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Mario Tennis Wii Review

Have you ever played the really good game Mario Power Tennis for the Gamecube? Well if you have you've played this game completely with the exception of being able to use the Wii-mote to do your swinging. Now I know what you're thinking, is it going to be a disappointment like the Mario Baseball game, well we shall see.

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First off the graphics look like they haven't changed one bit, I know that we are talking about the jump from a Gamecube to a Wii, but there should be some difference. Actually in some of the menus the characters really look rough around the edges, and make the Gamecube version look better.

The music and sounds are taking right out of the Gamecube game and that's not that big of a surprise since this is that game exactly just with a different set of controls thrown on top. If you like Mario style music you're not going to be disappointed, but if you're expecting NEW Mario style music, well this just isn't going to deliver for you.

The controls are probably the part that have the most people holding their breaths. I have to say that it is a relief to say that this controls match those of the Wii Sports Tennis game, and improve on them. You will actually be able to move your character around the court instead of having your friend find that one exploit that screws you every time in Wii Sports. Now the swinging isn't the most precise thing and sometimes the controls can act a little sluggish, but this is a huge step in the right direction.

Super Mario Tennis

Wii de Asobu: Mario Tennis GC(Wii) by loopy_101 on July 26, 2011 The biggest problem with Mario Power Tennis lies in the price-tag. Originally released on Gamecube back in 2004, this Nintendo exclusive is part of the long-line of sport related Mario bros. Mario Tennis Nintendo Wii Video Games; Skip to page navigation. Filter (2) Mario Tennis Nintendo Wii Video Games. Shop by Price. Mario Tennis GC (Wii de Asobu) [Japan Import]. Mario Tennis GC (Wii de Asobu) Japanese Format (NTSC-J). We also deduct handling fee. Gallery:Mario Tennis Aces. From the Super Mario Wiki. • New Super Mario Bros. Wii • Super Mario 3D Land • Super Mario 3D World • Super Mario 64. The Wii console in all territories except Japan and South Korea, making it the first game included with the launch of a Nintendo system since Mario's Tennis for the Virtual Boy in 1995. Oct 01, 2008 In 2009, Nintendo plans on releasing Chibi Robo!, Pikmin 2, Mario Tennis GC, Metroid Prime, and Metroid Prime 2 Dark Echoes. Amazon's Choice for 'mario wii tennis' Mario Power Tennis (Nintendo Selects) Jun 10, 2012. ESRB Rating: Everyone. Nintendo Wii. $23.26 $ 23 26 Prime. Mario Tennis GC (Wii de Asobu) [Japan Import] ESRB Rating: Everyone. Nintendo Wii. $111.29 $ 111 29. FREE Shipping on eligible orders. More Buying Choices.

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The gameplay is really simple, you are going to play Tennis, either singles or doubles. You will get to play on different courts, some with twists to them that make the game interesting. There are 3 game types, you have the regular mode, the rings mode, and the gimmick mode. The first and the last modes are the ones that you're going to want to play, just my personal opinion. You'll also get to choose from Exhibition mode, tournament, and mini-games. I recommend not doing the mini-games and just focusing on the actual tennis portion of the game.

Mario Tennis Aces Review

I really wish that Nintendo had given us an all new Tennis game, but seeing as that's not happening as of yet, I guess this will have to do. If you like Tennis and Mario themed sports games, pick this up, even if you have the Gamecube copy. The game gets deducted points for not being original and having Mario Tennis Wii, but I give this game an 8.4 out of 10.