The best games like Top Spin 3 are:
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- arrow_rightMario Tennis (2000)
- arrow_rightMario Power Tennis (2004)
- arrow_rightSports Champions 2
- arrow_rightVirtua Tennis 2009
- arrow_rightSEGA Superstars Tennis
- arrow_rightTennis in the Face
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1. Sports Champions
Sports Champions™ will let you and your friends physically engage in an array of competitive sporting activities as you go head to head in six events. With the easy to use PlayStation®Move motion controller, anyone ca n crush, spike and smoke the competition in the ultimate sports showdown.
- New PlayStation®Move controller allows players to engage in actions such as pulling a bow, lunging forward with a sword, or perfectly tossing a disc into the goal several hundred feet away to score the big win!
- Play a wide range of exciting sporting activities that include Disc Golf, Gladiator Duel, Beach Volleyball, Archery, Table Tennis and Bocce.
- Champion Cup Mode: Compete in the bronze, silver, and gold cups to unlock hundreds of prizes.
- Free Play Mode: Jump in to play casual matches against other players or the CPU with your choice of options.
Purchase or use of this item is subject to the PlayStation®Network Terms of Service, this item’s use restrictions, and other applicable terms located at http://www.us.playstation.com/support/useragreements. If you do not wish to accept all these terms, do not purchase or use this item.
One-time fee for downloads to up to two systems that are associated with the purchasing account. Sports Champions is a trademark of Sony Computer Entertainment America LLC. © 2010 Sony Computer Entertainment America LLC.The PlayStation®Move motion controller(s) and the PlayStation®Eye camera are required (both sold separately).
Platform: PlayStation 3
2. Mario Tennis (2000)
Mario Tennis, known in Japan as Mario Tennis 64 (マリオテニス64, Mario Tenisu Rokujūyon), is a 2000 sports video game developed by Camelot Software Planning and published by Nintendo for the Nintendo 64 video game console. The game was released in North America and Japan in the summer of 2000, and released in Europe later in November. It is the first tennis-based game starring Mario since Mario's Tennis, and the second game developed by Camelot on a Nintendo system. The game is known for being the introduction of Luigi's evil doppleganger, Waluigi, and the re-introduction of Princess Daisy and Birdo.
Mario Tennis was re-released on the Wii Virtual Console in 2010 and on the Wii U Virtual Console in 2015. The game's success led to four sequels: Mario Power Tennis released for the Nintendo GameCube in 2004, Mario Tennis Open released for the Nintendo 3DS in 2012, Mario Tennis: Ultra Smash released for the Wii U in 2015 and Mario Tennis Aces which will release for the Nintendo Switch in 2018.
Categories in common with Mario Tennis (2000): Sports
3. Mario Power Tennis (2004)
Mario Power Tennis, known in Japan as Mario Tennis GC (マリオテニスGC, Mario Tenisu Jī Shī), is a sports game developed by Camelot Software Planning and published by Nintendo for the GameCube in 2004. The game is the sequel to the Nintendo 64 title Mario Tennis, and is the fourth game in the Mario Tennis series. Power Tennis was released in Japan on October 28, 2004, in North America on November 8, 2004, and in Australia on February 25, 2005. The game was re-released for the Wii in 2009 as part of the New Play Control! collection of titles, featuring GameCube games with added Wii controls. As of 2012, the title is available as part of the Nintendo Selects collection.
Power Tennis incorporates multiple characters, themes, and locations from the Mario series. The game includes standard tennis matches, but contains variants that feature different scoring formats and objectives. Other variants include "Gimmick" courts, thematic areas with components and properties that directly affect gameplay. The game has 18 playable characters, each categorised by their style of play and each with a pair of unique moves known as "Power Shots". Power Tennis was developed simultaneously with Mario Golf: Toadstool Tour, and the pair shared similar technology and concepts with each other during production. Such similarities include an emphasis on the Mario theme in characters and settings as well as alternative game modes such as "Ring Shot".
The GameCube version was positively received in general, attaining an aggregate score of 81 percent from GameRankings and 80 out of 100 from Metacritic. Critics praised the game's depth and variety, but criticised the Power Shot animations, which could not be skipped. In 2010, the game was included as one of the titles in the book 1001 Video Games You Must Play Before You Die.
Categories in common with Mario Power Tennis (2004): Sports
4. Sports Champions 2
SPORTS CHAMPIONS™ 2 – THIS TIME IT’S SERIOUS
Put friendship and family ties aside and battle for honor in six fun-filled events. Anyone can take part, but who will have the skills to become a true sports champion?
• Use one or two PlayStation®Move motion controllers to defeat your rivals at golf, boxing, bowling, skiing, tennis and archery.
• Host customizable tournaments where you pick the rules in new Party Play mode.
• Create your own character and see how your stats measure up against the opposition.
• Track your progress on the online leaderboards and post your sporting triumphs on Facebook.
• A PlayStation®Move motion controller and PlayStation®Eye camera are required to play this game.
• In three of the sports, an optional second motion controller can be used by each player. Up to four motion controllers can be used in total.
• This game is playable in 2D or 3D. To enjoy stereoscopic 3D features, you will require a 3D TV that supports 3D stereoscopic display and 3D compatible glasses.
• Swing over to us.playstation.com to find out more about PlayStation®Move and the Sports Champions™ series on PlayStation®3.
1-4 Players, HDD: 32MB Minimum, HDTV Screen Resolution: 720p, Network Features, PlayStation®Move Required, 3D Compatible
Software subject to license (us.playstation.com/softwarelicense). Online activity subject to Terms of Services and User Agreement (www.playstationnetwork.com/terms-of-service).
Platform: PlayStation 3
6. SEGA Superstars Tennis
Smash it up with SEGA superstars in wacky tennis fun! Coming to Wii and
the DS, Sonic and other favorite characters take center stage to compete
in one giant, action-packed tennis competition!
Suit up with Sonic, Aiai (Super Monkeyball), NiGHTS, Ulala (Space
Channel 5), Beat (Jet Set Radio) and other characters, all with their
own unique personalities and special moves in an entertaining world
filled with unexpected crazy action. From rock’in DJ’s to hording
zombies, each environment hosts mayhem around every corner – a perfect
fit for unleashing Superstar powers to smash a winning ace.
Featuring a host of unique and crazy SEGA courts, wild party games, and
unpredictable action, SEGA Superstars Tennis is guaranteed to score
7. Tennis in the Face
Help Pete Pagassi to save the city from an evil energy drink corporation Explodz. Knock out creepy clowns, evil riot police and other Explodz-addicted maniacs with a tennis ball in the face. Bounce the ball off walls to reach targets lurking in cover and watch them tumble. Trigger masterful chain reactions and watch the chaos unfold. Finally enjoy the level finale in slow motion!Features
- Easy to pick-up physics based gameplay: Simply move your mouse, observe the aiming line, and click to serve a furious tennis smash.
- Trigger masterful chain rections: Your actions will set off chain reactions and you'll watch the events unfold while knocking out the enemies. The more enemies you knock out with a single serve, the higher your score!
- Save the city: Win levels to move to the next district and towards your ultimate goal: The destruction of Explodz mega-factory
- Over 100 levels: Try to earn a crown from each level and unlock all the achievements.
8. Top Spin 2
Play as, or against, 16 of the world's best tennis players including Maria Sharapova, Venus Williams, Andy Roddick and Roger Federer or create "yourself" by customizing gender, name, skin color, hairstyle, outfit, and country. Refine your game and master every stroke, forehand, backhand, smash, lob and passing shot as you take on the pros on every surface and in tournaments like Wimbledon, the U.S. Open, and the Australian Open. Rise up through the ranks as you serve and volley your way to the Top Spin 2 Championship!
• Design your own digital identity - ceate realistic player models and
customize them with the highest level of detail
• Create your own style of tennis play with a range of shots - Slices, drops, chops, lobs and drives
• Train with a coach to master shots and playing surfaces - then work your way up the rankings
• Play singles or doubles matches with 16 top pros, from Anna Kournikova to Lleyton Hewitt
• Go online for live matches against other tennis fans
Categories in common with Top Spin 2: Sports
9. Top Spin 4
The most feature-rich title of the franchise, Top Spin 4, puts you front
and center of the professional tennis experience with the deepest player
roster to date complete with 2K's Signature Style, an ALL-NEW Player
Creator, an incredibly immersive My Player mode with an innovative
Coaching & Development system, more multiplayer party games such as King
of the Court, and a new TV broadcast style presentation system. Do you
have what it takes to rise above the competition and become #1 in the
Categories in common with Top Spin 4: Sports
10. Rockstar Games presents Table Tennis
Rockstar Games presents Table Tennis for the Wii has got all of the
accessible pick up and playability, killer ball physics, and adrenaline-pumping table tennis action that made it a classic, while utilizing all of the the motion sensing interactive control technology of the Nintendo Wii to serve up addictive head to head gameplay that’s fun for everyone.
Categories in common with Rockstar Games presents Table Tennis: Sports
11. Big League Sports
Big League Sports for Wii offers instant access to the most action-packed moments in sports. The result is a title with a singular focus on putting you in the most thrilling situations while competing in your favorite sports. Six sports are represented for a combined total of 22 events, each using instinctive controls that mimic real athletic movement with the Wii Remote. Each sport -- tennis, basketball, football, soccer, lacrosse and hockey -- has its own kind of "hit the shot at the buzzer" style of heart-pounding action, and this is exactly what Big League Sports captures.
- Allows up to four players to compete in a variety of modes, including single game, marathon and tournament modes
- View your statistics and overall progress, as well as the trophies you have won
- A character creation feature allows you to craft a character to your liking with dozens of customization options
- Up to4 players simultaneously and 8 players alternating.
Categories in common with Big League Sports: Sports
12. EA SPORTS GRAND SLAM TENNIS 2
Feel the excitement of championship tennis with EA SPORTS™ Grand Slam® Tennis 2. For the first time in HD, feel the thrill of winning at Wimbledon and capturing all four Grand Slam® titles.
Categories in common with EA SPORTS GRAND SLAM TENNIS 2: Sports
13. Konami's Ping Pong
Konami's Ping Pong is a sports arcade game created in 1985 by Konami. The game is noted as the first video game to accurately reflect the gameplay of table tennis, as opposed to earlier oversimplifications like Pong. As with other Konami titles of the time, it was ported to several 8-bit computer systems and video game consoles.
Categories in common with Konami's Ping Pong: Sports
14. Racquet Sports
Racquet Sports delivers the feeling of a true racquet in your hand. Using the PlayStation Moves unique motion creates an experience so natural that players will feel like they are playing the real game. Escape to exotic locations for intense, exhilarating competitions in five different racquet sports. With fun-packed multiplayer modes and a flexible control system, everyone can join in for wildly entertaining matches!
5 Racquet Sports include Tennis, Ping-Pong, Badminton, Squash and Beach Tennis
30 Immersive Environments - Iconic locations inspired by real-world landmarks. Play on the beach of Copacabana, at the foot of Mount Fuji or in the middle of Central Park
Compelling Characters - Eleven playable athletes with distinct personalities and flair.
Best-in-class Multiplayer (1-4 Players) with 6 different game modes
PlayStation®Move motion controller and PlayStation®Eye camera required.
PlayStation®Move navigation controller or Wireless Controller optional.
Purchase or use of this item is subject to the PlayStation®Network Terms of Service and User Agreement and this item's use restrictions. This item has been sublicensed to you by Sony Computer Entertainment America. One-time license fee for downloads to up to 2 console systems that are associated with the purchasing account.
PlayStation®Move motion controller and PlayStation®Eye (sold separately) required to use this product.
Categories in common with Racquet Sports: Sports
15. Bases Loaded (1987)
Bases Loaded, known in Japan as Moero!! Pro Yakyuu (燃えろ!!プロ野球, lit. "Burn!! Pro Baseball"), is a baseball video game by Jaleco that was originally released in Japan for the arcades. A version for the Nintendo Entertainment System was released in 1987 in Japan and in 1988 in North America, and a Game Boy port was released in July of 1990. A mobile phone version exists as well. For the Virtual Console, Bases Loaded was released on April 7, 2008 in Japan and on April 12, 2008 in North America for the Wii, at the cost of 500 Wii Points and on May 15, 2013 in Japan and on July 10, 2014 in North America for Nintendo 3DS. The Wii U version in North America (which later released in Japan on October 22, 2014) was also released at the same time as the Nintendo 3DS version. A port by Mebius and Clarice Games for the PlayStation 4 has been announced for a Q4 2015 release in Japan.
The game is the first installment of the Bases Loaded series, followed by seven sequels across three generations of consoles. There are three more video games in the Bases Loaded NES series, Bases Loaded II: Second Season, Bases Loaded 3 and Bases Loaded 4. There was also a Game Boy version of Bases Loaded. The series continued onto the SNES platform with Super Bases Loaded, Super Bases Loaded 2, and Super Bases Loaded 3. The final entry to the series was Bases Loaded '96: Double Header, released for the Sega Saturn and PlayStation.
Bases Loaded is also the first in a series of eight sports Famicom games known in Japan as "Moero!!". This series is all generic sports games. Three of the games were localized in the Western Markets as Bases Loaded, Bases Loaded II: Second Season and Bases Loaded 3, while the basketball game was localized as Hoops, the tennis game as Racket Attack and the soccer game as Goal!. Two titles went unreleased in North America and in the PAL regions.
Categories in common with Bases Loaded (1987): Sports