GC: Rockstar Presents Table Tennis debut gameplay video

Ever since Rockstar pulled their unexpected title about Table Tennis to a Manhunt-hungry, Grand Theft Auto-accustomed world, everyone and their mother’s pet dog have been clamoring for a Wii version. After all, with the game’s focus on the fast-paced, breakneck rallying action of Table Tennis rather than picking up escorts in your stolen ride, it should find a very comfortable home with the Wii and its motion-tracking capabilities.

Now, it seems that Rockstar has granted our wishes – and here is the very first video of Rockstar Presents Table Tennis for the Wii, courtesy from the vigilant people over at GC.

Looking at the video, it seems that the Wii version of the game has kept the original title’s spirit intact – that is, the supreme focus of the game being to emulate just how it is to fight an opponent in so small a battlefield and even smaller weapons. There’s practically no margin of error in this game, and the fact that you’re in a playing field with the background devoid of light only adds to the pressure some. Gameplay is very smooth and very fluid – we can’t wait to get our hands on it ourselves.

Enjoy the video!

Ever since Rockstar pulled their unexpected title about Table Tennis to a Manhunt-hungry, Grand Theft Auto-accustomed world, everyone and their mother’s pet dog have been clamoring for a Wii version. After all, with the game’s focus on the fast-paced, breakneck rallying action of Table Tennis rather than picking up escorts in your stolen ride, it should find a very comfortable home with the Wii and its motion-tracking capabilities.

Now, it seems that Rockstar has granted our wishes – and here is the very first video of Rockstar Presents Table Tennis for the Wii, courtesy from the vigilant people over at GC.

Looking at the video, it seems that the Wii version of the game has kept the original title’s spirit intact – that is, the supreme focus of the game being to emulate just how it is to fight an opponent in so small a battlefield and even smaller weapons. There’s practically no margin of error in this game, and the fact that you’re in a playing field with the background devoid of light only adds to the pressure some. Gameplay is very smooth and very fluid – we can’t wait to get our hands on it ourselves.

Enjoy the video!

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