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Power Serve 3D Tennis (PlayStation)

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Will you dominate the field as world #1 Steve Edwars? Or perhaps you'd prefer to challenge the top players as the up and coming Andy Legacy? Power Serve 3D Tennis is the first tennis game released for the PSX console and as the players' names show, it was not licensed.

Choose from eight different players and challenge the computer or a friend in this fully 3D tennis game. The player can determine the length of match, playing surface, and camera angle to suit the playing style. There is also an option of teaming up with a partner in doubles action. Full match statistics are available after each match.


Power Serve 3D Tennis PlayStation That's a decent view.
Power Serve 3D Tennis PlayStation Title screen (US version).
Power Serve 3D Tennis PlayStation capu VS guri.
Power Serve 3D Tennis PlayStation Ocean logo is disappearing. Promiscuous delfino's fault.

Alternate Titles

  • "Power Serve" -- European title
  • "Ground Stroke" -- Japanese title
  • "グランド・ストローク" -- Japanese spelling

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The Press Says

Game Players Oct, 1995 61 out of 100 61
GamePro (US) Dec, 1995 2 out of 5 40
IGN Nov 25, 1996 2 out of 10 20


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This was the first tennis game for the PlayStation console, as it was released more than a week before the launch of the system in the United States.
Brian Decker (90) added Power Serve 3D Tennis (PlayStation) on Mar 25, 2008