Today is the day alot of Nintendo fans have either been excited for or could care less about. Mario Tennis Aces is available today, and I am really excited to jump in and see what this game has to offer. The adventure mode is where the main story of the game takes place. With out spoilers there are alot of different levels to sharpen your tennis skills on. The story mode isn’t a walk in the park either. There are plenty of levels I had to play multiple times to complete it. I am confident that people who are looking for more then online play will be satisfied with what this game has to offer.
I like most people had a horrific experience with the Mario Tennis Aces demo a few weeks back. I was ready to give up on the hope that online play would be any good. Nintendo has done alot of work to stabilize online play. I was playing on a connection that run’s 5-15 Mbps and the connection had around 15 people using it at one time. I did not have issues with any matches and was able to have smooth game play.
Game, Set, Match
Over all I am really happy with Mario Tennis Aces and I can’t wait to have lots of fun playing with everyone in online tournaments.
Nintendo Switch online revealed
Today Nintendo switch online was revealed. After much speculation Nintendo revealed a small glimpse of what there paid online service will bring.
The first major confirmation was the price coming in at $19.99 for a year what a steal of a deal. There was also another price point introduced along side of this one. Nintendo rolled out a family membership coming in at $34.99
NES classic games
Part of this paid service will includes classics NES games with a awesome twist. All of the NES games included in this service will be given online features. Some with co-op others with shared screens. There will also be player vs player action available as well. The best part will be is that you can play with or against your friends from the comfort of your home. The first ten games announced were.
• Donkey Kong™
• Mario Bros.™
• Super Mario Bros.™
• Balloon Fight™
• Ice Climber™
• Dr. Mario™
• The Legend of Zelda™
• Super Mario Bros.™ 3
There will be ten more titles announced at the launch of the service in September. There is one more thing, all of these NES classic games will be playable offline as well.
What are your thoughts of this paid let us know in the comment section below.
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