Excerpt: At times I find it difficult to review retro titles. Especially when we are talking about graphics. Mario Tennis may have looked great back in the day, but now the characters look really blocky. Nintendo has improved the details on their characters in numerous ways since Mario Tennis first graced the Nintendo 64.
Excerpt: Mario Tennis put the sport of tennis on my radar. In fact, the only reason why I am currently involved in tennis at all is because of this Nintendo 64 smash hit (no pun intended). The fundamental rules, techniques, etc. were all displayed vividly and excited me about my prospects for playing relatives and friends. This game led me to becoming more active in an unfamiliar game that I likely would not have grown to love otherwise.
Excerpt: Mario Tennis has the characteristics of a tennis game, with the spice of a Nintendo game. It doesn't matter if you have ever played tennis in your life. It is an easy game that you can pick up and play in a very short time.
Pros: The multi-player mode is perfect at a party with your friends.
Cons: There are only a few mini games in this game, but they are a great challenge to beat.
Excerpt: The tennis sports genre has to be one of the most overlooked genres in videogames. Much like golf, it lacks larger than life personalities and the fast-paced gameplay that publishers and gamers look for in sports games. The unusual scoring system, often tedious pacing of tennis matches and snooty reputation of the sport itself do not help matters, either.
Conclusion: Der er tre kommentarer til artiklen Faktaboks Medie Nintendo 64 Udgivelsesdato 12. okt 2000 Produktions�r 2000 Udvikler Camelot Software Planning Udgiver Nintendo Udl�nt af Nintendo Se ogs�: GameCube: Mario Power Tennis GameBoy: Mario Tennis Kommentarer 3 - hop til Spilfeatures Antal spillere 1-4 ELSPA rating 3+ Onlinespil nej Underst�tter: N64 Rumble Pak Billeder De andres mening AP Det er ikke Virtua Tennis, men inden for egne rammer er det en sand Nintendo-perle.
Excerpt: Después del vestigio imborrable dejado en Nintendo 64, Camelot se atreve en versionar su, de momento, más afortunada proyección: Mario Tennis. Un RPG deportivo que hará palidecer incluso a la versión de 64 Bits...