Rackets & Rivals
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|Rackets & Rivals|
|Genre(s)||Sports game (tennis)|
|Mode(s)||One player, two players, multiplayer (3–4 players)|
Rackets & Rivals offers a Training mode, a Free Play mode, and a Tournament mode. In Free Play, players may compete in a singles or doubles match. Training mode is similar to Free Play, except there is no scoring, so the player can focus on learning game mechanics.
In Tournament mode, the player progresses through four European tournaments of increasing difficulty: the Championship of the All European High Schools (sic), Championship of the All European Universities (sic), the Sonasonic Championship, and the Palcom Cup.
The player may also choose the handedness of the player character, and allocate statistics across five attributes: Service, Shot, Volley, Stroke, and Footwork. The player can upgrade these five attributes at intervals in Tournament mode.
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