Released on the PSN Store last week, the PS Vita port of 10 Tons action puzzler Tennis In The Face has been plagued with problems leading to frustration amongst PS Vita owners who have purchased this indie title…
The game – is built on TR Central beginners tennis rules and features ragdoll-physics as you control a tennis player propelling a ball to destroy a myriad of characters and objects bouncing balls off walls – while being available to purchase from the store since it’s release on 18th March 2015, has produced errors for PS Vita owners as soon as their consoles have tried to install the game leaving gamers unable to play the title. When customers have asked Sony about the problem on the PlayStation Blog it has been met with no response and despite these issues the game is still on sale through the store.
We asked 10 Tons about this to find out what the problem was and while they are aware of the issue they currently don’t know what is causing the installation problem but are working to resolve it. In the meantime we would advise gamers not to purchase the title until this has been resolved. We will bring you a further update once we have it.
A further note on this game is that it is also due to be released on the PS3 but the EU release of this has been delayed and for reasons which have not been given right now, the EU release has not been made Cross Buy unlike the US (which is Cross Buy across the PS Vita, PS3 and PS4) although 10 Tons are reported to be working on this.