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Virtua Tennis: World Tour Guide for PSP

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Contents:- Introduction
         - Starting Off
         - World Tour Mode
         - Training Games - Stroke Training - Disc Shooter [GMEDSC]
                                            - Tank Attack [GMETNK]
                          - Volley Training - Bulls Eye [GMEBLL]
                                            - Alien Force [GMEALN]
                          - Footwork Training - Stomper [GMESTP] 
                                              - Danger Flags [GMEDGR]
                          - Serve Training - Pin Crasher [GMEPIN]
                                           - Prize Sniper [GMEPRZ]
         - Shops Listing [SHOPSS]
         - World Tour Tournaments [TOURNY] 
         - Ball Games - Blockbuster [BLKBST]
                      - Fruit Dash [FRTDSH]
                      - Blocker [BLOKER]
                      - Balloon Smash [BALOON]

Introduction

Hi everyone right this is going to be my second ever FAQ. Firstly would like 
to compliment this game as I personally believe it is a solid successful game
that has been put together very well. Anyway enough talking let us get on with
the game.

Starting Off

Right starting off at the main menu there are 8 options to choose from 
consisting of: Quick Match - Jump into a quick match against com
               Tournament - Try to win singles and doubles tournaments!
               Exhibition - Play an exhibition match against com
               World Tour - Train and compete to become world #1!
               Ball Games - Try to beat the high scores
               Options - Configure your game settings
               Records - View your high scores
               Multiplayer - Create or join a game with friends

The main portion of the game is in the World Tour mode however you can visit 
the options menu first to change various settings and to change the games 
difficulty. 

Note: The game defaults at the "easy" difficulty setting so if you are just 
      starting out there is no need to go into the options menu.

World Tour Mode

Ok if your starting a new game on World Tour you will first arrive at your 
character setup screen. Rename your player to whatever you want and complete
the rest of the options to continue. You have to create two players one male 
and one female to participate in the different events later on.

Note: You can buy new gear later on in the game so don't worry if there is 
      nothing you like.

After this you can select where you want your home and strangely enough even
the middle of the sea is possible.

Ok now i'm going to guide you through the "constant icons" that will appear on
your map. The "constant icons" as you can guess are always present unlike some
"temporary icons" like tournaments that dissapear once they are over.

Constant Icons

Home: You will find your home where ever you decided to place it. Inside you 
can check your players skills under the "Status" option. Press R1 to alternate 
beteween your players. The "Gear" option lets you change between your present
and bought apparel and racquets. The "Rest" option will recover your players
stamina always a good idea before entering a tournament. Finally the "Exit"
option will retur you to the world map.

Shops: You will encounter quite a few shops as you progress through the game
here you can buy new apparel, raquets and also sign a contract with a partner
of the same sex which is necessary for doubles matches.

Training Games

Stroke Training

===[GMEDSC]====================================================================

Disc Shooter: Ok there is a 4x4 panel of circles in front of your some white
some black and a ball dispenser. Right the objective is to turn all the discs
white. Additionally any black discs in between two white ones will be converted
however vice versa also applies so be careful. The circle shot is a nice 
controlled shot which is useful for this task. You will get 100 points for each
disc turned white plus any combos will add 100 to the previous score. E.g. if
you flip the first disc you get 100 points, then the combo starts you get 100
points for the first disc in the combo, then 200 for the second, then 300 for 
the third and so on.

===[GMETNK]====================================================================

Tank Attack: Ok the second stroke training is easier than the first, but it 
still isn't a free ride. You have 30 seconds to kill both the tanks by sending
the balls back at them. When starting hold X and the analogue stick forward to
pretty much guarantee death to the green tank. Then it's a case of lining your
shots up with the red tank's path which is always a set route of left to right
or vice versa. Kill both tanks to recieve full exp.

Volley Training

===[GMEBLL]====================================================================

Bulls Eye: Ok theres a target in the middle and you have to score 4000 points
in 30 seconds to pass this challenge. Once again the circle shot works well for 
this challenge and so does square.

Scoring: Bulls Eye/Center/X10 - 500 points
         2nd Inner Ring/X5 - 250 points
         1st Inner Ring/X3 - 150 points
         Outer Ring/X1 - 50 points

===[GMEALN]====================================================================

Alien Force: Quite similar to Tank Attack you have to destroy the machines that
are firing tennis balls at you. Destroy them all to pass the challenge. If time
is running out avoid holding down the shot button as it prolongs the animation
wasting time.

Footwork Training

===[GMESTP]====================================================================

Stomper: Ok you have got 25 seconds to crush the required amount of cans noted
in the top left. To do this however you have to keep the ball in play while 
crushing the cans. Plan your next route in advance and aim your shot over there
to keep the ball under control. The square shot works very well on this as it 
is a high, slow shot allowing you time to crush nearby cans. Crushing all the 
cans nets you a significant experience boost and ends your mini game early.

===[GMEDGR]====================================================================

Danger Flags: Quite basic this game you have three lives to get all of the 
flags without being hit by a ball. Quick changes of direction will keep the
dispensers guessing. After losing a life the already captured flags will not
respawn so your work is not wasted.

Serve Training

===[GMEPIN]====================================================================

Pin Crasher: This is one of the more fun mini games along with the other serve
training game. For this you have a set amount of frames to knock down the 
neccessary amount of pins noted in the top right. Each pin knocked down is one
point. Pressing square or circle instead of X to serve adds spin to the ball.
This works in tournaments as well.

===[GMEPRZ]====================================================================

Prize Sniper: There is a conveyor belt rotating various items around in front 
of you and you have a set amount of balls to achieve a set score. The value of
the item hit determins the score you will recieve. For instance an antique 
plate is worth more than a flag.

Note: Sometimes if you hit the correct items in the correct order chaos will
ensue on the belt and your score will go through the roof. It is uncertain
what causes this at the moment any help in identifying how to do this trick 
would be much appreciated and you will recieve full credit. Please email:
ProcessedGamer@googlemail.com

That is now all of the training mini games covered. 

Shops Listing

===[SHOPSS]====================================================================

In this section I will list all of the shops avaliable in the game and all of 
the items they sell. Please note that not all shops will be unlocked at the
beginning of the game. I have not included the partner item as it is the same
throughout the game.

Iceberg Tennis Shop
Racquets: TQW.Pro-112 $40,000 Power: Very Good
                              Angle: Very Good
                              Control: Very Good
          
          3DY.H300 $41,000 Power: Very Good
                           Angle: Average
                           Control: Very Good

          Tornado. M270 $42,000 Power: Good
                                Angle: Good
                                Control: Very Good

          G.AX 98 $43,000 Power: Very Good
                          Angle: Very Good
                          Control: Good

          Double H.Ti 312 $44,000 Power: Excellent
                                  Angle: Average
                                  Control: Average

          XC UltraLite 88 $45,000 Power: Average
                                  Angle: Very Good
                                  Control: Average

Apparel: Polo $5,500
         Polo $5,500
         Polo $6,000
         Polo $6,300
         Polo + Vest $25,000
         Polo + Vest $27,500
         Shorts $5,500
         Shorts $6,300
         Shorts $6,500

Etc: Wristband $2,000
     Wristband $3,000
     Shoes $6,000

Stage: Los Angeles $50,000

Statue
Racquets: DoubleX 108Ti $80,000 Power: Very Good
                                Angle: Very Good
                                Control: Very Good

          TripleZ 99Ti $82,000 Power: Very Good
                               Angle: Very Good
                               Control: Good

          Ti-Power 127 $84,000 Power: Excellent
                               Angle: Good
                               Control: Good

          NW-265 Ti $86,000 Power: Very Good
                            Angle: Good
                            Control: Excellent

          Extreme Ti 1000 $88,000 Power: Excellent
                                  Angle: Good
                                  Control: Good

          St-98 Classic $90,000 Power: Good
                                Angle: Excellent
                                Control: Average

Apparel: Polo + Vest $27,500
         Polo + Vest $30,000
         Polo-Slim $43,000
         Polo-Slim $45,000
         Polo-Slim $49,500
         Polo-Slim $50,000
         Shorts $30,000
         Pants $45,000
         Pants $80,000

Etc: Wristband $2,000
     Wristband $3,000
     Shoes $50,000
     Shoes $50,000
     Shoes $50,000
     Shoes $50,000

Stage: Singapore $100,000

Caribou
Racquets: St-WH $1,000 Power: Poor
                       Angle: Poor
                       Control: Poor
          
          St-BK $1,000 Power: Poor
                       Angle: Poor
                       Control: Poor

          St-SV $1,000 Power: Poor
                       Angle: Poor
                       Control: Poor
        
          St-BL $1,000 Power: Poor
                       Angle: Poor
                       Control: Poor

          St-RD $1,000 Power: Poor
                       Angle: Poor
                       Control: Poor
                      
          St.Pro-110 $5,000 Power: Poor
                            Angle: Poor
                            Control: Poor

Apparel: Polo $500
         Polo $500
         Polo $500
         Polo $500
         Polo $500
         T-Shirt $5,000
         Shorts $500
         Shorts $500
         Shorts $500

Etc: Wristband $500
     Shoes $6,000

Stage: Gold Coast $10,000
       Casablanca $10,000
       Vancouver $10,000
       Rio de Janeiro $10,000

Nomad
Racquets: Maximum-G 111 $20,000 Power: Average
                                Angle: Average
                                Control: Average
 
          Ms.F-92 $21,000 Power: Average
                          Angle: Average
                          Control: Good

          Mb-124H $22,000 Power: Good
                          Angle: Poor
                          Control: Good

          HD.Pro-503 $23,000 Power: Good
                             Angle: Poor
                             Control: Poor

          VonT 268 $24,000 Power: Poor
                           Angle: Good
                           Control: Poor

          CW-305 $25,000 Power: Good
                         Angle: Good
                         Control: Average

Apparel: T-Shirt $4,000
         T-Shirt $4,300
         T-Shirt $4,800
         Polo $5,000
         Polo $5,300
         Polo $5,300
         Shorts $4,700
         Shorts $5,000
         Shorts $5,300

Etc: Wristband $2,000
     Wristband $3,000
     Shoes $6,000

Stage: Barcelona $30,000
       Stockholm $30,000
       Berlin $30,000
       Moscow $30,000

I will now cover thetournaments encountered on the World Tour mode and explain
prize money won, amount of games, rounds etc.

===[TOURNY]====================================================================

Evian Cup
Type: Women's Doubles
Rounds: 2
Games To Win: 3
Prize Money: $40,000
Level: 2

Challengers I
Type: Men's Singles
Rounds: 2
Games To Win: 2
Prize Money: $20,000
Level: 1

Australia Challenge
Type: Men's Singles
Rounds: 1
Games To Win: 6
Prize Money: $140,000
Level: 4

Australia Challenge 
Type: Women's Doubles
Rounds: 1
Games To Win: 6
Prize Money: $120,000
Level: 4

Challengers II
Type: Women's Singles
Rounds: 2
Games To Win: 2
Prize Money: $20,000
Level: 1

BNP Paribas World Doubles
Type: Men's Doubles
Rounds: 2
Games To Win: 3
Prize Money: $36,000
Level: 2

Fila International
Type: Men's Doubles
Rounds: 2
Games To Win: 3
Prize Money: $80,000
Level: 3

Fila International
Type: Women's Singles
Rounds: 3
Games To Win: 3
Prize Money: $81,000
Level: 3

Challengers III
Type: Men's Doubles
Rounds: 2
Games To Win: 2
Prize Money: $20,000
Level: 1

NTT Communication Ladies
Type: Women's Singles
Rounds: 3
Games To Win: 2
Prize Money: $33,000
Level: 2

Wilson Grand Prix
Type: Women's Doubles
Rounds: 2
Games To Win: 3
Prize Money: $64,000
Level: 3

Wilson Grand Prix
Type: Men's Singles
Rounds: 3
Games To Win: 3
Prize Money: $66,000
Level: 3

Lufthansa Tennis Classic
Type: Men's Singles
Rounds: 3
Games To Win: 2
Prize Money: $30,000
Level: 2

French Cup
Type: Women's Singles
Rounds: 1
Games To Win: 6
Prize Money: $180,000
Level: 4

French Cup
Type: Men's Doubles
Rounds: 1
Games To Win: 6
Prize Money: $160,000
Level: 4

Challengers IV
Type: Women's Doubles
Rounds: 2
Games To Win: 2
Prize Money: $20,000
Level: 1

English Trophy
Type: Women's Doubles
Rounds: 1
Games To Win: 6
Prize Money: $200,000
Level: 4

Fossil Doubles Challenge
Type: Men's Doubles
Rounds: 2
Games To Win: 3
Prize Money: $48,000
Level: 2

English Trophy
Type: Men's Singles
Rounds: 1
Games To Win: 6
Prize Money: $220,000
Level: 4

Challengers V
Type: Men's Singles
Rounds: 2
Games To Win: 2
Prize Money: $20,000
Level: 1

Lufthansa Challenge
Type: Women's Doubles
Rounds: 2
Games To Win: 3
Prize Money: $72,000
Level: 3

Lufthansa Challenge
Type: Men's Doubles
Rounds: 2
Games To Win: 3
Prize Money: $70,000
Level: 3

Honda Women's Hardcourt
Type: Women's Singles
Rounds: 3
Games To Win: 2
Prize Money: $45,000
Level: 2

US Super Tennis
Type: Men's Doubles
Rounds: 1
Games To Win: 6
Prize Money: $240,000
Level: 4

US Super Tennis
Type: Women's Singles
Rounds: 1
Games To Win: 6
Prize Money: $260,000
Level: 4

Challengers VI
Type: Women's Singles
Rounds: 2
Games To Win: 2
Prize Money: $20,000
Level:1

Wilson Cup
Type: Women's Doubles
Rounds: 2
Games To Win: 3
Prize Money: $50,000
Level: 2

Volvo Open
Type: Men's Singles
Rounds: 3
Games To Win: 3
Prize Money: $78,000
Level: 3

Volvo Open
Type: Women's Singles
Rounds: 3
Games To Win: 3
Prize Money: $75,000
Level: 3

Challengers VII
Type: Men's Doubles
Rounds: 2
Games To Win: 2
Prize Money: $20,000
Level: 1

Fossil Men's Indoor
Type: Men's Singles
Rounds: 2
Games To Win: 2
Prize Money: $42,000
Level: 2

BNP Paribas Cup
Type: Mixed Doubles
Rounds: 1
Games To Win: 6
Prize Money: $60,000
Level: 2

Sega Cup
Type: Mixed Doubles
Rounds: 1
Games To Win: 6
Prize Money: $90,000
Level: 3

World Tour Final
Type: Mixed Doubles
Rounds: 1
Games To Win: 6
Prize Money: $260,000
Level: 4

Challengers VIII
Type: Women's Doubles
Rounds: 2
Games To Win: 2
Prize Money: $20,000
Level: 1

Super Exhibition
Type: Mixed Doubles
Rounds: 1
Games To Win: 6
Prize Money: $300,000
Level: 5

After all of that Tournament mode is finally complete. I will now give a few 
tips and hints for the ball games and then that will be the missions so to 
speak of this game over.

Ball Games

===[BLKBST]====================================================================

Blockbuster: The default high score for this game is 100,000 with 340 blocks
"busted". All you have to do is serve towards the blocks. Hitting a block 
destroys it lowering the other blocks into reach. Try a weak serve to hit the
lower blocks.

===[FRTDSH]====================================================================

Fruit Dash: The high score is 100,000 with 250 pieces of fruit collected. If
you have played World Tour this game is a lot like Danger Flags only you don't
have lives just an energy bar that depeletes if your hit. So bascially collect
all the fruit while avoiding balls and junk food. Your energy bar is depleting
all the time collect fruit to top it up. Eating junk food will deplete the bar
and being hit by a ball will deplete the bar and reset you back to the original
starting position.

===[BLOKER]====================================================================

Blocker: High score is 50,000. This game sees you at the opposite angle you 
usually are defending your blocks. Your blocks will start off green, then when
hit will go to yellow, then red and then finally dissapear. The dispenser will
flash when it's about to release a ball and hitting it with a ball will get you
bonus points. Your points are constantly increasing depending on the amount of
blocks you have and the quality they are in.

===[BALOON]====================================================================
 
Balloon Smash: The starting high score is 100,000 with 110 balloons smashed.
You start this game with 45 seconds on the clock. Balloons will fall as the 
game goes on. Smash all of one colour to get a needed time bonus.

Well thats the game complete then. You still have the exhibition mode to enjoy
but that's just simple tennis as is quick game and tournament so you don't need
help with that. I hope you have enjoyed the game and I hope this guide has 
proved useful. 

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