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Nintendo Announces Details for Mario Tennis Aces Pre-Launch Online Tournament Demo
16 May 2018, 03:13 | Casey Mitchell
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It looks like Luigi inadvertently unleashes some kind of evil on the Mushroom Kingdom that can only be combated with the power of Tennis. Throughout Adventure Mode, players will be able to hone their skills through varying missions and boss battles. Not only will Nintendo unveil Super Smash BrosSwitch for the first time, but it will also be hosting an invitational Smash Bros tournament featuring some big names in the competitive scene.
This is everything we want out of a Camelot Mario Tennis game. You'll be able to try Mario Tennis Aces for free before it launches. As they advance through the tournament stages, they'll earn points based on their performance, with five additional characters available to unlock in the demo by gaining enough points.
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Or if you're like me and don't wanna get whupped by some random digital "Roger Federer" or "Serena Williams" you can play it safe against a computer controlled opponent in offline singles play. This week, Nintendo revealed that it will run a Pre-Launch Online Tournament for the game from June 1st at 9 PM ET to June 3rd at 11:59 PM ET.
Nintendo'searly access beta titled the "Mario Tennis Tournament" will commence on Friday, June 1 at 8 AM PAC, 10 AM EAS, 3 PM UK and Midnight AEST.
There's a lot to look forward to with this new iteration of the Mario Tennis series, with plenty of new moves and lots of other reasons to come back to the sports franchise, even if you thought you'd seen all it had to offer. By participating in this limited-time demo event, players who purchase the full game will unlock the classic Mario outfit as a reward.
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