Final Match Tennis translated...

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  1. Waxweazel

    Waxweazel Still Fresh

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    Whell the topic says it all, is there an english version of Final Match Tennis?
    If not are there any other good tennis games on any platform(playable on the Gp32) to look at?

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  2. Twimfy

    Twimfy OMG 3 years here!

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    I don't think there is but why would you want it translated? The play mechanics are fairly straight foward.
     
  3. declaration

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    I have an english version of Final Match tennis for the pc engine. It works perfectly....
     
  4. zboy9

    zboy9 かっこいいね。

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    yeah, the game is pretty straight forward, unless there is more than one version and we are thinking of different versions. :unsure:
     
  5. crazeeplaya

    crazeeplaya That's the way I like it

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    The only thing that is in another language is the player names
     
  6. thebluenewt

    thebluenewt wrrrr thrrr frrrrrrrrk?

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    Super Tennis on SNES, one of the few games that works at a decent speed and it's second only to Virtua Tennis as far as tennis games go!
     
  7. Tobriand

    Tobriand Very Active Member

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    You do know there was a pretty darn good tennis game for the actual GP32 released in ADIC last year, don't you? Can't remember what I was called though...
     
  8. ste_167

    ste_167 Very Active Member

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    Super Tennis doesn't work on SnesEmu - am I right?
     
  9. declaration

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    Another brilliant tennis game for the snes is Jimmy Connors Pro tennis tour..... although i can never find it anywhere.
     
  10. thebluenewt

    thebluenewt wrrrr thrrr frrrrrrrrk?

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    Does for me, works great with Snes9x (overclocked to 156) too!
     
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  11. ste_167

    ste_167 Very Active Member

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    Freezes on the screen just as the game's starting on mine - need to do a key combo?
     
  12. tekt5

    tekt5 NazcaBeer Spokesman

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    Mario Tennis on GBC is pretty good...
    I especially like how the story mode plays out like an RPG(you get experience points and such and walk around between matches).
    Try it out, you may like it, you may not.
     
  13. sensible GP32

    sensible GP32 Very Active Member

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    super smash court tennis (amen) - namco super nes..... amazing!
     
  14. lizard808uk

    lizard808uk Child of the 80s

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    I'll second the point raised by Mario Tennis on GBC - highly playable. Also has anyone played Pete Sampras Tennis on Genesis (by Codemasters)? - this game was amazing especially at the time with the four player J-cart invention (2 control ports in the cartridge itself + 2 ports on the console)
     
  15. CU_AMiGA

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    The original Tennis game for the Gameboy kicks as. I also tried Super Tennis on OpenSnes but didn't work.
     
  16. skysnapper

    skysnapper sleep is for wimps

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    ahh was searching all over for that the other day... thought it was called super family tennis! No wonder i couldn't find it :D
     
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