Mario Tennis Aces Pre-Launch Tournament Announced

Mario Tennis Aces Pre-Launch Tournament Announced

Mario Tennis Aces Pre-Launch Tournament Announced

Mario Tennis enthusiasts were treated to a mammoth sized update at today's Nintendo Direct presentation.

There will be a total of 15 characters at launch ranging from the titular Tennis player himself Mario to Peach to Bowser and more.

We learned a ton of new details about the upcoming Switch sports game, including when it'll release around: June 22. For almost two months, Switch and 3DS owners have been waiting for the other shoe to drop after an exciting Nintendo Direct Mini back in January, and today, the time has finally come. Besides the normal shots, Mario Tennis Aces introduces three new shots, an energy meter, and the ability to break your opponent's racket mid game. One thing we do know is that it has a release date sometime in 2018.

According to a thread on Resetera, a listing on the Japanese site Rakuten leaked screenshots and the box art for Mario Tennis Aces.

Mario Tennis Aces Pre-Launch Tournament Announced

Originally released for the Nintendo Wii U and ported to the 3DS, join Link and others as you fight your way through Hyrule to once again defeat Ganondorf. Featuring the very first story mode since the Game Boy Advance game, Mario Tennis Acesis a full-featured title that you can sink many hours into. There will also be online tournaments to compete against other players. The game was originally announced a year ago, and you can check out the teaser trailer below.

Finally, we have a single player expansion for Splatoon 2.

Okami HD will make a premiere with attractive cel-shaded graphics. There were plenty of announcements for both the 3DS and Nintendo Switch. The game will get a new single player expansion pack with 80 test facilities letting you play as an octoling known as Agent 8. The expansion will come in summer 2018 and can be pre-purchased today for $19.99.

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