Correct me if I'm wrong is there another (newer) edition of tennis elbow possibly coming onto console, I understand there maybe a few ifs and buts but maybe.A thread to discuss the new Tennis World Tour game, due to be released around the time of the French Open.
The ball looks so slow and floaty Seems like animations drive the gameplay in a weird way too, look at that response after the lob at 5:48 - the lob lands not far from the player's position, nowhere near the baseline, yet there's still that long, slow, laboured animation leading up to an overhead flick... Ugly.
I'll assume (and hope) this is still early alpha footage.
Full Ace would likely run on any sort of laptop/PC you have... The minimum requirements are very light and console controllers can be used on PC (I use an XB1 pad). If not Full Ace, then Tennis Elbow has even lesser system requirements.
Tbh I thought the same issues with the physics/gameplay were present in TS4 that I see in the TWT videos, ball being too slow/floaty, rallies being too long/boring etc. Maybe these developers' idea of a tennis game is just not something I have any interest in.
I'm more of a tablet user. All my personal devices are either tablets or mobile phones. The only laptop I tow around is the work one and I wouldn't want to install personal software (especially a game) on that. I will wait for Tennis World Tour and if I don't like it, will get a laptop for full ace tennis.
Edit: Quick question though... would a laptop's graphics card meet the game's requirements coz as per Steam the game requires "3D card with OpenGL 3.0 or DirectX9 2 Gb". I thought generally a laptop's inbuilt integrated card doesn't meet requirements for games.