(GB / Game Boy)

Tennis (GB / Game Boy)

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Tennis, anyone?

Game Boy Tennis for realistic match play action.

You can try power serves, skillfully placed shots, lofty lobs, and killer cross courts. Umpire Mario will call the close ones!

So, get ready to serve, and match the baseline - it's Tennis, for everyone!

Game Review


Europe PAL Version

Posted by Marcel van Duyn

8-bit balls

Remember Tennis on the NES? Well, it's back, and this time it's in portable format! The Game Boy version of Tennis is pretty much a remake of the NES game: it's got the same extremely basic setup, but it has been polished it up slightly. Just like with...

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User Comments (7)



StarBoy91 said:

I always liked how Mario was surveying the matches from the umpire's seat; this game is really fun



Birdman said:

I need a good tennis game for my 3DS. Please let this come to NA soon!



FigetingPigeon said:

As soon as I saw this was getting released in Europe for the 3DS Virtual Console, I had to download it. Brings back fond memories playing this in the early nineties on the original Gameboy. Its just a fun game to pick up and play after all these years and having Mario cameo as umpire is brilliant.



Mo_Joe said:

It's a shame Nintendo's charging fairly heavy money for these games. AUS$4.50 is too much for something like this. If it was say, $2, I would buy it straight away.



ChaosTheChao said:

Am I the yougest person on this website? Everyone else talks about playing games "back in the nineties". I was born then!

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