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Submitted by Serjx 1072d ago | review

Mario Tennis Open Review | Upperpad

Upperpad writes: Mario is without doubt one of the most versatile characters in gaming history. Continuously saves the Mushroom Kingdom and his beloved, is an experienced pilot, and excels in almost every sport. And it is normal cycles every Nintendo console in its softeca see many different spin-off dedicated to the mustachioed Italian plumber. Among the various sports titles, Mario Tennis is perhaps the most affordable and attractive to the general public, that unlike a game of skill and hard to digest such as golf can be love at first sight immediately. (3DS, Mario Tennis Open) 72/100

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