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161. Posted: Sun 13th May 2012 23:21 BST
No Shy Guy or Koopa Troopa?
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162. Posted: Mon 14th May 2012 12:14 BST
Pretty decent bunch of characters,better than Mario Kart 7 at least.I hope there's some more characters DLC wise.
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163. Posted: Mon 14th May 2012 13:37 BST
No Shy Guy is a slight downer, but if the roster is better than Mario Kart 7's then that's fine.
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164. Posted: Mon 14th May 2012 14:32 BST
Me playing Mario Kart 7 : Why Nintendo? Nobody likes Honey Queen.
165. Posted: Mon 14th May 2012 14:39 BST
I want to be more excited for this game, but it sounds like it lacks much content...kind of got bored with the Gamecube one due to the same reason. They should have just given us the darn RPG in this game like the GBC version.
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166. Posted: Mon 14th May 2012 17:34 BST
Uhm, there is a Baby Mario in this game, but No Baby Luigi? Oh, and there is a Baby Peach instead? And come on: Luma and Dry Bowser? Still not a great selection of characters, but it's better than MK7's roster.
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167. Posted: Mon 14th May 2012 17:49 BST
I have to say, for some reason I am glad to see Baby Mario again. Yoshi will always be my favorite, but it's nice to have some not as much seen characters too....not that Baby Mario is exactly a rare character in these games, but.
168. Posted: Mon 14th May 2012 20:33 BST
Interesting, I just learned that you can actually play all of Super Mario Bros. in Super Mario Tennis. I didn't think they would do that.
169. Posted: Mon 14th May 2012 22:27 BST
If this is true than I am sold on this game, it is one of the few features besides that interests me.
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170. Posted: Mon 14th May 2012 22:52 BST
NintyFan wrote:Interesting, I just learned that you can actually play all of Super Mario Bros. in Super Mario Tennis. I didn't think they would do that.If this is true than I am sold on this game, it is one of the few features besides that interests me.
I read about it from a Youtube video description from GameInformer, so it must be true. I'm curious to see how the water levels and Bowser fights work, but I'll wait until I get the game.
171. Posted: Mon 14th May 2012 23:01 BST
@NintyFan, I'm not sure about that. I've seen videos of people playing it saying its only the first 4 levels of the game.
172. Posted: Tue 15th May 2012 02:21 BST
Could be the demo in store displays; I saw a MTO demo at my local Best Buy when I was there like 10 days ago, and it had a Super Mario Tennis activity within the demo. I can't actually say whether that's true was true or not (the 1st 4 levels or all 32 levels); I was too busy worrying about finding my mom a Mother's Day present and wondering how long I had been in the store (I was supposed to be mowing the lawn at a property my parents own and the Best Buy is midway between my house and the property).
Anyway, I think it's likely that the full Super Mario Tennis game in MTO will have all 32 levels; Camelot is nowhere near as busy as it was last gen, so I'd vote for all 32 ... and perhaps even more.
Edited on Tue 15th May, 2012 @ 02:23 by Birdman
173. Posted: Tue 15th May 2012 13:40 BST
The video is someone with the full game so I'm not sure Anyways, I have to go to Best Buy so I can try out this game!
I'm not getting it on May 20, so I'm counting on everyone on here to tell me how it is before I would supposedly get it for my birthday in June.
174. Posted: Tue 15th May 2012 14:05 BST
I'm glad Luma is playable,but it's a shame Rosalina isn't in.
175. Posted: Tue 15th May 2012 14:11 BST
Pretty sure Super Mario Tennis is only four levels in the full game, which is disappointing, but oh well, I'm not buying the game for that.What I'm concerned about is how laggy the online multiplayer is because that'll ultimately decide how long I'll spend with this game.Still looking forward to getting it on the 24th nonetheless.
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176. Posted: Tue 15th May 2012 15:26 BST
Pretty cool that they added unlockable characters through QR codes. I think it adds a little something to it personally, when you have to hunt things down in real life to unlock something in game. ...kind of makes me think of the days when you had to right things down in Zelda games, or even make little maps on paper yourself. Really gets you involved. I remember what I was like 8, writing down, '23 is number 1!'...
177. Posted: Tue 15th May 2012 15:32 BST
There's only 4 unlockable characters right?
178. Posted: Tue 15th May 2012 15:34 BST
Its looks like it.Then there is a few extra's through QR codes, but I don't want to but them here just in case if people are afraid of spoilers.... Favorite unlockable for me may be Baby Mario.
179. Posted: Tue 15th May 2012 19:17 BST
So there's more than 4 then?
180. Posted: Tue 15th May 2012 19:20 BST
If you count the QR codes (from what I've read anyway) yes.But (KIND OF A SPOILER)I think the QR code ones are just different color Yoshi's so far....not much of a bad thing though considering that's my favorite character.