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Mario Tennis Open review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of Mario Tennis Open from Camelot and Nintendo for the Nintendo 3DS. Mario Tennis Open is the first Mario tennis game since Mario Power Tennis, released eight years ago for the GameCube. And if only because it's done by the same developer, this game has an immediately satisfying feel. Mario Tennis Open is a throwback to the best Mario sports games. Accessible, but slightly complex. Colorful, but faithful to the game. Mario tennis plays exactly like you remember. It forces you through a tutorial at the beginning, the first of many additions to make things more accessible, but if you've played Mario Power Tennis, you won't need it. Mario Tennis Open is the same expertly balanced game of arcade tennis at its core. This video review features video gameplay footage of Mario Tennis Open for the Nintendo 3DS and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Derek.
24 Sep 2012
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5 Dec 2012
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Videogame Trailers The Special Games mode in Mario Tennis Open lets players hone their tennis skills while enjoying tennis games with a Mario twist. Watch the Special Games trailer to see some of the fun mini-games in Mario Tennis Open. There's a surprise!
10 Apr 2012
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Mario and friends take to the court, but will they serve up an ace or will it be a double fault? Find out in this video review for Mario Tennis Open 3D.
23 Aug 2012
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28 Jun 2012
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The Electric Playground Season: 21 The Rundown for Thursday, February 23, 2012
24 Feb 2012
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Literally, EVERY Mario game ever released, trust me! To show my dedication and fandom of Mario, I created a chronicle of every game! This list shows the box art of every Super Mario game released since his creation by Shigeru Miyamoto of Nintendo in 1981, which spans from Donkey Kong (1981,) to Super Mario Galaxy 2 (2010.) The games that do not have a box art or do not feature Mario on the cover use annonations. Games that only feature cameos - Punch-Out!! - Mario was the referee NBA Street V3 & SSX On Tour - Mario, Luigi & Peach became playable due to a deal with Nintendo to add them in the Gamecube versions. This list excludes Japan's Sattelaview Mario games to keep the time of 11 minutes to fit YouTube's standards. These games are... 1) Dr. Mario BS Version 2) BS Super Mario Collection 3) Yoshi's Panel de Pon 4) Mario Excite Bike 5) Mario Paint BS Version Forgotten Games: Super Mario Bros: The Lost Levels Yakuman DS Tennis (NES) Source: Wikipedia *******en.wikipedia****/wiki/List_of_Mario_games_by_year **CREATOR'S NOTE** I just want to say that I'm extremely proud to have the most accurate Super Mario Bros. chronicle on YouTube, and it is my most viewed video with over 40,000 views! I wanna thank all you YouTubers for rating and favoriting the video, and if you can, spread this vid around the Web so people can see the TRUE Mario timeline! The Legacy Continues ---- Mario VS Donkey Kong: Mini-Land Mayhem! Super Mario All Stars 25th Anniversary Edition Mario Sports Mix Mario & Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games Super Mario 3D Land Mario Kart 7 Paper Mario 3DS Mario Party 9 Luigi's Mansion 2 Fortune Street Mario Tennis Open 2D Mario Title for 3DS*
13 May 2012
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