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Game Description:The acclaimed Mario Tennis for N64 is re-imagined for the GameCube, blending Super Mario imagination with pro tennis to yield a truly unique video game experience. Inventive graphics and gameplay grace the courts as you use hammers, dodge crazy goop, interact with off-court characters, and send the tennis ball blazing in blue trails of light or exploding with energy. Fantasy courts range from an eerie haunted court filled with ghosts to Donkey Kong's jungle kingdom.
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  • X-Play: 'Mario Power Tennis' Review

    Mario loves a lot of things, including Tennis. A few years ago, a game called Mario Power Tennis appeared on the GameCube and became a favorite among Mario enthusiasts. Now that the Wii is here and Mario Power Tennis is a Tennis game, Nintendo decided it'd be a great title to port over with the new controls. Wanna know how that worked out? I'll...

    Posted January 28, 2009| 9 Comments

    X-Play: 'Mario Power Tennis' Review
  • Nintendo Always Planned For GameCube Games On The Wii

    Some Nintendo Wii owners are indignant that the company has so far announced only two titles for winter release (Mario Power Tennis and Pikmin). As if that wasn't bad enough, both games are re-hashed GameCube titles with new controls. It's frustrating, sure, but as MTV's Multiplayer points out, it's not unexpected. Multiplayer spoke to Nintendo...

    Posted January 5, 2009| 62 Comments

    Nintendo Always Planned For GameCube Games On The Wii
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