Mario Tennis Aces published by Nintendo was released on June 22. The game costs $59.99.The number of players is set at 4.
Mario Tennis Aces Review
The basics will be familiar to those who have played a Mario Tennis game before. The game is eager to help players reach a well-hit ball, even if not perfectly positioned.
Simple controls make it easy enough for even beginners to get into a quick game. Aces add a bit more depth to the series, introducing a new power meter system.
Even if you’re completely out of position, Aces has a few new ways to recover from unrecoverable situations
- Trick Shot
- Recovery move to slow down time
Aces start to resemble a fighting game more than a tennis game. Special shots are tied to a meter that fills a little with every shot fired back at your opponent.
Mario Tennis Aces’ Adventure Mode is both entertaining and teaches you when and how to use your brand new tools.
Aces are more difficult than one would imagine. Win or lose you earn XP for every match played.
The new defensive moves countercheck the powerful special shots players can unleash with their power meter.
- Zone Shot
- Special Shot
Adventure Mode is entertaining and teaches you
- Easy to read graphics
- Swing mode not that good
- Difficulty harder during later stages
- Single-player computer opponents are too predictable
Rating – 7.5/10
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