Final Match Tennis is a 1991 tennis video game that was developed and published by Human Entertainment exclusively for the PC Engine.
A similar game with improved graphics and controls titled Final Match Tennis Ladies was included in Human Sports Festival, a sports compilation that contains three previously unreleased titles. Two standalone follow-ups were also released, 1994's Super Final Match Tennis for the Super Famicom and the 1996 PlayStation title Hyper Final Match Tennis.
Hyper Final Match Tennis is a tennis game that features different game modes, up to 4 players can play at the same time, different kind of court and different players and tournamentes to choose and play.
Hear the grunts echo through the stadium as you control one of 12 (6 male & 6 female) tennis players with different abilities. Up to four players can compete in Exhibition singles and doubles or rack up points on a World Tour of six tournaments (the Australian Open in Melbourne, the French Open in Paris, the Human Open in Tokyo, Mixed Doubles in Montreal, the US Open in New York and Wimbledon in London). Three different court surfaces (clay, grass, and hard court) affect the speed and bounce of balls hit.
You get penalized for not connecting on your serve and must time your hits of returns as it will affect where the ball goes. Your player's movements are motion-captured and you can lunge at a ball if you are caught out of position. There's 9 different camera views to choose from.
Join the on-court emotion with characters created using the latest motion capture technology, mixed in with genuine player and crowd sound samples. Travel the globe to New York, Tokyo, London, Paris and Melbourne in the International Grand Slam tournament and compete on lawn, clay and hard courts. With the help of 10 different camera perspectives and a choice of singles, doubles, mixed doubles, and simultaneous 1,2,3 and 4 player mode: This is the most accurate tennis sim you can buy.
- Third person perspective.
- 2D graphics
- Cartoon graphics
- Tennis theme.