EA Sports’ upcoming Grand Slam Tennis 2 features a brand new gameplay feature – Total Racket Control, which uses the controller’s analog stick to play the game rather than simple button controls. This allows players a new way to play the game as you gain full control the racket, the direction, type and power of all shots with the single right analog stick. Think of it a bit like Skate’s control scheme, whereby the skateboard is controlled solely from a single analog stick.
Check out Gameplay Producer Liam Millar explaining exactly how this new feature will be implemented in the game below.
Grand Slam Tennis 2 is set to be released in Australia on February 9 and in New Zealand on February 10 for Xbox 360 and Playstation 3