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Mario Power Tennis (Nintendo Selects)

Platform : Nintendo Wii
Rated: Everyone
4.3 out of 5 stars 41 customer reviews

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  • The wild multiplayer action of the Nintendo GameCube hit, Mario Power Tennis, returns with added Wii controls and widescreen presentation.
  • With Wii controls, players simply swing the Wii Remote controller to hit forehands and backhands and to apply spin. The motion controls open this classic game to new gamers and offers experienced gamers the option to attach a Nunchuk controller for additional precision.
  • Players can play as familiar characters from the Mario universe. Every character has a defensive and offensive Power Shot that can send opponents reeling or return out-of-reach balls.
  • Players can be as crazy as they like. Play traditional tournaments, or hit the Gimmick Courts for wild matches not possible in the real world.
  • This game was originally released for the Nintendo GameCube system. The ability to use Wii controllers has been added to this version.
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The stars of the Mushroom Kingdom are gathering for a tennis tournament, and the competition is going to be fierce. Using the Wii Remote, players actually become their Mushroom Kingdom heroes on the tennis courts. Every lob and smash a player makes is translated into motions by their characters on the court.

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  • ASIN: B008171AZ8
  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 5.3 x 0.6 inches ; 4 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: June 10, 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (41 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,304 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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It is hard to believe that Nintendo is ending its original run for the Nintendo Wii, and bringing out the next level of gameplay with the upcoming Wii U. Many gamers are anxious to see what he next rabbits out of the hat Nintendo will be coming out with next. But for those whom have already bought the original Wii, that doesn't mean that there are still some great games worth checking out. Back in 2008, they have decided to reissue some of their classic game from the Nintendo Gamecube, and re-develop and re-design them with controls suited for the Wii-mote. That was the case with Donkey Kong Jungle Beat, Pimkin 2 and Mario Power Tennis. The games have delivered each well from the early 2000's on the Gamecube, and they have each delivered again on the Wii. But, they have all recently been re-released at a much less expensive price. The question is though is it still worth the money for a single Game, Set, Match?! Absolutely.

Nintendo Selects: Mario Power Tennis brings in a serving action that only Mario and his friends know how to do in tennis. The gameplay is still just as strong as even when it was originally released on the Wii and the Gamecube several years ago. The game handles well as Mario, Luigi, Yoshi and his friends try to serve their way to the championship of the mushroom kingdom. The game is very exciting as you serve your way on classic courts including clay and grassy courts, all the way to courts on Bowser's castle to a classic original 80's style Mario Brothers themed court with pow blocks, to the mayhem of the Wario Factory.
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This is a game for the whole family to enjoy. I enjoy playing it with my kids. we have a lot of fun and we get a little competitive but we always have fun. At first it was a little difficult for me to use the remote with nunchuck but I got the hang of it. Graphics are great as always from Nintendo.
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its a really great family and friend game if you like playing with friends and family I like how in the game you can choose what character you wanna be and they have their own different unique way of playing.
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We rented this at our local video store and my 6 year old granddaughter loved it so much I had to buy it. She loves anything Mario and can play this game on her own.
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it is fun to play with others, a little bit complicated to understand,though. It is perfect to play with friends. good entertainment!
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This game has its interesting features: the wii-style remote allows you to stand up and play as if you were playing a real tennis match (but if you're actually a tennis player, you'll notice outside of a swing-like motion there isn't much alike). I did not like how the tournament mode was set up; I was wooping easy characters in 3 games when I was hoping for more challenging 6-game sets. Also, I'm personally not a fan of the special "power" shots. They felt like a last-minute implementation to make the game have a unique feature.

I feel the need to include one positive thing: I always enjoy the numerous characters to choose from and playing this with friends is potentially a lot of fun.

In terms of a challenging tennis game that answered to my inner competitive nature, I might have expected too much of the Mario franchise.
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Don't expect world class tennis action here--this is just for fun. In fact, you can set it so that as long as the player waits for the ball to bounce, s/he can't miss, which is great for younger players. They'll *think* they need to run around the room, swing high or low, slice the ball, etc., and will use up lots of energy playing. Perfect activity for an active kid on a rainy day.
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I remember playing this game for 64 and loved it. It's a little different but I can't honestly remember how I played this game for 64. But it's a fun game, especially being able to swing like your playing tennis. The only thing I kinda don't like is the excessive power ups; I'm sure there's a way to turn them off or would think so but I don't know; Haven't looked around.
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