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OXM: Sega Superstars Tennis Review

There's no denying that Sega Superstars Tennis relies on its multiplayer to keep the party jumping, with single-player little more than a lonely trek around Sega's candy-coloured museum as easy achievements ping with alarming regularity. Yet the multiplayer is good enough to keep the party going well into the night. And yes, Alex Kidd is in it.

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