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Mario Tennis
Game Profile
Description

Mario Tennis is an action-packed sports game featuring Mario, Donkey Kong and many more of Nintendo’s biggest stars Mario Tennis is a blast for one player, and the incredible four-player mode is fast, fun and totally out of control. As its cast of characters suggests, Mario Tennis presents fantasy tennis which is nonviolent and easy for beginning players to master.

Reviews

Review
Written by Alan Rumpf on 09/02/00
Camelot has developed another amazingly fun and addictive sports game in Mario Tennis.


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INFO BOX
PLATFORM:
Nintendo 64
PUBLISHER:
Nintendo
DEVELOPER:
Camelot Software
GENRE: Sports
PLAYERS:   1-4
RELEASE DATE:
August 28, 2000
ESRB RATING:
Everyone
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