Virtua Tennis 4’s PC version gets one last sale before it gets removed from Steam

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SEGA announced today that Virtua Tennis 4 will be removed from the Steam store on April 23rd. So before it will no longer be possible to buy the PC version, SEGA has put the game on sale for 80% off the normal price. As with all games on Steam that were removed from the store, you will still be able to download it from your library after its removal. However, the game still uses Games for Windows Live, of which online services no longer work. So you won’t be able to play the game online.

Virtua Tennis 4 isn’t the first SEGA game to be removed from Steam. Outrun 2006: Coast to Coast was removed from the store back in 2010, and in 2011 Happy Tree Friends: False Alarm was de-listed as well.

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3 responses to “Virtua Tennis 4’s PC version gets one last sale before it gets removed from Steam

  1. Ashley Hakker says:

    Should I get this? I’m a big fan of Sega arcade games but is this more of a sports game than an arcade game by this itteration?

  2. Hi there, bought virtual tennis 4 from steam but it doesnt work for me. it says corrupt or missing configuration file.,.. not $5 well spent.. shame because I want more games from steam but it doesnt work.. I have windows 8

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