Nissin Cup Noodle – best friend of college students everywhere – has released its latest commercial that features Japanese pro tennis player Kei Nishikori, playing tennis with a wooden sword. I'd say this is crazy if it didn't actually look pretty awesome.
This week in the Nintendo Download, Pro Jumper! premieres for North American audiences, though the trailer is still in Japanese, it's an adorable variation on platformers. Tennis and Stratego are exactly what they sound like&emdash;expect no variations there. This week is rounded out by a hidden-object game that will…
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Well regarded as a series, Top Spin's last entry in 2008 took some risks that were, in hindsight, inadvisable for an American-published game simulating a sport that has lacked a dominant American men's professional for several years. 2K Sports' Top Spin 4 puts a focus back on playability, aligned to a sport that's…
Virtua Tennis 4 will support Kinect when it arrives this spring, making it just the second sports title with versions supporting all three motion gaming flavors: Wii, PlayStation Move and Kinect.
Patched in post-release to NBA 2K11, 3D and PlayStation Move support will be in 2K Sports' Top Spin 4 at its March 15 launch. Andre Agassi, in a game for the first time in a decade, is the cover star.
Tennis sim Top Spin 4 teased more realistic controls when it was announced three months ago; a retail listing says it'll continue sports gaming's trend of moving commands to the right analog stick. A singleplayer career mode also is coming.
Star British tennis player Andy Murray has injured a tendon in his hand after playing a game with doubles partner Dani Vallverdu. A game of Pro Evo, that is.
2K Sports will publish Top Spin 4, the latest edition of its tennis sim, in 2011, with versions for the Xbox 360, PS3 and Wii.
I guess even celebrities can be broken up with over video games. The Telegraph reports that British tennis star Andy Murray got the boot from his old lady over "seven hours a day" PlayStation 3 binges.
"Wiimbledon Champion" looks great on a resume, especially if whomever's reading it thinks it's just a typo. An improv troupe is putting the title up for grabs in a tournament next month in Seattle.
Nintendo is giving one gamer a chance to take on Australian Open Champion, and third best tennis player in the world, Novak Djokovic in a game of Wii Tennis. But wait, there's quite a catch.
It seems that in the age of "next gen" consoles, games are trying more and more to simulate realism. This is most apparent when it comes to sports games. Since most of these titles take place in a small variety of closed environments, it's much easier spend more of your pixels on other things like sweat and facial…