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Mario Tennis Aces Pre-Launch Online Tournament Demo Available Through June 3

Mario Tennis Aces

Mario Tennis Aces Pre-Launch Online Tournament Demo Available Through June 3

The Mario Tennis Aces pre-launch online tournament demo event is scheduled to begin on June 1 at 6:00 PM PDT, and run through June 3 at 11:59 PM PDT. To join, simply download the free demo from the Nintendo eShop and launch it during the scheduled time.

UPDATE: (6-1) The demo is available now.

Mario Tennis Aces is scheduled to launch on June 22.


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  1. Can’t wait for this game. I loved the original on the n64 and I’m so happy this has a simple mode where you don’t have to play with a bunch of power ups. Can’t wait!
    June 22nd needs to hurry up and get here!
    And even though the in-game notices say that to unlock the Mario outfit you have to play the online tourney, you actually can get it from just playing a quick practice match against the CPU.
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    My early impressions... Loving it!! Gameplay is fast-paced and balanced. I think this game has the potential to be a grand slam for Nintendo.
    I will be picking the retail version up on the 22nd.
    So Camelot decided to remove the ability to adjust match length and make choosing courts a chore.
    You can only select a tiebreaker to 6 (must win by 2) or a first to 2 games match. That’s it.
    You CAN choose your court, but you have to go into settings and de-select all of the other options so that only the court you want to play on will be selected.
    Amazing how two things that were in every other Mario Tennis game are now just gone. (Even though the screen during match breaks show spaces for a 5-set match).
    Boo this times eleventybillion.
    This game is downright trash. They took Mario Tennis Ultra Smash (a game that was panned for being bare-bones), removed Mega Battle, Mega Ball Rally, amiibo functionality, various court surfaces, ability to unlock star characters and other characters through coins, ability to have 3 and 5 set matches and basically just added a solo adventure mode, targeting to break rackets, and stupid flips.
    The mini games in adventure mode are not fun at all. They’re a chore to finish just to move on to the next level. And the ship mast? The absolute worst.
    I’m at a loss for how reviewers have scored this higher than Ultra Smash and some are calling this the best Mario Tennis game. GTFOH.
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