Without any doubt, this is one of the best installments if the Mario Tennis series. Not only for the number of game modes it offers, but because of its addictive gameplay. Mario Tennis Aces is a must-buy for Nintendo Switch owners.
Mario Tennis Ace is another must have for the Switch library. With various forms of play, it appeals to different types of players of different ages and genres, for hours and hours . The main issue: we have a great competitive game, but with a poor online performance, leaving a bitter taste of having bought an incomplete game.
Super Tennis is great 2p fun. This is Super Tennis with good graphics.
Sort your menu's out Nintendo because these menu's are a joke. Think of it as a 3D variation of Windjammers. If you like Windjammers, you'll like this.
Aces delivers as a competent arcade tennis game, and the new mechanics are fun and important enough that I would be surprised to see them removed in a future Mario Tennis. The difficulty spikes in the campaign are frustrating, but not impossible to overcome. Leveling Mario even as you fail makes the losses sting less (though I would have killed for a quick retry option) and I was always eager to see what I would be doing next.
Mario Tennis Aces gives the arcade tennis series a massive injection of depth, turning this family friendly sports title into a tactical, fast-paced chess game that is a thrill to play against other people. Its depth is well explained in a limited story mode that has some interesting ideas, but it’s a tougher sell if you’re not looking to lose yourself in hours and hours of online play.
Neither easy nor unforgiving, it makes you wonder who Aces is really for; stalwart Mario fans may love the premise but find the complex combos tricky to master, whilst tennis purists may love the core game, but also struggle to adjust to those special abilities...That said, it’s beautiful, it’s polished, and it will likely be a smash hit for anyone who’s been waiting all these years for a complex and challenging Mario tennis game.
Queria maior sucesso desse game. Queria ver um online mais cheio. Queria mais suporte da Nintendo. Eu gosto do jogo. Acho a melhor mecânica dos jogos do Mario. Mas não vale hoje seu dinheiro e sua compra pois o online é pessimo. Já tive lag e o maior problema é não encontrar partida.
Mario Tennis Aces is the single most disappointing game I have ever played. I do not live in my parents basement, and I am not a priest who worships Mario Sunshine. I bought this game because I thought it would be good. This game didn’t launch with an opening cutscene. When I was told that, I laughed. No one could make a game without an opening cutscene. And yet…. The “story mode” is stupid. You gain nothing from it. I didn’t play past the mansion. The story mode was frankly, lackluster and pointless. The stage selection is bad, as you have to choose everything you need every single time. The character selection is good (you can play as Pauline!) but some characters you have to get through online. You can’t get them if you don’t have online, and they cycle through monthly! Do they think this keeps people “engaged”? I didn’t even bother with the other Mario sports games, and they were the same as this one. The sentence that sums this game up the most is “What happened here?”
SummaryA new Mario Tennis game is bringing a new level of skill and competition to Nintendo Switch. Mario steps onto the court in classy tennis garb for intense rallies against a variety of characters in full-blown tennis battles. New wrinkles in tennis gameplay will challenge your ability to read an opponent's position and stroke to determine ...