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Review: Mario Tennis (Wii U eShop / N64)

Mario Tennis (Wii U eShop / N64)

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Some people would say Mario Tennis is worthy of praise solely for the fact it introduces the glorious specimen known as Waluigi into the Nintendo World. These people are right, but you can't write a full review out of that. In all seriousness, Mario Tennis marks a highlight in Nintendo's adaptation of the sport into a fun, casual style...

News: Mario Tennis is Smashing Its Way to the Wii U Virtual Console This Week

Mario Tennis is Smashing Its Way to the Wii U Virtual Console This Week

The original classic

The Nintendo 64 was home to various classics and also kickstarted some key franchises, and though Mario Tennis may not be on many top 10 lists for the system it is - in the opinion of this writer - up there with the most fun games on the console. Yes, that's nostalgia speaking. One of a number of games on the N64 that had...

First Impressions: Holding Court with Mario Tennis: Ultra Smash

Holding Court with Mario Tennis: Ultra Smash

Racquet Riot

A surprise service sent over the net in Nintendo's Digital Event at this year's E3, Mario Tennis: Ultra Smash for Wii U marks the first home console appearance of this particular Mario Sport in over 10 years. If early impressions are anything to go by, it's one to watch for - the demo we played on the show floor was very simple,...

News: Mario Tennis: Ultra Smash Is Coming To The Wii U Centre Court This Holiday Season

Mario Tennis: Ultra Smash Is Coming To The Wii U Centre Court This Holiday Season

Game, set and match

During today's Digital Event at E3 Nintendo has been revealed that the Mario Tennis series is blasting onto Wii U this Christmas in the shape of Mario Tennis: Ultra Smash, bringing with it the usual arcade-style gameplay the franchise is famed for. This time around, the Mega Mushroom power-up will be making the cut, and will...

Nintendo 64x64: Mario Tennis

Mario Tennis

Quite the smash

It wasn't the portly plumber's first outing on the virtual court, but Mario Tennis was nevertheless the first smash-hit in the franchise. The simple control input is easy to understand, yet allows for advanced techniques too; the control sticks enhances accuracy greatly. The single-player tournament mode is a bit drawn and...

Review: Mario Power Tennis (Wii U eShop / GBA)

Mario Power Tennis (Wii U eShop / GBA)

Raising a racquet

Originally released on Game Boy Advance in 2005, Mario Power Tennis is unusual in that it takes the tennis simulation genre and embeds it into a role-playing game experience. It’s a combination that works surprisingly well, with the biggest success being a player progression system which allows you to level up your character and...