Mario Tennis Open for Nintendo 3DS
3DS

Mario Tennis Open

May 20, 2012
7.85
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Average
201st of 610

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Content Rating: Everyone

Summary

Mario and his Mushroom Kingdom friends return to the court for a flurry of intense tennis action, from engaging singles and doubles matches to skill-building Special Games and online play. Using the built-in wireless features of the Nintendo 3DS system, up to four people can play together in local* or online** multiplayer modes and exchange player information via StreetPass. Players can choose between intuitive Touch Screen and gyro sensor controls or strategic button-based gameplay that delivers an even deeper experience. Players can also choose from a variety of playable characters or use their own personalized Mii character as they serve, volley and smash their way up the leaderboards.

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21040 Reviews
8.75
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7.75
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Jan 28, 2020
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Jun 13, 2019
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Critic Reviews

25 Reviews
6.95
Alex SeedhouseMay 17, 2012
Mario Tennis Open is a well-executed game geared toward short-burst play, yet fails to push itself. It is the lack of modes that undermines the entire experience, worsened by AI issues and rather basic multiplayer choices. Still enjoyable, but not capable of scoring the ace that most have been wishing for.
Game TrailersMay 16, 2012
Mario Tennis Open’s single player mode is fun for a few hours, but it will ultimately leave you wanting more. Thankfully, the multiplayer mode with its online functionality will keep you coming back well after you’ve plowed through the main course. Mushroom Kingdom tennis vets will miss the career mode, but anyone just looking for a solid competitive game that’s best enjoyed in short bursts will be well taken care of.
Jon WahlgrenMay 18, 2012
There's no doubt that Mario Tennis Open is a strong and accessible entry in the beloved series, and a group of friends gathered round can lose themselves in it for a long time. Solo players can still have a good time perfecting their skills, and playing online is a nice way to keep things interesting, but the missing RPG mode leaves a pretty big hole that a lack of substantial single-player content struggles to really fill — and unless you're a part of a cabal of 3DS owners you'll miss out on the real heart of the game: punching your wily opponent in the arm after a hard-fought match.

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