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Kick It Old School With Mario In His Latest Tennis Outing On The 3DS

Posted on Friday, April 6 @ 08:59:52 Eastern by Alex_Osborn

Sure, Mario's latest outing on the 3DS isn't the most original concept - after all, we have seen a healthy number tennis-centric titles ever since the pipe-traveling plumber discovered the sport during the days of the N64 - but that doesn't mean the creative juices at Nintendo aren't still flowing...

Or does it?

In a brand new trailer for the upcoming 3DS title Mario Tennis Open, we get our first glimpse at "Special Games", a mode clearly aimed to spice up the traditional swing-and-run formula. One game type worth noting, dubbed "Super Mario Tennis" features a pretty awesome retro-styled scrolling screen filled with blocks and Goombas that the player must target using his trusty racket. Another, rather conventional game type called "Ring Shot" has the player - you guessed it - racking up points by hitting the ball through magically appearing golden rings.

To see these game modes - and more! - in action, check out the video for yourself below.

Related Games:   Mario Tennis Open
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