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In sum David Crane’s Amazing Tennis both labours and flourishes under a lot of give and take. Apart from the audio and feature set there’s an upside to every shortcoming and a downside to every strength. Whether these tradeoffs come too steep for you will depend on whether you’re in the market for an arcade like, patball tennis; whether they’re more than worth it will depend on whether you’re starved for something different. But due to them in the end I can’t award it a high score despite that it is easily the best retro tennis game I’ve yet to play. Just bear in mind when you read reviews of other tennis games here with higher scores that I wrote none of them.