It is a unique tennis sports game adapted from an anime movie of the same name. The effect of anime derivation may appeal to many gamers. However, this is also a game worth trying for other casual gamers.
The gameplay of this game is relatively simple. You will need to note that the game gets more rigid and more challenging in the middle and gradually decreases the difficulty as you go deep. You’ll also have to get used to the cameras and the limited time slots. On top of that, the opponents in the primary story mode are pretty tough. You cannot expect to win the first matches easily. It takes about 30-45 minutes to get you familiar with the pitch and the rhythm of the ball. The wind conditions here are also quite far from reality. So winning on the first try is too challenging to happen. Therefore, patience is a must to be able to play well in this game. You must understand that it is not easy for you to win even if you know it. To do this, there is no other way that you have to practice hitting a lot and fail a lot. Gradually you will be able to beat your opponents one by one. There are a few tips that may help. That is to focus on defending at the back of the field. Your opponents in this game are programmed to hit powerful smashes towards the back of the field but weak in skill at the net. So here is the strategy to help you win faster.
Actually, it doesn’t have background music for you to listen to. However, you cannot ask for a tennis game to play with background music to listen to when you play. It’s too far from reality. On the other hand, however, the sounds from the player’s screams, the player’s movement, and the referee’s voice are all made extremely well. The dubbing is also very thoughtful and okay, so it’s not so important to have good music. It also cannot affect your gameplay.