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Platform: Nintendo 64
Genre: Sports
Release Date: September 25

Features:

  • Mario and friends challenge players to a friendly match of tennis.
  • Created by the same company behind 1999's smash hit, Mario Golf.
  • Join Mario and the gang as they serve up even more fun-filled sports action. Up to four players can enjoy practice sets, tournaments, challenge modes, and more.
  • Experience simple yet realistic play control-- mix your game up with long lobs, viscous-volleys, backhand blasts and varying degrees and styles of spin.
  • Unlock more than a dozen characters-- all with unique attributes of power, speed, spin, and control. Look for favorites from Mario's past, and even some new friends-- or enemies.
  • Developed by Camelot and published by Nintendo of America Inc.
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