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New Play Control! Mario Power Tennis - Nintendo Wii
- multiplayer action
- motion-controlled serves and swings
- attach a Nunchuk controller for additional precision
- widescreen presentation
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Top Customer Reviews
If you take your video games seriously and/or typically spend hours at a time every day playing them, then this certainly will disappoint. As a way to have some fun for a short period a few times a week, not to mention be on your feet burning a few calories, this is a fun game. I'm sure the novelty will wear off, but by then we will have more than gotten our money's worth out of it, fun-wise.
Mario Power Tennis is, of course, a game of Tennis with Mario characters in it. Well, actually, there's much more to it. There are courses that have all kinds of different gimmicks relating to things in the Mario universe, depending on the course you're playing on (Luigi's Mansion's got ghosts come in on certain occasions, for example). The game plays just as well as Wii Sports's Tennis did with the motion controls. It really feels close to actual Tennis.
There are also some fun modes you can play, including a Tournament mode and some pretty fun minigames (Especially when playing with friends). Minigames like Artist on the Court test you to see how fast you can complete the objective given. In this case, you must hit the ball against the wall to color in drawings of Mario and friends.
While there are better Tennis video games out there, like Sega Superstars Tennis and Mario Tennis: Power Tour, it's still nice to play a game that is controlled like real Tennis while still staying true with the Mario feel.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is the version of Mario tennis to get, even if you have the WiiU. I was glad to find a tennis game that allowed you to swing the wiimotes.Published 9 days ago by Matt Starzer
I have Mario Tennis for the 64 and cannot play it anymore because my 64 doesnt work and I wanted Mario Tennis so badly and when they came out with this version I had to have it. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Gina Marie
still great game... a great exercise game as well. ( just put a full swing into each shot :D) no flaws so far in the game so it seems finePublished 19 months ago by Kevin
Mario Power Tennis is one of my favorite games of all time. The Gamecube version is a deep and extraordinarily fun game. The Wii version breaks a pretty good thing. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Ben P