Reviews and Problems with NEW PLAY CONTROL! Mario Power Tennis
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No Gamecube Controller Support
Ben P, Amazon
17 April 2014
Summary: Mario Power Tennis is one of my favorite games of all time. The Gamecube version is a deep and extraordinarily fun game. The Wii version breaks a pretty good thing. The problem is all about controller support. The only way to play the Wii version of Mario Power Tennis is with a wiimote, making it essentially a slightly more Nintendo-branded Wii Tennis. But this Wii Tennis isn't free; it cost twenty-five bucks.
it's fun but not as great as on GC-- overview of controls
Koozi Guy "-Guy-", Amazon
21 July 2013
Summary: I knew the controls wouldn't be great coming in, but I was still disappointed. It's unnatural and complicated, and even then doesn't respond well. to choose what direction you hit (right or left) depends on how close the ball is to you when you hit. if you swing at it a little early, it goes to the left, a little late, more to the right.
Summary: The GC version was one of my favorite games on the gamecube. I was so happy to see they were bringing it back to the Wii. This game is so much fun and the bonus games are even funner with the Wii remote.
Ryan Sil. (Creator of Dynamite Alex for Andro..., Amazon
1 January 2012
Summary: Mario Power Tennis is a tough game to rate. Not just because it's Tennis with minigames, but Mario Tennis: Power Tour for GBA had an RPG mode that this version lacks. Also, I'm noticing that people are complaining about the Wii's motion controls. I don't understand why. I guess they didn't want it to be like actual Tennis? Mario Power Tennis is, of course, a game of Tennis with Mario characters in it. Well, actually, there's much more to it.