AO Tennis 2
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AO Tennis 2 can be a hell of a lot of fun, but if you're easily annoyed by some inconsistent controls and a steep learning curve, you're better off avoiding this one.
AO Tennis 2 is a better-looking, smoother-playing and more fully-featured follow-up to the original.
The career mode and creation tools are the best parts of AO Tennis 2, but the gameplay struggles to keep up its end of the bargain
AO Tennis 2 is a bright, likeable tennis sim with bags of room to grow, and as it stands is easily the best tennis game of this generation.
AO Tennis 2 is a big step forward. This game isn't an ace yet, but it isn't the double fault AO International Tennis was. With lots of content and a decent gameplay core, AO Tennis 2 can be even funny for tennis fans.
Review in Spanish | Read full review
I can definitively say the game has more positives than negatives and feels less raw than its predecessor, but it still isn’t as complete as other sports titles.
AO Tennis 2 is a good sports videogame that, despite a low budget, is really fun to play and includes a few, interesting features never seen before.
Review in Italian | Read full review
AO Tennis 2 is a good-looking tennis title with plenty of things to tinker and tweak with. However the fiddly controls and limited roster mar the experience.
In my experience, AO Tennis 2 doesn’t do justice to tennis either, even though I wouldn’t exactly give tennis itself a glowing review.
AO Tennis 2 is a winner, raising the baseline for all tennis titles on PS4. There are still minor quirks to its gameplay, but it's well-presented and fun, making its enriched Career mode dangerously addictive.