Virtua Tennis 4 is Being Delisted

The bad news? SEGA’s Virtua Tennis 4 is planned to be delisted from digital storefronts, including Steam, by April 23rd. The good news? You can grab one of my favorite tennis games for $2.99 before that happens.

Forewarning: Virtua Tennis 4 does have Games for Windows Live and the online multiplayer may as well not be part of the package (it is but it was awful even when it “worked”, at least on PC). That said for this price I can confidently say to the tennis fan, the casual tennis fan or the person who likes pong, Virtua Tennis 4 is worth your time.

The career mode is fun, it has local multiplayer and it has the best gameplay of the major tennis titles to come out in the past few years. Understand that some parts of the game will break before buying.

You can grab it on Steam for $2.99, or if you want to support DSOGaming (*wink* *wink*, *nudge*), you can buy a Steam code of the game for the same price at Green Man Gaming using code 20DARK-SIDEOF-GAMING for 20% off their price of $3.74

Thanks: SEGABits

Spencer

Spencer joined us in early 2015, previously a console centric gamer he switched to PC a few years ago. He later helped push for an increase in Japanese content on PC with the #SEGAPCPorts campaign. Previously he ran a SEGA fansite as well as co-hosted a gaming podcast. He thinks Duke Nukem 3D is the best FPS of all time, his text message alert on his phone is literally Duke Nukem saying “Let God sort ’em out.” Contact: Email