06:28 PM - February 18, 2008 by Steve_OS
TVG has posted their hands-on impressions of SEGA Superstars Tennis.
"It's fair to say that the relationship between SEGA and Sumo Digital is a strong one, with the Sheffield-based studio putting the finishing touches to their fifth title for the publisher. Due out in time for Easter weekend, SEGA Superstars Tennis takes Sumo's experience with the racquet sport through Virtua Tennis, and introduces sixteen well-known characters from the length and breadth of SEGA's back-catalogue along the way. Heading to five platforms including Xbox 360, Wii, and Nintendo DS, the game came about from the Virtua Tennis 3 team's informal experiments with turning the likes of Roger Federer into giant-headed mutants on the tennis court. It just so happened that SEGA of America and Europe were knocking on Sumo's door looking for the Foundation 9 subsidiary's next project."