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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 02:45pm 13/03/09 | 8 Comments
Nintendo are revisiting a few classic GameCube titles to revitalise them with Wii Remote motion sensor functionality, and the first cab off the rank in Australia is Mario Power Tennis.

If anyone ever played the awesome Mario Tennis on the Nintendo 64, you're likely going to be pretty annoyed at how much they undermined the incredible gameplay in that game with Mario Power Tennis on GameCube, and unfortunately adding Wii Remote functionality hasn't really improved this title much.

Hit this link for our review to see if this is a title you might be interested in



Mario Power TennisReview





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Spook
Posted 03:29pm 13/3/09
pretty disappointing that i still cant get a decent game of tennis on my wii :(
parabol
Posted 03:40pm 13/3/09
pretty disappointing that i still cant get a decent game of tennis on my wii :(

Fixed.
Hogfather
Posted 03:46pm 13/3/09
That's not really true parabol.
ctd
Posted 04:13pm 13/3/09
pretty disappointing that i still cant get a decent game on a console :(

Agreed.
Nathan
Posted 06:34pm 14/3/09
I haven't played this, but Mario Tennis on gamecube was a lot of fun.
Zak
Posted 08:58pm 15/3/09
Make a cricket game already ffs!
Spook
Posted 09:00pm 15/3/09
a cricket game other than that horrible beach cricket attrocity
eP
Posted 09:06pm 15/3/09
Make a cricket game already ffs!


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