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CyclopsKiller
12 years ago#1

I've been setting up computer characters vs computer characters. In a five set, six game singles match, it's almost impossible to get a girl to beat a guy when his level is set at the highest possible. How in the world do people play female versus level nine male opponents, then beat those guys? Maybe, somebody will record a such match on YouTube, or something.

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CyclopsKiller
12 years ago#2

Are the level nine male characters, in Hard Hitter Tennis, tougher than the level nine females or is it just me saying that because that A. Kitano guy is superhuman and extremely intimidating? Even in five set, six game matches, he hardly EVER makes any unforced errors. Kitano seems to play the game like Roger Federer, or something.

Rumors also have it that you can customize your own Top Spin 2 tournaments on the XBox 360, which is not possible in Hard Hitter Tennis, for PS2. You could even draw a woman in a men's tournament, if you're playing Top Spin 2 or 3 on the XBox 360. You just can't do that on the Play Station 2, though. Does anyone dare to play girl champion in a men's tournament on the XBox 360? That would be the ABSOLUTE MOST DIFFICULT featyou couldpull off, assuming that you draw all of the MOST DIFFICULT guys, ever playable, in five set, six game matches. What makes the tournament even more difficult is that you may even face Roger Federer, the "unstoppable", although, you can use game count to determine how stoppable he is by a girl, like Ana Ivanovic. Is it possible toplaygirl champion in a men's tournament, in Virtua Tennis 2009?

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