient activity as the ball pings around.

Sadly, it neglects to give the player anything like an authentic recreation of the game.

That is on the grounds that there’s no sentiment opportunity to the gameplay.

While the screen urges you to direct that little yellow ball around the court, it feels, even from a pessimistic standpoint, similar to your character is fastened to particular regions.

Development ends up limited and it absolutely ruins and baffles joypad play.




It doesn’t have numerous genuine players either, so for each Rafa Nadal accessible there’s no Andy Murray.

Be that as it may, in the event that you can be tried to put the exertion in, you can make comparable looking players with customisation apparatuses. You can even make your own shirt logos.

The menu framework is sufficiently basic however regularly slacks with over the top load times between genuine matches.

What’s more, there’s sufficiently not environment in the amusement. So sooner or later playing, you get immediately bored at the absence of earnestness and need to endeavor on.

It’s a disgrace.

A couple of changes all over could influence this an incredible to purchase in front of the standard Wimbledon surge.

For the present, the supervisors behind AO International Tennis have vacillated.