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ST Format (Nov, 1990)
Palace have made a huge effort to produce an accurate and demanding tennis sim, and succeed brilliantly. The only snag is, as in the real game, a complete dunce can't expect to pile straight in and be on the Centre Court at Wimbledon before the day's out. Passing Shot is easier, Pro Tennis Tour looks a lot sexier, but International 3D Tennis makes the rest look like amateurs.
Power Play (Feb, 1991)
Die Atari-Umsetzung der reichlich merkwürdigen Tennissimulation ist quasi identisch zur Amiga-Version. An den spielerischen Qualitäten des Programms werden sich weiterhin die Geister scheiden.
ST Format (Nov, 1992)
(Budget re-release)
Underneath the smartly executed graphics lies a highly playable - though not very addictive - game. The joystick controls help the game flow along and your ST opponents vary from the good to the terrible. If you're playing against a friend, the tricky 3D graphics can create a few problems - the perspective gets confused when the ball approaches a player and it's all too easy to think you've returned a devastating volley when you've actually missed the ball. This is not a game you can play for long. But, as a quick half-hour's entertainment, it's far superior to licking a cube of salt.
ST-Computer (Jan, 1991)
Tennisspiele gab es vor einigen Monaten en masse, da wundert es fast schon, daß Palace `schon wieder' ein neues herausgebracht hat. International 3D-Tennis, so der Name des Probanten, kann allerdings mehr als andere Tennis-Simulationen, denn hier wird der Platz tatsächlich dreidimensional dargestellt. Außerdem existieren unterschiedliche Bodenbeläge, die natürlich auch jeweils das Verhalten des Spielballs beeinflussen. Unglaublich aber wahr: Das Spiel ist tatsächlich realistisch gelungen.