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The Australian ratings board has posted a classification for some kind of new version of Virtua Tennis 4, called "Virtua Tennis 4 World Tour Edition." This one differs from the original in that it's got an M rating and warnings for severe, graphic violence. No, we're totally kidding. It's rate...

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Zumba Fitness has maintained the top spot on the UK charts for three straight weeks, with Chart-Track prognosticating the title has "a good chance of holding on for a few more weeks yet." The workout dance game has reached the top spot in the UK a total of six times and -- here's the mind blo...

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Sega's sent out a new Virtua Tennis 4 trailer, giving us a sample of the game's Kinect functionality. Sure, it doesn't have the same "moves" seen in other tennis game promo spots, but what it lacks in scantily-clad tennis stars, it makes up for with ... uh, wide-eyed youths and an English announc...

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Sega is planning two demos for its upcoming Virtua Tennis 4. As Sega's Mie Kumagai notes on PlayStation Blog Europe, both demos will be exclusive to the PlayStation 3. The first demo will be released on April 13 in Europe -- April 19 in the US, Sega tells Joystiq -- and will show off the game's n...

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This summer, Sega will bring Virtua Tennis 4 to the PC, giving sun-fearing gamers a chance to partake in their favorite sport, safe from the dangers of UV rays and, uh, bees? Yeah, let's go with bees. They sting you! The plan is to launch across digital distribution and retail, in both Europe ...

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Sega has lobbed out its official announcement for Virtua Tennis 4. Previously announced only at a Sony conference, the new Sega note reveals that the tennis sequel is bouncing to Xbox 360 and Wii as well, all due in spring 2011. All three versions will include motion-control capabilities -- the PS3 ...

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You won't have to wait until SOCOM 4 to see PlayStation Move owners duke it out with standard DualShock players. During Sony's Gamescom press conference, Zipper showed off an enhanced version of MAG that adds support for Sony's motion controller. Hopefully, someone will coordinate a 64v64 battle of...

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