Mario Tennis Open Review | Modojo

Chris Buffa (Modojo): Mario Tennis Open will likely disappoint a few Nintendo fans, largely because it's among the more content-lite entries in the series. You can forget about role-playing elements from its handheld predecessors, or the annoying character specific power shots from the console side (happy to see those get the boot). This title's more casual friendly, with a heavier emphasis on letting the computer take the reigns to make things easier for novices, while a more in-depth social element allows players to compete against friends in singles or doubles matches locally, via download play and even online. You know what? Fine by me.

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