EA's Sports seems to love assigning easy-to-market names to their game features, but that isn't to say they're not worth highlighting. For example, Madden NFL
's Hit Stick, introduced in Madden NFL 2005
is now a permanent and important feature of the series, where as other features have come and gone (QB Vision, anyone?).
The newest addition to their sports family is Grand Slam Tennis 2
, a sequel to a game not even on the Xbox 360. This new developer diary highlights one of the game's best features: Total Racquet Control.
Grand Slam Tennis 2
hits the clay, grass, and hard court on February 10th in Europe and February 14th in North America.