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Mario Tennis Open

Platform : Nintendo 3DS
Rated: Everyone
123 customer reviews
Metascore: 69 / 100

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  • Play with 2-4 friends online or go solo in an open match. Play singles, doubles, download play, or co-op modes locally. Or just jump into single-player tournaments and exhibition games
  • The fast-paced tennis gameplay is exciting. Touch screen controls allows anyone to jump in and have fun. More advanced players will want to master multiple types of skill shots.
  • StreetPass features enable the game to continue when you are on the go. Swap Mii characters and show off your skills!
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Product Description

Instantly jump into the multiplayer fun, locally or online, as your Mii or your favorite Mushroom Kingdom character. Discover simple touch screen controls as well as strategic depth with different tennis swings, both which propel the tennis experience into an ever-intensifying crescendo of fun as the volleys go on.

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  • Product Dimensions: 4.9 x 5.3 x 0.6 inches ; 1.6 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: May 20, 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (123 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,001 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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66 of 81 people found the following review helpful By Joe on April 26, 2013
It don't think this game should even be called a Mario tennis game. This game is a shame to previous Mario Tennis games. I've played all the previous iterations. The best imo were the GBA and GBC versions. (I haven't forgotten the N64 or GC versions which were great in their own way but I'm comparing the handheld versions.)

The handheld games had exhibition modes, a story mode, and bunch of mini-games. The most fun was the long story mode. You went to a tennis academy and started out as a noob. As you worked your way up the ranks you leveled up and could decide what stats you wanted to improve. All of that is gone in this game. I mean seriously, even the GC version had a story.

There is pretty much only one mode in this game, exhibition. This is a Mario cart version of tennis. It's boring and I'm very disappointed. They also added some stupid chance shots which takes all the skill and fun away from the game. Doesn't matter what character you use, they are all generic now. You win by luck. This is a just a cash grab and cheap way to use the 3D feature of the 3DS. No story mode, no academy, no stats, no building your own character, no world to explore with characters to talk to and secrets to unlock. It gets boring really fast since you have nothing to keep you going.

Like I said, I'm very disappointed with this game. This is just my opinion though since I loved the previous tennis games. This review is for everyone who is wondering about buying it for these elements. If you haven't played the previous games and don't really care for these missing elements, then I would rate this a 6/10. As a fan, the game is a 2/10. Newcomers will surely enjoy the gameplay but once you have tried the other versions you will understand the potential this game had.

Hopefully one day we will get a true sequel where you return to the Royal Tennis Academy.
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Nicole S on May 29, 2012
As soon as there is a new game that comes out my daughter reads about if from Club Nintendo emails. I saw the day this game was released Toys r us was having a buy one get one 40% off so I jumped on the chance to get another 3DS game for her. She loves it. She has found 4 of the released online unlock able extras through club Nintendo. She says the game is fun not too hard and it doesn't get her sick. There was one game that she played on her 3DS that she actually made her self dizzy because the controls were hard to use. I tried this game too the graphics are really good.
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17 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Pat Kelly on May 23, 2012
Now, with some Mario games they tend to become annoying and they try to do too much with what worked. ie, Super Smash Bros was great, but they started adding power moves and special crap in Brawl, which took away from the classic game. Super Mario Strikers has some weird power-ups. Point is: too many power ups and special moves, not as much fun. This game stuck to its roots, but changed in a way that works.

It's more skillfull than other Mario games. You learn what works against what moves, what buttons to press without thinking, and some technical advantages. But overall, everyone is equal and the game doesn't try to do too much.

There are only a few tournaments, so if you like only one character then you won't play as much, and won't have as much fun. But if you try to play all tournaments with every character, it'll be fun. Also, you play the minigames and if that's not for you, again you're missing out on something. Other than that, there isn't much. Online is very jump-in and play, then leave, then play another. So there's not much to that other than some increased difficulty.

Local multiplayer, which I'm sure not everyone has played yet, is the best. I have played my friends who have 3ds or the game multiple times, and playing each other is fun, so is playing doubles on the same team as them. Download play is great, so both people don't need to buy it (but i'm sure if they have a 3ds they will be convinced to get it anyway). You can also play some mini-games with them, which I'm sure is fun for a bit.

Graphics are good, and 3d isn't overwhelming nor does it try to be. it's there for depth and making it look nice, not trying to overdo it. Even 2d is fine, but i feel like it's missing something. It's all preference.

Controls are great.
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13 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Michael Kerner HALL OF FAMEVINE VOICE on May 20, 2012
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There is no question that when it has came down to the Nintendo 3DS this past year, there has been a lot to offer, yet the one thing that many gamers have wanted is better games. That was the case with The Legend Of Zelda: Ocarina Of Time and Super Mario 3D Land, which brilliantly brought the drive of 3D games to the Nintendo portable family. But with all of that hype, there still have been some games that Nintendo gamers have eagerly awaited in sports. For a long while, many fans of the Mario Tennis games have wanted to see the next step in action. While there was a Mario Tennis game for the Nintendo Gamecube which did extremely well, there wasn't one of the Wii, and instead gamers got treated to a Mario Power Tennis, the same Gamecube game, but using Wii controls. Now, Mario Tennis has finally came to the Nintendo 3DS, and the big question is that is it worth the effort and money? Well, mostly a few aces, but not a complete game, set, and match.

Mario Tennis Open for the Nintendo 3DS, brings in a lot of the ace action of what made Mario Tennis so popular on the home consoles for Nintendo in the first place, by letting you serve you way to the top of the tournament cup. The game is a bit different this time, by featuring online gameplay, which can be fierce and competitive as it is in the game, as now you can actually compete against others in local and multiplayer gameplay, with the streetpass action from the 3DS. The game features of course the traditional round of Nintendo and Mario favorites including the lovable Yoshi, Mario, the clever and tricky serves of Boo and power shot action of Bowser.
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