Everybody’s Tennis Out For PSP This Summer!

Hi Guys!

Its Joey here. I’m really excited to let you know that we will be releasing Everybody’s Tennis for PSP in Summer 2010!

This summer take a holiday from the football World Cup and enjoy a world of tennis squeezed, courtesy of PSP, into your pocket.

The first step is to ditch the whites as Everybody’s Tennis lets your creativity run free and your own style shine through.

Everybody's Tennis

Everybody's Tennis

Develop your own quirky character with more than 500 different customisable items making this a totally personal experience; then set off on your journey to superstardom. It’s easy to pick up and play but offers loads of subtlety that will only come with time and practice.

The advanced shot system is for the true pro letting you place, volley, drop or smash your way to victory whilst every court has its own physics which will shape your match-winning strategy.

Everybody's Tennis

Everybody's Tennis

Getting to pro standard sees you embark on your new career as you search out new courts across the Everybody’s Tennis world map and work your way up, and down, the ranks.

Everybody's Tennis

Each new area comes with a set of intriguing tasks to complete before you are invited on court to take on the best players the region has to offer. Look out for hidden items on the court to pass onto other characters and help you progress. Success moves you up the ladder where the challenges become more difficult and the competition more unusual – this is more than just match-play, this is living and learning on the circuit.

Everybody's Tennis

And when it’s all just a bit too much kick back, avoid early burn-out and play with up to three of your friends in multiplayer mode. Everybody’s Tennis is available for PSP-3000 and PSPGo this Summer.

Enjoy the trailer and see you on the court!

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omg this lokks so fun , please please bring it out for ps3 too im a sucka for tennis games i still play virtua tennis 2009 everyday . bring it for ps3 please

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@1, yes, also Move support. I loved Wii Sports Tennis.

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Hi seany1 and imajinetion,

Glad you both like the sound of this

Its going to be a fantastic game :)

I’ve been waiting for this game to be announced for an English release! so glad it’s finally coming :-D

GutsBerserker 14 April, 2010 @ 15:43
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Wow looks good, Everybody’s Sports for Move on PS3 is a no-brainer right?

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Like seany1 and imajinetio please please bring it out for ps3 with move support

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Looks very colourful, maybe I would buy it if Media Go was available to Mac.

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@7

Yes, it’s the same loveable art style as the Everybody’s Golf series

Oh goodness, I completely misread the game’s title at first glance.

I was already thinking, “HOW CAN THEY ALLOW THAT!” ;O

Anyway, arcade tennis on the go… does not sound bad.

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Day one buy!

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More EVERYBODY series on the PS3 listen to the public everybody golf update tennis baseball soccer karts you name it we want it :)

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Fantastic news! Any chance of a demo soon?

Locke_Tribal 14 April, 2010 @ 16:24
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Will there be multiplayer over infrastructure, as with Everybody’s Golf? Or is it limited to ad-hoc multiplayer?

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@12

Yes, we are planning a demo for the Store

Cheers

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@13

I’m pretty sure it will be via Ad-hoc

Thanks

Locke_Tribal 14 April, 2010 @ 17:29
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Thanks for the reply Joey ;)

since its cleary stated only 3000 and go

does this mean it will not work on the FAT PSP (1000 or 2000)???

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Hi S-Cript,

Don’t worry, this will work on all PSP models

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seems nice would get it if you bring it to ps3 someday

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Hey Guys,

Im off for the night, thanks for all the positive comments :))

More news to follow on this title in the coming weeks

sharpenedpixel 14 April, 2010 @ 18:24
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As I love Everybody’s Golf, I could really go for this… on the PS3. Hopefully this will be successful enough that that happens.

I wouldn’t mind buying this for the PSP it looks good it would be even better if it has infrastructure multiplayer.

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