Hi Reviewer, I agree the graphics and career mode are great but I feel you've been far too kind about the Move support.
The gameplay is terrific with a normal controller but disappointingly it's not enhanced at all by using Move. I've been going down the route of using the Navigation controller to move the player round the court and aim shots, and the Move erm, "torch-thing" to strike the ball.
I guess people who buy this game might approach it with these expectations :
* I want to move the torch and my racket will move on screen in a 1-to-1 reflection of my actions (like the table-tennis game in Sports Champs)
* As Wii-tennis demonstrated so well about 5 years ago, shots can be aimed anywhere on the court by timing your shot carefully.
On the two above points TS4 fails unfortunately. Compared to the other interactive racket sports mentioned above you'll feel very disconnected. I must admit I do still play it using Move just for the sake of burning calories; it's not any more fun in that mode but using Move doesn't make it less enjoyable either.
Thankfully the game doesn't rely on Move to make it fun. You'll enjoy the challenge it offers by using a regular pad and it's bloomin' ruddy fun game when played against mates.
I recommend this game but just don't buy it for the limited fun offered by its Move functionality. Hopefully Virtua Tennis will give us the level of interactivity we crave.
p.s TS4's loading times are a bit slow, and the whole game must be installed on the harddisk.